Monday, October 27, 2014

Monday, October 27, 2014

Transportation Communications Newsletter

Monday, October 27, 2014 – ISSN 1529-1057


1) 'Windowless Planes' Could Be a Reality in the Next 10 Years
Link to story on WABC-TV:


2) Traffic Technology International – October/November 2014
Link to magazine:


3) Police in Taipei, Taiwan Push Road Safety via App 'Stickers'
Link to article in the Taipei Times:


4) Outdated Traffic Signs in Belgium to Lose Legal Validity
Link to article on Flanders News:

5) Rhode Island DOT: Wrong-Way Project Will Help Save Lives
Link to column in The Providence Journal:


6) Los Angeles Flight Delayed After Wi-Fi Hotspot Name Prompts Concerns
Link to story on KABC-TV:

7) Cyber Security Center to Guard Singapore's 'Smart Nation' Systems Starting with ITS and Connected Vehicles
Link to article from The Straits Times:


8) Apple Seeks Partners to Enable NFC-Based Transit Payments for iPhone 6 and Watch
Link to article on Apple Insider:


9) Why Waze is So Incredibly Popular in Costa Rica
Link to article in The Washington Post:

10) New Mexico Drivers Chime In on Electronic Message Boards on Our Streets
Link to column in the Albuquerque Journal:


11) Consumer Reports Slaps Auto Infotainment Reliability
Link to article in USA Today:

12) Internet Car Radio Poses Bigger Threat for Local AM-FM
Link to article in The Detroit News:

13) Ford System Tracks Cops' Driving
Link to article in USA Today:

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