Thursday, March 13, 2014

Thursday, March 13, 2014

Transportation Communications Newsletter

Thursday, March 13, 2014 – ISSN 1529-1057

INRIX Expands Arterial Coverage and Accuracy – Learn about the Challenges & Benefits

We recently expanded our traffic flow data services to include 600,000 centerline miles of arterial coverage across the US.  In addition to real-time arterial flow data, historic data can be accessed via the INRIX Analytics platform, providing easy computation of key arterial performance measures.


1) Malaysian Officials Criticized for Lack of Information on Missing Jet
Link to story on ABC News:

2) FAA Says It Will Increase NextGen Funding in Fiscal 2015
Link to article in The Star-Ledger:

3) Congressman Urges 'Black Boxes' that Eject from Planes
Link to story on KSDK-TV:

4) Do Airports Need a Brand?
Link to article in Airport World:

5) United to Debut Personal In-Flight Entertainment for iOS Users
Link to story on Fox Business:

6) Gogo CEO on In-Flight Wireless
Link to interview on CNBC:


7) Toll Bills for Virginia's Jordan Bridge Confuse Motorists
Link to story on WAVY-TV:


8) Virginia DOT Spends Nearly $360,000 to Advertise Tolls
Link to story on WVEC-TV:


9) Wet, Blowing Snow Covers Some LED Traffic Signals
Link to story on CBS Chicago:

10) Idaho Brewery Owner Forced to Take Down Highway Directional Sign
Link to story on KTVB-TV:


11) Parents' Start-Up Fueled by Teen Driving
Link to article in USA Today:
Link to Truvolo:

12) Drink Coasters Show Phone App Designed to Deter DUIs in Georgia
Link to story on WSAV-TV:


13) New TV Ad Drives Traffic to SunRail Website
Link to article in The Daytona Beach News-Journal:
Link to commercial:

14) Ototo is a Beautiful Real-Time Public Transit App for You to Try
Link to article in Fast Company:


15) GM Staff, Media Flagged Ignition Fault Long Before Recall
Link to Bloomberg article:

16) Rear Cameras on Cars More Effective than Parking Sensors, Study Finds
Link to article in The Detroit News:

17) Coverage of automotiveIT Congress

News Releases

Upcoming Events
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Today in Transportation History    
1974 **40th anniversary** First flight lands at Paris Charles de Gaulle Airport.

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