Transportation Communications Newsletter
Friday, November 28, 2014 – ISSN 1529-1057
It's a Wrap. November TCN Fundraiser Comes to an End.
Let me start by thanking all of you who have contributed. Your donations are very much appreciated! Since this is the last TCN of November, this will be my last fundraising note until May 2015. If you'd like to make a donation to support the work of the TCN, please see the information below on how to contribute. Of course, if you wish to make a donation at any time you may do so.
1) Worldwide Airport Raids Tackle Cyberthieves Over Ticket Fraud
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Link to news release
2) Europe Satisfied with Drone Privacy Safeguards
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3) Indian Minister of State for Urban Development Asks State Governments to Adopt ITS
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4) Government Data Sharpens Focus on Crude Oil Train Routes
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5) Florida DOT Relocates Trees Because They Block Billboard
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SAFETY / SECURITY
6) Interactive Map Drives Home Highway Safety in Northern Alberta
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TAXIS / RIDESHARING
7) Under Pressure from Uber, Taxi Medallion Prices are Plummeting
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8) How VMoney Can Help Solve Congestion in the Philippine Public Transport System
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TRAVELER INFORMATION / TRANSPORTATION MANAGEMENT
9) Montana DOT Launches Phone Application
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Link to further information
10) GM Appoints New Connected-Consumer Chief
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11) The Future of Head-Up Displays
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2) European Global Navigation Satellite Systems Agency Joins International Association of Maritime Aids to Navigation and Light Authorities
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