Thursday, December 12, 2013

Thursday, December 12, 2013

Transportation Communications Newsletter

Thursday, December 12, 2013 – ISSN 1529-1057


1) FCC Chairman to Congress: Calls on Planes Up to Each Airline
Link to AP article:
Link to FCC statements:
Link to statement from US DOT Secretary:

2) Aviation Engineers Target Better Data, Safety
Link to article in the Redstone Rocket:


3) Capital Bikeshare Hackers Pedal Their Wares at Mobility Lab
Link to blog from Mobility Lab:


4) Beautiful Isometric Transit Maps from Japan
Link to blog on Treehugger:


5) FCC Chairman Tells Congress Agency Won't Allow Additional Wi-Fi if It Interferes with ITS
Link to article on Multichannel News:

6) Hyundai Engineering and Construction Develops Advanced Road Weather, Traffic Info System
Link to Yonhap article:


7) No Fear, NOAA Paper Nautical Charts Still Will Be Produced
Link to article on MarineLink:


8) Boston Society of Architects Hosting Series of Transportation Forums
Link to article in the Boston Business Journal:


9) Road Sign Reflectors Turn Blue When Temperatures Drop Below Freezing
Link to story on KLEW-TV:


10) Content and Apps for Automotive USA 2013: Day One
ink to article on Telematics Update:


11) New York MTA Tests Systems to Save Fallen Straphangers from Subway Trains
Link to article in the Daily News:

12) 11 NJ Transit Stations to Get Wi-Fi By Middle of January
Link to article in The Star-Ledger:

13) Final Components of Schuylkill Transportation System ITS Project Installed
Link to article in the Republican Herald:

News Releases

Upcoming Events
Public Meeting Seeking Stakeholder Input to FHWA's Intelligent Network Flow Optimization – December 18 – Romulus, Michigan

Today in Transportation History    
1988 **25th anniversary** Three commuter trains collided in south London killing 35 people.

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