Thursday, October 3, 2013

Thursday, October 3, 2013

Transportation Communications Newsletter

Thursday, October 3, 2013 – ISSN 1529-1057


1) ADS-B Coming Soon to Asian Airspace
Link to article in Aviation International News:


2) Nokia Maps Strategy for Mapping Business
Link to article on Dow Jones Newswires:


3) Texas DOT Goes After Toll Road Scofflaws by Threatening to Make Their Names Public
Link to story on KUHF Radio:


4) Israeli Regulators Review Google Acquisition of Waze
Link to AP article:


5) Minnesota Commuters Not Heeding High-Tech Speed-Limit Signs
Link to story on KARE-TV:


6) Using Social Media in the National Environmental Policy Act Process
Link to article in The Transit Wire:


7) Industry Leaders Discuss PTC Progress
Link to article in Railway Track and Structures:


8) UK's A14 to be First Internet-Connected Highway
Link to article in Computer Business Review:


9) Telematics and the Value of Big Data
Link to articles on Telematics Update:

10) Mack Trucks Launches GuardDog Connect Telematics System
Link to article in Transport Topics:


11) Bus Schedules Go Mobile in Grand Forks, North Dakota Area
Link to article in the Grand Forks Herald:


12) New Jersey Lawmakers, Port Authority Chief Demand Explanation of George Washington Bridge Ramp Closings
Link to article in The Star-Ledger:

13) 20 Months After Fatal I-75 Crash in Florida, Electronic Signs Still at Least a Year Away
Link to story on WUFT-TV:

14) UK 'White Space' Wireless Trial Will Include Traffic Information Services
Link to article on thefonecast:
Link to news release:


15) Hyundai Replaces Car Cigarette Lighters with USB Ports in South Korea
Link to article in the Financial Times:

16) The Evolution of Audio in the Automobile
Link to article in Radio Ink:

17) The Connected Car at a Crossroads: Why Consolidation is Critical for Long-Term Success
Link to blog from Microsoft:

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Today in Transportation History    
1913 **100th anniversary** The Port of Bremerton was incorporated in Washington State.

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