Transportation Communications Newsletter
Thursday, September 3, 2015 – ISSN 1529-1057
6th Summit on the Future of the Connected Vehicle – October 27
Connected Vehicle Professional Short Course – October 26th
On October 26-27, 2015, the Connected Vehicle Trade Association, with Event Sponsor the Michigan Department of Transportation will hold the 6th Summit on the Future of the Connected Vehicle (October 27th) and the 4 hour Connected Vehicle Professional Short Course (October 26th) at the Hyatt Place in Novi, Michigan.
The unique format provides 30 speakers 15 minutes to inform the audience what they see as challenges or opportunities in the next 18-24 months. No advertorials or sponsored keynotes – just executive insights from 17 different industry sectors building the future of the Connected Vehicle.
Pricing for the event is the same as last year: Non-Member $500 / Member or Speaker $400 / Government Rate $300.
The Connected Vehicle Professional (CVP) Credentialing Program is a comprehensive education and certification curriculum collaboratively launched between SAE International, Connected Vehicle Trade Association (CVTA) and Mobile Comply. CVTA and Mobile Comply have jointly created a highly selective four-hour program overview course only being offered in conjunction with CVTA’s 6th Summit on the Future of the Connected Vehicle.
Pricing for the CVP Short Course is $500 and seating is limited for both events.
For more information and to register visit
1) Airbus Chief Urges Action on US Air Traffic Control System Reform
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2) USDOT to Court: We Don't Have to Give Dallas Information It Seeks
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3) FAA Warns Traffic Avoidance Technology Will Be Disrupted Throughout September in Southeastern US Due to 'Military Activities'
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BICYCLES / PEDESTRIANS
4) Tech Gadgets for Cyclists Provide Directions, Theft Protection
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5) eTrans Group, Toll Consultant Fired by Kentucky and Indiana, Lodges 'Protest,' Claims States Meddled in Contract
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6) California DOT Will Test I-80 Smart Corridor Project in Berkeley
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7) Illinois Planning for 'Yesterday's Transportation System,' IDOT Chief Warns
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PUBLIC INFORMATION / EDUCATION
8) New Jersey Guards Information on Oil Trains in State
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9) Senators Want Better Communication with Railroads
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Link to commentary from Senators Franken and Baldwin in the Star Tribune
10) Conflicting Signs Continue to Confuse Drivers in DC
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11) FTA to Launch Expedited Public Transportation Improvement Initiative (XPEDITE)
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TRAVELER INFORMATION / TRANSPORTATION MANAGEMENT
12) Rival Accuses Google's Waze of Stealing Traffic Data
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Link to news release
13) EU Seeks Comments on EU-Wide Multimodal Travel Information Services
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14) Sony Not Ruling Out Entering Automotive Market
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15) Apple, Google Bring Smartphone Functions to Car Dashboards
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2) New York City DOT Launches 'Drive Smart' Initiative That Uses Technology Innovations to Help NYC Drivers Save Money, Save Time and Drive More Safely
7) Towers Watson and Cambridge Mobile Telematics Announce Worldwide Joint Service Offering for Usage-Based Auto Insurance Market
8) New York MTA Receives More Than $57 Million in Federal Grants to Improve Emergency Communications Systems in Subway Stations
- ITS Project Engineer – Kimley-Horn – Oakland, California
- ITS Civil Engineer in Training – Kimley-Horn – Oakland, California
- ITS Senior Project Manager – Kimley-Horn – Oakland, California
- T2 Director – University of Florida Transportation Institute – Gainesville, Florida
- Traffic Reporter – WCIV-TV – Charleston, South Carolina
T3 Webinar: Next Generation Traveler Information System – September 23
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