Tuesday, January 28, 2014

Tuesday, January 28, 2014

Transportation Communications Newsletter

Tuesday, January 28, 2014 – ISSN 1529-1057


1) Glasses-Free 3D Display to Be Trialed at London Heathrow Security Checkpoints
Link to article in Airport World:

2) FAA Safety Briefing: New Technology in Aviation – January/February 2014
Link to magazine:


3) This Map Wants to Change How You Think About Your Commute
Link to blog on The Atlantic Cities:


4) Letter to Stakeholders from US DOT ITS JPO Director Ken Leonard
Link to letter:

5) IEEE ITS Society Newsletter – January 2014
Link to newsletter:


6) Virginia Tolls Commercial Sparks Negative Feedback
Link to story on WAVY-TV:

7) Transportation's Best of 2013: Communicating with the Public
Link to Talking Transportation blog:


8) Japan's Drivers Must Obey Creepy Traffic Robots
Link to article on The Atlantic Cities:


9) Arkansas Rolls Out Highway-Safety Campaign
Link to article in the Arkansas Democrat-Gazette:


10) London Transport's Ban on Anti-Gay Ad Put in Doubt by Court of Appeal
Link to article in The Guardian:

11) What San Francisco's Muni System Would Look Like with a Facelift
Link to article in Fast Company:

12) CT Transit Should Move Quickly to Create App for Tracking Buses
Link to editorial in the Hartford Courant:


13) Traffic Police in Sindh, Pakistan Launch Radio Station
Link to article in The Express Tribune:


14) The Biggest Hurdle for Self-Driving Cars: Congress
Link to article in the National Journal:

15) GM Too Focused on Infotainment at Expense of Driving, Admits Exec
Link to article on CarAdvice:

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