Monday, July 14, 2014

Monday, July 14, 2014

Transportation Communications Newsletter

Monday, July 14, 2014 – ISSN 1529-1057


1) HappyOrNot Machines Are Your Chance to Tell Airports How You Really Feel
Link to article on The Huffington Post:


2) Track a Century of US Development with a Tool that Centralizes Old Maps
Link to blog on CityLab:


3) AECOM to Pay $4 Billion for Engineering Firm URS
Link to Reuters article:
Link to news release

4) Helsinki to Test Mobility System with Mesh of Transport
Link to article on Phys org:


5) New York Will Disclose When, Where Trains Ship Oil
Link to article in the Poughkeepsie Journal:


6) Hawaii's Big Island Could Improve Public Transit with Technology, Study Says
Link to article in Pacific Business News:

7) Zine Makers Grab Their MetroCards and Go to Work
Link to article in The New York Times:


8) Establishing Monitoring Programs for Travel Time Reliability
Link to project brief from the Transportation Research Board:


9) Consumer Groups Want EPA Gas Mileage Ratios in Auto Ads
Link to article in The Hill:

10) With New Rule, New Hampshire DMV Lifts Temporary Ban on New Vanity Plates
Link to story on New Hampshire Public Radio:

11) New Website Helps Local Communities Prepare for Connected Vehicle Pilot Deployment Program
Link to further information from FHWA:

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