Transportation Communications Newsletter
Thursday, July 3, 2014 – ISSN 1529-1057
Getting ready to celebrate Independence Day? Well get ready for the ITS 3C Summit too! The Gulf Region ITS, ITS Florida, and ITS Georgia state chapters have joined together to proudly host the ITS3C Summit meeting September 14-17 in Mobile, Alabama. The highly anticipated premier regional meeting is projected to bring together over 700 transportation industry professionals, local and state officials, engineers, planners, and emergency management personnel from across the southeast. The program will feature informative technical sessions, challenging discussions, advanced training, technical tours, an innovative technology showcase and, of course, some networking and social events you don’t want to miss! DOT directors from across the southeast will gather for a DOT CEO roundtable to discuss important industry topics and share their state’s respective experiences. Stay up to date with ITS 3C Summit happenings on the event website www.its3csummit.com.
Register Today! Event early bird rates, discounted hotel rates and exhibitor opportunities expire at the end of the month! Check out the website for the latest news and event updates. Wishing you and your family a Happy 4th of July! See you in Mobile!
1) IATA: ‘Europe Must Push Through Air Traffic Reforms’
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2) New York Thruway Stalls Release of Emails on Tappan Zee Bridge Barge Crash
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3) Oregon’s Cost to Disclose Oil Train Routes? $218.75. In Washington State: Free
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4) ‘Opal Man’ Campaign Pushes Public Transport Card in Sydney
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5) Train Hopping in the Digital Age
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6) Will Bridj Reinvent Public Transit?
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Talking Freight Seminar: Freight Advanced Traveler Information System - Report on the Initial Metropolitan Area Deployments - July 18
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