Friday, February 20, 2015

Friday, February 20, 2015

Transportation Communications Newsletter

Friday, February 20, 2015 – ISSN 1529-1057

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1) Utah Mapping Partnership Aims to Build Live Data-Sharing Framework
Link to article in Government Technology:
Link to news release


2) Some Boston Pay-by-Plate Drivers Face Massive Bills
Link to story on WBZ-TV:


3) Articles from Transportation Management + Engineering
 -  ITS Industry Renews Dedication to Connected Environments
 -  In 2014, the ITS Industry's Vision in Many Ways Became Reality
 -  NWX App Mitigates Public Impact of Northwest Extension Project in Arizona


4) Technology Will Bring 'New Array of Opportunities' to EU Transport Sector
Link to article in The Parliament Magazine:


5) How to Define and Engage Your Stakeholders
Link to article in Parking Today:


6) North Carolina Joins States Fielding Live Traffic Safety Apps
Link to article in GCN:


7) São Paulo City Government Trials Big Data to Improve Public Transport
Link to article on ZDNet:

8) 'Living Lab' for Transit Innovation Opens in Santa Clara, California
Link to article in Government Technology:


9) Study: Car Buyers Don't Look to Social Media for Info
Link to article in The Detroit News:

10) Will Modern Truck Technology Create a Market for Simpler, More Affordable Trucks?
Link to article in Commercial Carrier Journal:

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