Monday, October 14, 2013

Monday, October 14, 2013

Transportation Communications Newsletter

Monday, October 14, 2013 – ISSN 1529-1057


1) EU Transport Ministers Extend SESAR Mandate
Link to article in Air Traffic Management:

2) US Airport Wi-Fi Networks; Who Soars? Who Fails to Take Flight?
Link to article in Government Technology:


3) Semis, Others with No Rear Plates Can Avoid Iowa Traffic Camera Tickets
Link to article in The Gazette:


4) St. Petersburg, Florida Police Try GPS System to Reduce High-Speed Chases
Link to story on WTSP-TV:


5) Iowa State Awarded $5.2 Million Grant to Establish Midwest Transportation Center
Link to article in The Des Moines Register:

6) Philippine Transit App Challenge Finalists to Demonstrate Efforts
Link to article from the Philippine Information Agency:

7) Enhanced Communications Are Turbo Boosting Formula One Race Teams
Link to article on TechWeekEurope:

8) Traffic Technology International - October/November 2013
Link to magazine:


9) Can Technology Help in Battle Against Distracted Driving?
Link to article in The Dallas Morning News:

10) Researchers at Carnegie Mellon University Improve Transportation Safety
Link to article in The Tartan:


11) How Montreal Transport Skirted Privacy Laws
Link to blog on iTnews:


12) New Online Service Tells Glasgow Drivers When Roads Have Been Gritted
Link to article in the Evening Times:

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