Transportation Communications Newsletter
Friday, July 18, 2014 – ISSN 1529-1057
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BICYCLES / PEDESTRIANS
1) Google Maps for Mobile Now Helps Bikers Avoid Steep Hills
Link to article on Engadget:
2) Faulty Chicago Red-Light Cameras Produced Thousands of Bogus Traffic Tickets
Link to article on Ars Technica:
GPS / NAVIGATION
3) Senate Spending Bill Directs US Air Force to Develop Alternative GPS Payload
Link to article on SpaceNews:
4) Survey Marker Has Been on the Job for 80 Years
Link to column in the Tallahassee Democrat:
PUBLIC INFORMATION / EDUCATION
5) New York State Thruway Authority Refusing to Release Records
Link to story on WIVB-TV:
6) Maryland Transit Administration to Offer Tracking of Buses via Smartphone
Link to article in The Baltimore Sun:
Link to news release
TRAVELER INFORMATION / TRANSPORTATION MANAGEMENT
7) Roads in Newcastle, UK to Get Smart
Link to article in the Evening Chronicle:
8) Volkswagen Sets Sights on Apple-Like Updates with New Speed Team
Link to Bloomberg article:
9) Technology Will Heavily Influence Vehicle Choice by Fleet Industry
Link to article in Fleet News:
10) Consumers Appear Uncertain About Connected Cars
Link to article in The New York Times:
11) The Connected Car Takes Its Place
Link to article in Radio World:
2) Clear Channel Outdoor Demonstrates Real-Time Photo-Sharing, Digital Media Technologies at Boston South Station
I've heard of wanting to keep parking spaces fluid, but this may be going too far.
- Call for Applications – Select Members of Platform for Deployment of C-ITS in the EU – European Commission
US DOT ITS Transit Workshop – August 26 – Branson, Missouri
Today in Transportation History
1904 **110th anniversary** The Rahway Valley Railroad was chartered to run between New Orange (Kenilworth) and Summit, New Jersey.
1914 **100th anniversary** The Aviation Section, Signal Corps was created within the US Army.
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