Monday, July 28, 2014

Monday, July 28, 2014

Transportation Communications Newsletter
Monday, July 28, 2014 – ISSN 1529-1057

1) How Israel Convinced Airlines Ben Gurion Airport is Safe
Link to article in Bloomberg Businessweek:

2) Delta Investigates After Pilot Rants to Atlanta Air Traffic Controller
Link to story on WSB-TV:
3) Changi Airport Group’s Success with Connected Travelers
Link to article in Airport World:

4) Maps May be Coming for Pedestrians in Staunton, Virginia
Link to story on WHSV-TV:
5) Apps Might Improve Bicycle Safety
Link to article on Engadget:

6) Maine Turnpike Authority Rules Out All-Electronic Tolling in York
Link to article in The York Weekly:
7) Cruising High Seas, Engineers Detect Fake GPS Signals
Link to article in the Cornell Chronicle:
8) Text and Ride in India
Link to article in The New York Times:
9) Finding a Sponsor for Your Commute
Link to article on OZY:

10) Indianapolis Modernizes Parking, Adds Millions
Link to article in Government Technology:
11) ‘Century Crunch’ Warnings Appear to be Working in Los Angeles
Link to article in the Los Angeles Times:
12) New Website Helps Minnesotans ‘Get Connected’ to MnDOT
Link to article in the Star Tribune:

13) Auto Industry Trade Group Offers Free Window Decals Warning of Hot Car Dangers for Kids
Link to AP article:

14) The Brooklynite Who Brought the Joys of a Transit Countdown Timer Into His Home
Link to blog in The Village Voice:
15) How Many Ways Can You Connect a Car?
Link to article on RCR Wireless News:
16) Connected Cars Will Monitor Drivers for Signs of Fatigue
Link to article in FutureStructure:

17) Music Industry Wants Royalties from Carmakers. It Won’t Get Them
Link to article in Bloomberg Businessweek:

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