Transportation Communications Newsletter
Monday, November 11, 2013 – ISSN 1529-1057
How Will Big Data Improve Transportation Planning & the Driver Experience?
Anyone can navigate traffic on a typical day, but who can recall a day that was free of collisions, unexpected delays, construction or events? INRIX XD™ Traffic provides a look at the next generation of urban mobility, a new system and new way of understanding traffic on a granular level with increased quality and coverage of the road network. This means traffic, incident, and alert data on ramps, primary and secondary arterials, and roads currently under served by existing technologies.
INRIX Webinar Nov 19, 2013
INRIX live-streaming panel discussion Nov 12, 2013
1) Richard Witkin, Longtime Aviation Reporter Dies
Link to article in The New York Times:
2) Gogo Eyes International Expansion, Calls Global In-Flight Broadband 'Untapped Market'
Link to column on ZDNet:
BICYCLES / PEDESTRIANS
3) Selling the Public on Biking, Political-Campaign Style
Link to blog on The Atlantic Cities:
4) CCTV Watch Makes Roads Safer in Kolkata, India
Link to article in The Times of India:
GPS / NAVIGATION
5) Galileo Satellites Put to the Test
Link to article in GPS World:
6) Getting on the WAVE of Road Safety
Link to commentary on Telematics Update:
7) New Street-Light System in Las Vegas Capable of Recording/Playing Video, Audio
Link to story on KSNV-TV:
TAXIS / RIDESHARING
8) Autorickshaws, Taxis May Soon Have GPS, GPRS in Mumbai
Link to DNA article:
9) A Dead End for WhichBus: Seattle Transit App Pulls Plug
Link to article on GeekWire:
10) New MBTA Smartphone App Adds Pizzazz to Mobile Arena
Link to article in The Boston Globe:
TRAVELER INFORMATION / TRANSPORTATION MANAGEMENT
11) Google Maps Real-Time Incident Reports Rolling Out to 46 New Countries Starting Today
Link to article on Android Authority:
12) Arizona Plans New I-10 Storm Monitors
Link to article in the Arizona Daily Star:
13) The Responder – November 2013
Link to newsletter from the Traffic Incident Management Network:
14) Florida Aims to Lead Driverless Car Revolution
Link to article in The Tampa Tribune:
Webinar & In-Person: Pre-Sandy Impact Modeling of Storm Surge – November 19 – Cambridge, Massachusetts
Today in Transportation History
1918 **95th anniversary** Germany signed an armistice with the Allies in a railroad car in France, bringing an end to World War I.
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