Thursday, October 30, 2014

Thursday, October 30, 2014

Transportation Communications Newsletter

Thursday, October 30, 2014 – ISSN 1529-1057


1) Seattle DOT's 'Hilarious' Video Promotes Second Avenue Bike Lane and Rules


2) Japan Offers to Assist India on ITS
Link to article in The Economic Times:

3) IEEE ITS Society Newsletter – October 2014
Link to newsletter:


4) US Embassy: American Firms Keen to be Partners in Building Smart Cities in India
Link to article in The Economic Times:

5) Chevrolet Turns World Series Hiccup Into Home Run
Link to story on Fox Business:
Link to video

6) How the Cloud is Boosting Global Travel and Trade
Link to blog from IBM:


7) Air Marshall Whistleblower Gets High Court Hearing Over Leaks to Media
Link to story on CNN:

8) AAA Goes Back to Court in Bid to Get Port Authority of New York & New Jersey Documents Related to 2011 Toll Increases
Link to AP article:


9) Digital Highway Signs in Ottawa Likely to be Operational by Mid-November After Oversight Issue Resolved
Link to story on CFRA Radio:


10) New Signs in Downtown St. Louis Aim to Prevent Drunken Driving
Link to story on KWMU Radio:

11) US Forest Service Video, 'Avoiding Wildlife-Vehicle Collisions' Wins Telly Award
Link to video:


12) Arizona DOT, DPS Partner to Reduce Crashes, Congestion on Freeways
Link to article in The Arizona Republic:

13) Traffic Fix: Technology, Parking or Money? No Consensus in Washington State
Link to story on KING-TV:


14) Execs Pitch FCC on Connected Cars
Link to article in The Hill:

15) Sweden's Self-Driving Cars for Sustainable Mobility
Link to article in EE Times:

16) Heads in the Cloud with BMW's Latest Innovations
Link to article in The National:

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