Monday, May 26, 2014

Monday, May 26, 2014

Transportation Communications Newsletter

Monday, May 26, 2014 – ISSN 1529-1057


1) International Civil Aviation Organization: Costs Won't Deter Airlines from Real-Time Tracking
Link to AFP article:

2) Looking for a Restaurant at the Airport? Try Tweeting About It.
Link to article in the Houston Chronicle:


3) Los Angeles Officials: Broken Traffic Cameras Pose Safety Risk, Hamper Traffic Management
Link to article from City News Service:

4) US Federal Appeals Court Reaffirms Right to Videorecord, Including at Traffic Stops
Link to blog in The Washington Post:


5) Officials Say Toll Tags Could Serve Multiple Roles from Transit to Parking in El Paso
Link to article in the Las Cruces Sun-News:

6) Hungary Allays EU Concerns About New Road Toll System
Link to article on
Link to original article on BruxInfo:


7) Anti-GPS Tracking Devices Rampant in Vietnam
Link to Tuoi Tre News article:


8) Tech-Savvy Trucking Companies Search Big Data for Drivers
Link to article in The Journal of Commerce:

9) Strategic Issues Facing Transportation, Volume 3: Expediting Future Technologies for Enhancing Transportation System Performance
Link to report from the Transportation Research Board:


10) Improved Signage Part of Upgrade Plans for New York's Penn Station
Link to article in Crain's New York Business:


11) Real-Time Bus Arrival Information Signs to Be Installed at DC Bus Stops this Year
Link to article in The Washington Post:

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1969 **45th anniversary** Apollo 10 splashed down in the Pacific Ocean, following a rehearsal mission in advance of a lunar landing.

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