Transportation Communications Newsletter
Wednesday, May 7, 2014 – ISSN 1529-1057
IBTTA Summit on AET, Managed Lanes & Interoperability
Full Program Online – Register Today!
Register and make your travel arrangements today for the IBTTA Summit on All-Electronic Tolling, Managed Lanes & Interoperability, July 20-22, 2014, at the Hilton San Diego Bayfront in San Diego, CA. This is IBTTA’s largest Summit and will focus on the latest developments in managed lane projects, the migration to AET, interoperability, customer demographic changes and related issues. Booth space is available. Visit www.IBTTA.org/sandiego for the full program, travel, hotel and other information. Register today!
1) NTSB Recommends FAA, National Weather Service Improve Weather Forecast to Pilots
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Link to news release
2) Illinois ACLU Raises Red Flag Over Chicago Traffic Cameras' View
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3) Big Google Maps Update Adds Uber Integration, Offline Maps, Navigation Tweaks
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4) Microsoft Launches Bing Venue Maps for Airports, Malls in India
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5) US Navy Tests Satellite Connection in the Arctic
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6) Brooklyn's Maritime Broadband is Giving Commercial Ships Internet Access
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7) Advanced Radar, Sensors and Electronic Signs to Prevent Road Pileups to Be Ready 'Within Months' in UAE
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8) Creating Smarter Work Zones
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9) Insurance Telematics Europe 2014: Day One
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10) Knoxville Area Transit Officials Reviewing Bids for Technology to Eliminate Guessing Bus Arrivals
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11) How is Social Media Making an Impact at Your Agency?
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12) Fidesmo Aims to Be the Only Card You Need for Public Transit (and Eventually, Anything Else)
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13) Nokia Plans to Invest $100 Billion in Intelligent Vehicle Technology
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14) Infrared Warning System Alerts Drivers of Pedestrian Danger
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Seawork Commercial Marine Exhibition & Forum – June 10-12 – Southampton, UK
Today in Transportation History
1864 **150th anniversary** The City of Adelaide, the oldest surviving clipper ship, was launched in Sunderland.
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