Transportation Communications Newsletter
Friday, August 2, 2013 – ISSN 1529-1057
1) Aerial Advertising Ban Under Study in Austin, Texas
Link to article from Aircraft Owners and Pilots Association:
2) Communication is Key as Air Traffic in Europe Estimated to Grow 50% by 2035
Link to article on Balkans.com:
3) Will Buying Airline Tickets Change to a 'Real-Time' Fare System?
Link to article in The Washington Post:
GPS / NAVIGATION
4) South Korea to Install eLoran to Counter North Korea GPS Jamming
Link to article in Aviation International News:
5) Radar Gun Spots Vehicles with Illegal GPS Jammers
Link to article in New Scientist:
6) New Smartphone App Shows the Ships Visiting Port of Tallinn
Link to article in The Baltic Course:
7) Computer Problems at New Jersey Port a Boon to Virginia
Link to article in the Daily Press:
PUBLIC INFORMATION / EDUCATION
8) South African Road Chiefs Halt Plan to Publicize Convicted Drunk Drivers
Link to article on IOL Motoring:
9) Trains Might Not Automate Controls by 2015, US Transportation Secretary Says
Link to article in USA Today:
10) Sign Battle Along California's Sacramento-San Joaquin River Delta Highway Intensifies
Link to article in The Reporter:
TAXIS / RIDESHARING
11) Ridesharing Apps an Option if BART Workers Strike
Link to story on KGO-TV:
12) How a Car Ridesharing Company Took Advantage of a Public Transport Strike
Link to article on Tnooz:
TRAVELER INFORMATION / TRANSPORTATION MANAGEMENT
13) Inside Los Angeles' Quest to Fix the Nation's Most Congested City
Link to article in Governing:
14) Vehicles' Technology Out of Sync with Drivers' Devices
Link to article from the Los Angeles Times:
3) As Tolling Moves Towards Nationwide Interoperability, Industry Celebrates the 20th Anniversary of E-ZPass on August 3rd
6) New Communications Facilities to Enhance Cell Coverage, Emergency Services in Colorado's Glenwood Canyon
On which page of the MUTCD would I find this sign?
IEEE/SAE CyberSecurity for the Transportation Industry – September 23 – Montreal
Today in Transportation History
1913 **100th anniversary** Ferenc Pfaff, an architect who designed rail stations for the Hungarian Railways, was born in Mohács, Hungary.
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