Transportation Communications Newsletter
Friday, April 24, 2015 – ISSN 1529-1057
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1) FAA SatNav News – Spring 2015
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2) Bill That Will Eliminate Traffic Cameras in Tennessee Passed
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3) Massachusetts Promising Change to E-ZPass Fine Violation System
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4) Port Fourchon, Louisiana's Maritime Domain System Provides Integrated Data
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5) Meet Japan's New Maritime Surveillance Plane
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6) Miami Summit Showcases Civic Tech Startups with Transportation a Focus
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PUBLIC INFORMATION / EDUCATION
7) Can US Agencies Balance Security and the Constitution?
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8) European Rail Signal Upgrade 'Could Be Hacked to Cause Crashes'
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9) New App Alerts Walnut Creek, California Drivers to Traffic Light Changes
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SAFETY / SECURITY
10) New Technology Could Better Detect Dangerous Materials at US Ports
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11) Hacking Hobart: KPMG Talks Cybersecurity in Wake of IS Airport Attack
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12) Wisconsin State Patrol Dispatch a Lifeline to Troopers
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13) Are Emergency Managers Making the Most of Mobile? (Industry Perspective)
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14) San Francisco Muni's Yellow Pole Markings at Transit Stops Will Be Replaced by Real Signs
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15) SMART Bus Launches Mobile App to Track Buses
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16) New Jersey Transit Installing Cameras on All Light Rail Trains in Response to Spate of Robberies
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TRAVELER INFORMATION / TRANSPORTATION MANAGEMENT
17) Intelligent Traffic Management System on Indian Expressway Fails to Put Brakes on Fatal Crashes
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18) CEO Reaffirms Renault-Nissan Roadmap for Autonomous Driving
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19) How Ford's Chief Became a Tech CEO
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1) Space Traffic Management and Small Satellites to Be Included in UN International Space Law Discussions
Usually a trip on an elevator simply brings you up or down. The lift to the new observation deck at the World Trade Center brings you through over 500 years of Lower Manhattan history in under a minute.
NOCoE/FHWA Webinar: Securing Transportation Systems – April 28
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