Transportation Communications Newsletter
Tuesday, March 17, 2015 – ISSN 1529-1057
Final Program Now Available for the ITS America Intelligent Freight Network Symposium
Join ITS America for our first Symposia Series event of 2015 as we head to Long Beach, Calif., March 26 and 27, and explore the smarter movement of goods in the 21st century by Advancing an Intelligent Freight Network. The California Department of Transportation (Caltrans), Port of Long Beach, Intelligent Transportation Society of California and Contra Costa Transportation Authority have partnered with ITS America to host this two-day event focused on advancing technology solutions to improve freight efficiency and highlighting the next generation of ITS solutions to address the changing demands in goods movement. The symposium will take place in our most unique location yet -- on board the historic Queen Mary. Special registration rates are available for ITS America members, public sector attendees and students and start as low as $40.00. Learn how you and your organization can get involved, check out the full program and register today at www.itsa.org/freightsymposium.
1) Airports Leverage Technology to Manage Irregular Operations
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2) Iowa DOT Orders Removal of City-Operated Traffic Cameras on State-Supervised Roads
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3) Two Broward County, Florida Judges Toss 24,000 Red-Light Camera Tickets
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4) Hanoi Adding More Traffic Cameras to Put Brake on Violations
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5) How Do the Technology Leaders at the Port of Portland Protect Sensitive Data?
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6) Braille Handbook of Traffic Signs Released in Qatar
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7) Florida DOT Gives OK to High-Tech Pilot to Control Traffic Signals Based on Real-Time Conditions
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8) Maryland Transit Authority's Intelligent Video-Surveillance System Increases Departmental Efficiency, Effectiveness
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9) Georgia DOT Rolls Out Smarter, Revamped Website for Travelers
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10) Ford Turns Back to Microsoft to Build Connected Car Services
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4) Airbiquity Presents First of Four-Part Webinar Series on Improving Consumer Connected Car Adoption
8) FMCSA Announces New Smartphone App Providing Safety Data on Interstate Commercial Truck and Bus Companies
9) Iteris Promotes Ramin Massoumi to Senior Vice President and General Manager of Transportation Systems Division
Webinar: Managing the Unexpected in Work Zones with Back of Queue Detection, Smart Work Integration and Performance Monitoring – March 24
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