Tuesday, April 22, 2014

Tuesday, April 22, 2014

Transportation Communications Newsletter

Tuesday, April 22, 2014 – ISSN 1529-1057

REGISTER NOW for the 2014 ITS World Congress     

Registration has officially opened for the 2014 ITS World Congress, and there is only one week left in our April Registration Giveaway! Sign up by April 30 for your chance to win $500 in airfare. See our site for full details. 

Join ITS America and 10,000 other transportation professionals in Detroit, Michigan, September 7-11 for the ITS World Congress. This year’s event will feature upwards of 300,000 sq. ft. of exhibitions, nearly 700 acres of   transportation technology demonstrations from 30 different companies, more than 250 riveting programmatic panels, roundtables, and interactive town hall sessions, as well as numerous networking and social events with the industry’s elite throughout the week. Learn more by visiting www.itsworldcongress.org.


1) GPS May Not Keep Pace with I-49 Name Change, App Developer Says
Link to story on KHBS/KHOG-TV:


2) Boston Launches Public Awareness Campaign Against 'Upskirting'
Link to article in PRWeek:

3) Social Media Security and the Transportation Communicator
Link to Talking Transportation blog:


4) Two-Way Rail Technology for Rail Applications
Link to article in Progressive Railroading:


5) FTC Backs Driver Apps in Chicago
Link to article in The Hill:


6) London Transport Poised for Payments By Smartphone
Link to article in the Financial Times:


7) The Future of V2V
Link to articles on Telematics Update:

News Releases

Upcoming Events
ITS Virginia Annual Conference & Exposition – June 5-6 – Richmond, Virginia

Today in Transportation History    
1964 **50th anniversary** The New York World's Fair opened. Transportation had a prominent place at the fair.

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