Transportation Communications Newsletter
Wednesday, June 11, 2014 – ISSN 1529-1057
HERE selected by I-95 Corridor Coalition for Real-time Traffic Services
The I-95 Corridor Coalition announced that they have selected HERE as one of their preferred providers of real-time traffic services. HERE provides probe-based speed and travel time data, Cloud-based HERE Platform APIs, and the Iteris iPEMs performance measurement system. The states will be able to use real-time traffic information and analytical tools to help monitor traffic and analyze travel conditions across the roadways.
HERE looks forward to working with states to enhance operations and provide valuable traveler information to facilitate the movement of people and goods along this corridor and throughout the nation. Please contact HERE for a demonstration of these services.
1) JetBlue Divests LiveTV Unit to Thales Group
Link to article from Zacks Equity Research:
Link to news release
2) Low-Cost Carriers Playing Important Role in Driving Onboard Passenger Experience Improvements
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3) Airport Response to Special Events
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4) Ohio Supreme Court Justices Question, Spar with Attorneys in Traffic Camera Case
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5) US House Votes to Ban Purchase of License-Plate Cameras with Federal Funds
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6) New York City DOT Updates Vision Zero Interactive Map
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7) Google Buys Satellite Company for Maps, Internet Access
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8) Australian Tolling Industry Debates Tag Replacement
Link to article in ITS International:
GPS / NAVIGATION
9) Enormous Solar Flares Could Affect GPS and Other Signals
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10) Australian Woman Who Gives Directions to 100 Million People Had No Idea She Was Famous Until Friend Recognized Her on GPS
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11) New Marketing Team Designed as Integral Part of Port of Gulfport's Reformation
Link to article in The Journal of South Mississippi Business:
12) Indian Metros, Airports and Entertainment Centers Fast Becoming Marketing Hubs
Link to article in The Economic Times:
13) Can We Trust Smart Cities?
Link to article in Government Technology:
PUBLIC INFORMATION / EDUCATION
14) Yellow Shirt Volunteers Educating Denver Walkers
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15) Researchers Testing Sensors Powered by Passing Vehicles
Link to article in Engineering News-Record:
TAXIS / RIDESHARING
16) European Taxi Drivers Stage Uber Protests
Link to article in USA Today:
TRAFFIC INCIDENT MANAGEMENT
17) Pennsylvania Senate Transportation Committee Hears Testimony on Crash Responses
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18) What Will Boston's New, High-Tech Bus Service Bridj Mean for Public Transit?
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19) World Cup Updates on London Tube
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TRAVELER INFORMATION / TRANSPORTATION MANAGEMENT
20) VicRoads to Reassess Victorian Traffic Using IT Systems
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21) VDOT Website Provides Info on Virginia Road Projects
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4) Operation Lifesaver Awards $200,000 for Rail Safety Public Education and Awareness Campaigns in 21 States
Smart Airports – October 15-17 – Beijing
Today in Transportation History
1944 **70th anniversary** The USS Missouri, the last battleship built for the US Navy, was commissioned.
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