Wednesday, March 24, 2010 – ISSN 1529-1057
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1) Yellow-Lights Shorter at Chicago Red-Light Camera Intersections
Link to article on Chicago Breaking News:
GPS / NAVIGATION
2) GPS Data from New York City Cabs Provides Detailed Picture of Traffic
Link to article in The New York Times:
3) Penn Station Baltimore Announcer Replaced by Digital Voice
Link to story and video on WJZ-TV:
4) In Memoriam: Norfolk Southern Logo, ‘Thoroughbred’ Brand Architect H. Pier Clifford
Link to article in Progressive Railroading:
5) Mars Rover Gets Smarter with Age …and Software
Link to CNET News article:
6) EU Shows Off ‘Talking Car’ Technology
Link to article on just-auto:
7) GM’s Car of the Future
Electric-powered vehicle uses GPS and vehicle-to-vehicle communications to determine best route.
Link to article in Forbes:
8) Mobility 2.0 Live at Cooperative Mobility Showcase 2010
Link to article and video from ERTICO-ITS Europe:
– Invitation to Negotiate – Video Aggregation Subsystem Phase II – Florida Department of Transportation
TRB Webinar: New Managed Lane Provisions in the 2009 Manual on Uniform Traffic Control Devices (MUTCD) – April 1
Today in Transportation History
1910 **110th anniversary** – Ground was formally broken for construction of a subway tunnel connecting Manhattan and Brooklyn.
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