Monday, June 30, 2014

Monday, June 30, 2014

Transportation Communications Newsletter

Monday, June 30, 2014 – ISSN 1529-1057

1) Technology Helps West Virginia Airport in Virtually Every Way
Link to article in The Register-Herald:
2) An App Designed to Lead the Blind Safely
Link to article in the Star Tribune:
3) South Africa’s Stellenbosch University Launches Smart Mobility Lab
Link to article on Ventureburn:
4) Port of Houston Incidents Rarely Investigated Formally
Link to article in the Houston Chronicle:
5) San Francisco Parking App Refuses Shutdown Order
Link to AP article:
6) New York State Reviewing Whether to Disclose Oil Train Movements
Link to article in the Poughkeepsie Journal:
7) Amtrak Passengers Said They Were Left in the Dark on Delayed Train
Link to article in The Buffalo News:

8) New Maryland Facility Will Rehearse Foreigner Iris and Facial Recognition at Airport Exits
Link to article on NextGov:
9) New York City Council Funds New Countdown Clocks for Buses
Link to AP article:
10) Free Wi-Fi to Be Installed at Bus Stops in Baku, Azerbaijan
Link to article from ABC. AZ:
11) New Variable Message Sign Network to Ease Delhi Traffic Chaos
Link to article in India Today:
12) Google, Detroit Diverge on Roadmap for Self-Driving Cars
Link to Reuters article:
13) Ford to Use Wearables to Improve Health and Safety in Cars
Link to article on ZDNet:

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