Monday, November 24, 2014

Monday, November 24, 2014

Transportation Communications Newsletter

Monday, November 24, 2014 – ISSN 1529-1057


1) Flight MH370: Emirates Chief Sir Tim Clark Believes Information is Being Concealed
Link to article in The Sydney Morning Herald:

2) Planning for High-Priority NextGen Capabilities Underway, But Much Work Remains for Full Realization of Benefits
Link to audit report from US DOT Office of Inspector General:


3) Update from The ERTICO Network
Link to update:


4) Maritime Surveillance Network Launched in India to Beef Up Coastal Security
Link to article in The Daily Mail:


5) 3M Shutters Parking Division
Link to blog in Parking Today:


6) Singapore's LTA to Launch New Taxi App, Enhance Existing Transport App
Link to article in Today:
Link to news release

7) Is Ridesharing's Next Stop a Bus?
Link to article in Government Technology:


8) I-70 Colorado Woes Tackled by Iraq War Vets
Link to article in The Denver Post:


9) Developers Pitch Smartphone Apps for New York MTA Riders
Link to article in Newsday:

10) MBTA Operations Control Center Undergoes $6 Million Upgrade
Link to article in Boston:

11) Do Full-Vehicle Ads on Tucson Streetcars Defile Downtown?
Link to article in the Arizona Daily Star:

12) People Legally Hacking Opal Fare Cards to Score Free Rides
Link to article on Mashable:


13) Boston Traffic Website Launches to Help Gridlock-Weary Commuters
Link to article in The Boston Globe:

14) In 1915, 'Human Semaphores' Took Over Traffic Control in Los Angeles
Link to article in the Los Angeles Times:


15) Verizon Telematics CTO Says Connected Car Needs Route to 5G
Link to story on Mobile World Live:

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