Thursday, October 23, 2014

Thursday, October 23, 2014

Transportation Communications Newsletter

Thursday, October 23, 2014 – ISSN 1529-1057


1) FAA's NextGen Czar Tells Convention, Modernization Program is On Track
Link to article on AINonline:

2) At Austin Airport, Wi-Fi Predicts How Long the Security Line Will Be
Link to article in PC World:


3) FASTag to Be Brand Name of Electronic Toll Collection System in India
Link to article on NetIndian:


4) Audi Looks to Head Off Google with In-Car Map Updates
Link to Bloomberg article:

5) Hertz Shows the Future of GPS Navigation with Its New Tour App
Link to article on Skift:


6) Out with the Old, In with the New, New Haven Union Station Gets Electronic Departure Boards
Link to story on WTNH-TV:


7) Winthrop, Washington Town Council Opposes State DOT Variable Message Sign in Town
Link to article in the Methow Valley News:


8) California Company Wants to Disrupt 911
Link to article in Government Technology:


9) More Wi-Fi Coming to New Jersey Transit Stations, and Maybe to Trains
Link to NJ Advance Media article:

10) Rutgers Partners on Transit Industry Career Site
Link to article in the Home News Tribune:

11) Take Public Transport, Win Gold, Cash in Dubai
Link to article in Gulf News:


12) Adelaide May Add More Electronic Travel Time Signs
Link to article in the Messenger Leader:

13) Edmonton Drivers Hit Information Superhighway Using Smart Technology
Link to article in the Edmonton Journal:

14) What is the Best Way to Beat Traffic?
Link to story on ABC's Good Morning America:


15) UK Transport Minister: Driverless Cars in 2015
Link to article in The Scotsman:

16) Ford to Add Pedestrian Detection to Its Cars
Link to article in MIT Technology Review:

17) US DOT Wants Your Input on Proposed FHWA 2015 Guidance for Connected Vehicles and the Formation of a V2I Deployment Coalition
Link to additional information from the ITS Joint Program Office:

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