Tuesday, January 28, 2020

Tuesday, January 28, 2020

Transportation Communications Newsletter

Tuesday, January 28, 2020 - Cranford, New Jersey



AVIATION

1) UN Aviation Agency Blocks Critics Of Taiwan Policy On Twitter

2) High-Tech US Air Force Communications Aircraft Crashes In Afghanistan

3) Delta Fined $50,000 for Discriminating Against Muslim Passengers; Civil Rights Training Ordered

4) Tests Of Israeli Anti-Drone Solution At International Airports Succeed

BICYCLES / PEDESTRIANS / SCOOTERS

5) Lime Uses Sensor Data To Keep Scooters Off Sidewalks

GPS / NAVIGATION

6) GLONASS Company To Build 27 More Satellites

INTELLIGENT TRANSPORTATION SYSTEMS

7) Egypt’s Building A New Capital: Inside The Smart City In The Desert

8) ERTICO Newsletter - January 28, 2020

MARITIME

9) Profiles In Training: Staten Island Ferries

10) This is How A Wave Sensor Adds Ship Strike Alerts

MOBILITY

11) INIT Mobility App Assists Visual, Hearing And Mobility Impaired Riders

OTHER

12) FCC Says 3.5 GHz Services Are Good To Go

PUBLIC INFORMATION / EDUCATION / INVOLVEMENT

13) Traffic Training Institute Opened In Jagtial, India

SAFETY / SECURITY

14) Kodak Warns Users: New CT Scanners At Airports Will Ruin Your Film

15) Rhode Island Bill Would Exempt Some Officials From Tinted Window Restrictions

TELEMATICS

16) Audi Spreads Its Traffic Light Information Service

TRANSIT

17) New York MTA Demonstrates New Signaling Technology Pilot On The Flushing Line

18) The ‘T’ In Bangalore’s BMTC Stands For Tech

19) Leslie Richards, SEPTA General Manager: Leadership And The Link Between Community And Transportation

TRAVELER INFORMATION / TRANSPORTATION MANAGEMENT

20) As Commute Times Grow, Engineers Turning To Technology To Keep Omaha-Area Traffic Moving Efficiently

21) Active Demand Management Capability Maturity Framework (CMF) Tool

VEHICLES

22) Rhode Island’s Autonomous Car Shows Promise For Nation’s Future


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Solicitation


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Monday, January 27, 2020

Monday, January 27, 2020

Transportation Communications Newsletter

Monday, January 27, 2020 - Cranford, New Jersey



AVIATION

1) How IoT-Driven Solutions Optimize Airport Operations

2) Has British Airways Lost Its Digital Plot?

CARTOGRAPHY

3) Venice, Florida Opens City Mapping Data Hub For Public Use

GPS / NAVIGATION

4) ESA’s Galileo Satnav System Can Now Reply To SOS Signals

INTELLIGENT TRANSPORTATION SYSTEMS

5) Buffalo, Western New York Taking Baby Steps Into The ‘Smart City’ Movement

6) Autonomous Driving At CES 2020

OTHER

7) Vermont Weighs Emoji License Plates

ROADWAYS

8) UK's Smart Motorways To Be Reviewed After Huge Rise In Near-Misses
Report on BBC’s Panorama (only available in UK)

9) Mapping Potholes By Phone

10) No Female Figures On Traffic Signs In The Netherlands

SAFETY / SECURITY

11) Tampa Bay Bus Agencies Struggle To Keep Track In Wake Of Driver Attacks

12) In-Car Technology Better At Keeping Older Drivers Safer On Roads Than Mass Retesting, UK Study Suggests

13) Collision-Warning System Being Tested On Buses In India

14) California Bolsters Communication Network Before Fire Season

TELEMATICS

15) Mercedes Brings Older Models To The Connected World

TRANSIT

16) NJ Transit’s Customer Advocate Looks To Improve Communications Between Agency And Its Riders

17) ATRA Pulse - January 2020

18) Data Sharing Guidance For Public Transit Agencies – Now And In The Future

VEHICLES

19) The Self-Driving Car Revolution


News Releases


Solicitation


Upcoming Events

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Friday, January 24, 2020

Friday, January 24, 2020

Transportation Communications Newsletter

Friday, January 24, 2020 - Cranford, New Jersey



AVIATION

1) Centers For Disease Control Posting Warnings About Coronavirus At 14 Airports Across US

2) How Tracking And Analyzing Passenger Movements Could Deliver Reduced Wait Times, Less Crowding And A Better Traveler Experience

3) Multistakeholder Mobilization To Reinforce Cyber Resilience In Global Aviation

BICYCLES / PEDESTRIANS / SCOOTERS

4) Scooter App Wars Begin, And Lime Isn’t Happy About It

CAMERAS

5) I-77 Cameras Being Installed In North Carolina To Detect Toll-Lane Cheats

FREIGHT

6) Transportation Technology Takes Center Stage On Last Day Of NITL Summit

GPS / NAVIGATION

7) MIT’s New GPS Uses Satellite Images To Put You In The Right Lane

8) How India’s Homegrown GPS Will Work With Phones

9) EU Reserves Four Ariane 6 Rockets For Galileo Navigation Satellites

10) Phiar Launches AI-Powered AR Navigation App In Invite-Only iPhone Beta

OTHER

11) Wisconsin DOT Says You Can Benefit From Its New Crash Reporting System

SAFETY / SECURITY

12) Metro Used DC’s Outdated Emergency Number For Years

TELEMATICS

13) Harman Aims To Be 5G Connectivity Leader

TRANSIT

14) Robot Police Coming To Houston Transit Center, Rail Platform, Park And Ride Lot

15) Monica Lam Keeps PATH On Track From System’s Control Center

VEHICLES

16) Uber Bringing Its Self-Driving Cars To Washington, DC

17) New Haven Drive For Autonomous Vehicles Moves Forward

18) Setting the Scene For CAV Testing


Friday Bonus


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Thursday, January 23, 2020

Thursday, January 23, 2020

Transportation Communications Newsletter

Thursday, January 23, 2020 - Cranford, New Jersey



AVIATION

1) Changes To Sea-Tac International Airport Branding Causing Concerns In Tacoma

2) What Smart Airports Will Be Like: 5G, Sensor Corridors For Fuss-Free Security And Much More

3) Qantas Wants Its Smartphone App To Help You Beat Jet Lag

CARTOGRAPHY

4) Waymo To Begin Mapping Texas, New Mexico In Preparation For Testing Of Self-Driving Big Rigs

5) Using AI To Enrich Digital Maps

ELECTRONIC TOLLING

6) SunPass Collections On Overdue Balances Expected To Resume Soon

INTELLIGENT TRANSPORTATION SYSTEMS

7) Delaware DOT Secretary Discusses Her Role As Chair Of ITS America

8) Making ITS Connections Requires Leadership

9) Smart Transportation Dispatch - January 23, 2020

OTHER

10) Indiana School District Sees Benefits In Having Wi-Fi On Buses

11) Weather Responsive Management Strategies, Ohio DOT Crowdsourcing Workshop Builds Partnerships Across Agencies

PUBLIC INFORMATION / EDUCATION / INVOLVEMENT

12) San Ramon Valley, California Teens Face Off To Create PSA For Traffic Safety

RAILROADS

13) New Tech-Enabled Trains Are Putting Passengers In Control

SAFETY / SECURITY

14) US Customs And Border Protection Pilot Collects Data On Small International Packages

SPACE

15) Can Space Traffic Control Handle The Volume Of Private Launches?

TRANSIT

16) Six-Month Old On-Demand Transit System In Birmingham, Alabama Proving Popular

17) Minnesota’s Metro Transit Aims To Make NexTrip More Reliable

18) App Helps People With Cognitive Disabilities Ride Columbus Public Transit

19) New PATH Signal System Blamed For Delays

TRAVELER INFORMATION / TRANSPORTATION MANAGEMENT

20) Arkansas DOT Partners With City Of Conway To Provide Local Real-Time Road Conditions

VEHICLES

21) US House Transportation Committee Criticizes FCC Effort To Open Up 5.9 GHz Spectrum

22) VW Establishes First Tech Innovation Hub In North America

23) American Center For Mobility: Inside The Playground For Autonomous, Electric Vehicles


News Releases


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The Transportation Communications Newsletter (ISSN 1529-1057) is published electronically Monday through Friday.   For a free subscription or to unsubscribe, or for comments or questions, please contact me at bernie@transportationradio.com. Follow me on Twitter @TransportComm.  
© 2020 Bernie Wagenblast Communications, LLC www.TransportationRadio.com  1 Aberdeen Ct., Cranford, NJ 07016