Monday, March 24, 2014

Monday, March 24, 2014

Transportation Communications Newsletter

Monday, March 24, 2014 – ISSN 1529-1057

Qvision Technology Seeking Director of North America Sales & Marketing

Qvision software is a patent-pending technology with a large market niche. It is the most cost-effective way to show video of changing conditions to large numbers of users at once without the cost and headaches of streaming. A vast array of markets worldwide need to share video online. Qvision is not a repackaged solution to that longstanding problem; it is a brand new technology that fills a huge void across a wide range of industries and is especially interesting to the ITS sector.  

This position will appeal to the successful professional who desires to be part of the next generation technology in video capture and delivery, working alongside a highly skilled team in a ground floor situation with company ownership potential. It is an outstanding opportunity for an experienced, successful transportation industry insider to manage and grow our North American sales/marketing push. For more information, visit:


1) Bicycle and Pedestrian Counters Coming to Philadelphia-Area Trails
Link to article on PlanPhilly:


2) US Customs and Border Protection's Cargo Data System Takes Next Step
Link to article in FCW:


3) Digital Cities, Smarter Transportation – Conference Highlights
Link to article on Streetsblog LA:


4) New York State Transportation Commissioner on How to Make the Case for Infrastructure
Link to article on Capital:

5) Port Authority of New York & New Jersey Moves Toward Transparency with Public Roll Call
Link to article in The New York Times:


6) Why is an Indiana Road Sign in Western Michigan?
Link to article in the Pantagraph:


7) 'Cyber' Cargo Crime Called Growing Threat
Link to article in The Journal of Commerce:


8) Smartphone App to Track Public Transport Woes in Australia
Link to article in The Australian:

9) New York Assembly Passes Bill Requiring MTA to Post Oath Pledging Friendliness and Accurate Information
Link to article in the Daily News:

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1989 **25th anniversary** The Exxon Valdez ran aground in Prince William Sound, Alaska and caused the largest oil spill in US history.

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