Wednesday, March 25, 2015

Wednesday, March 25, 2015

Transportation Communications Newsletter

Wednesday, March 25, 2015 – ISSN 1529-1057

Mitsubishi Electric Visual and Imaging Systems

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1) Congress Considers Privatizing the Air Traffic Control System
Link to article in The Washington Post:


2) Tampa Bay-Area Cyclists Mounting Cameras on Bikes for Their Protection
Link to story on Bay News 9:

3) Atkins Working on System to Create User-Friendly Environments for Cyclists and Pedestrians in Middle East
Link to article in Construction Week:


4) German Government Paves Way for Passenger Car Tolling
Link to article on EurActiv:


5) GPS Satellite Launched from Cape Canaveral
Link to story on Bay News 9:


6) Smart Tech Applied to Manage Vietnam Expressway
Link to article on VietNamNet Bridge:


7) Parkopedia CEO: 'Location-Based Marketing Initiatives Are on the Rise'
Link to interview on GPS Business News:


8) Communications Key to Avoiding Deadly Train, Truck Crashes, Experts Say
Link to AP article:

9) Washington State Fire Chiefs Demand Oil Train Disaster Plans from BNSF Railway
Link to blog on seattlepi:


10) Video Study Shows Distracted Teenage Drivers Much Worse than Thought
Link to story on KIRO-TV:
Link to news release


11) Fleet Operators Overwhelmed by Telematics Data
Link to article on ITWeb:


12) Albuquerque Rapid Transit Considers Sponsorship Not Only of Stations But Whole Line
Link to story on KRQE-TV:

13) Three Advances in Transit Technology
Link to article in Digital Communities:

14) Talking Public Transportation: Mobility Lab Asks 'Where Are We Headed?'
Link to Talking Transportation blog:

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