Transportation Communications Newsletter
Friday, October 3, 2014 – ISSN 1529-1057
1) Contact Lost with Planes One by One as FAA Fire Spread
Link to Bloomberg article:
2) United Airlines Trying to Contact Passengers from Ebola Victim's Flights
Link to article from The Wall Street Journal:
3) For Crop-Dusters, Meteorological Evaluation Towers Pose a Hidden and Growing Danger
Link to article in The New York Times:
4) New New South Wales Transport Apps in the Works
Link to article in CIO:
PUBLIC INFORMATION / EDUCATION
5) Caltrain Launches Suicide-Prevention Webpage
Link to article in the Palo Alto Weekly:
Link to news release
6) 'Singing Road' Built in New Mexico for Social Experiment TV Show
Link to story on KOAT-TV:
SAFETY / SECURITY
7) Road Safety Engineer: High-Tech Road Studs Can Help Tackle Accident Trend
Link to article in ITS International:
8) Mercedes-Benz to Test Self-Driving Cars at Former Concord Naval Weapons Station in California
Link to article from the Contra Costa Times:
9) New Car Technology May Not Lower Insurance Rates
Link to AP article:
10) Debunking MOST vs. Ethernet Debate for Automotive Data Transport
Link to blog in EE Times:
1) Innovations in Maritime Tracking Pinpoints the US's First Alaskan Crude Oil Shipment to South Korea Since 2004
You probably have a pretty good idea what rush hour is like for you, but how about what it's like for others around the world?
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