Monday, December 16, 2013

Monday, December 16, 2013

Transportation Communications Newsletter

Monday, December 16, 2013 – ISSN 1529-1057


1) Airports Are Most Frequently Checked Into US Places on Foursquare
Link to article on Skift:

2) Northrop Grumman Reinvents Satellite Communications for Aircraft
Link to article in Air Traffic Management:


3) French GPS Service Coyote to Take Waze to Court Over 'Unfair Competition'
Link to blog on Rude Baguette:
Link to article in Les Echos: (in French)


4) ITS Institute Sensor – Fall 2013
Link to newsletter from the University of Minnesota:


5) The Shipping Forecast: From Britain's Seas Into Its Soul
Link to story on NPR's All Things Considered
Link to the Shipping Forecast:


6) Audit: West Virginia DMV Needs More Online Services
Link to AP article:

7) E-Transactions and SMS to Be Introduced in Jammu and Kashmir Transport Department
Link to article on Greater Kashmir:


8) Louisiana State University Studies Cellphone Use While Driving
Link to article in The Advocate:


9) An App to Cut Short the Long Wait at the Bus Stop in Bangalore
Link to article in The New Indian Express:

10) Reaching Riders: New Jersey Transit Hopes to Extend South Jersey Rail Use
Link to article in The Press of Atlantic City:


11) South Florida Traffic May Soon Be Run By a Wireless Command Center that Communicates with Cars
Link to article from the Sun Sentinel:

12) Real-Time Traffic Updates Planned in Davao, Philippines
Link to article on Minda News:

13) Moscow and Mumbai Seek 'Magical Formula' to Tackle Traffic Jams
Link to article on Russia & India Report:

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Today in Transportation History    
1773 **240th anniversary** Protestors boarded ships in Boston Harbor to throw their cargo of tea overboard in what came to be known as the Boston Tea Party.

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