Transportation Communications Newsletter
Tuesday, April 21, 2015 – ISSN 1529-1057
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1) How Crew Applications Will Make Wearables Worthwhile in Aviation
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2) Hong Kong Judge: Sign Too Confusing, Bicycle-Riding Activist Cleared
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3) ITS America Welcomes House Interest in 5 GHz Spectrum
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4) Port of Longview, Washington Launches New Brand
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5) When Smart Cities Talk: Urban Machine Chatter Trends Around the World
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6) British Drivers Stuck in First Gear Over Telematics
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7) GM's OnStar Europe 'Gamechanger'
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8) Judge Orders New York MTA to Run 'Killing Jews' Ad
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9) Moovit Updates on Android with Faster Navigation and Accurate Arrival Times
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Link to news release
10) Singapore LTA Extends Collaboration with Microsoft for Advanced Urban Transport Solutions
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2) Innovative State DOT Programs Help Communities Become More Livable and Transportation Systems More Sustainable
- Call for Papers – Rail Technology Conferences, Paris 2015
Webinar: USDOT Decision Support Systems for Integrated Corridor Management – April 23
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