Monday, January 12, 2015

Monday, January 12, 2015

Transportation Communications Newsletter
Monday, January 12, 2015 – ISSN 1529-1057

EDI Announces Availability of Compact and Low-Power ATC Cabinet Components
Eberle Design Inc. has been at the forefront of the industry's development of the new Advanced Traffic Cabinet components – bringing the traffic cabinet of the future into the market today. The new ATC architecture utilizes low power, high-density components. EDI looks forward to working closely with agencies wishing to deploy and bring to their infrastructure ATC cabinet solutions. Stop by booth 318 at the Walter E. Washington Convention Center, January 11-15, to learn more about EDI’s ATC components or contact Matt Zinn, EDI Application Sales and Technical Services Manager, at
1) After String of Jet Crashes, a Struggle to Re-train Pilots
Link to Reuters article:
2) Can Technology Stop Scourge of Bicycle Thefts?
Link to article in the San Jose Mercury News:
3) Thousands of E-ZPass Users Clocked, but Not Ticketed, for Speeding Through Maryland Tolls
Link to article in The Baltimore Sun:
4) Congressman Calls for Investigation of Possible Misuse of E-ZPass Data by Port Authority of New York & New Jersey
Link to article on New Jersey Newsroom:

5) All-Electronic Tolls to be Installed on Tappan Zee Bridge
Link to story on Mid-Hudson News Network:

6) Michigan I-94 Crash Reconstruction Underway, with GPS Data and Help from Drivers
Link to article on MLive:
7) Florida DOT to Install ITS Devices Along I-75 'Dark Zone'
Link to article in the Ocala Star-Banner:
8) News Update from the ERTICO Network
Link to update:

9) Opening Ceremony Held for National Operations Center for Excellence
Link to audio on Transportation Radio:
10) New Alerting Channels Have Proliferate But Challenges Remain
Link to article in Government Technology:
11) Voxx Sensor Tech Tethers You via Bluetooth to Your Child’s Baby Seat
Link to article on Mashable:

12) Surfside Beach, South Carolina Seeking Community Volunteers for Traffic Management Team
Link to story on WMBF-TV:
13) Columnist Questions Why New York State Thruway Took So Long to Reopen Roadway After Storm
Link to column in The Buffalo News:

14) Johannesburg Faces Challenges in Improving Traffic Signaling System
Link to article in Business Day:
15) Traffic Information Now Available on Social Media in Thiruvananthapuram, India
Link to article in The New Indian Express:

16) Emergency Alerts in New Hampshire: Except When You Need Them
Link to editorial in the New Hampshire Union Leader:

17) Honda's New Lane Changing Technology Predicts Drivers' Behavior
Link to article in E&T:

18) Valeo System Protects Pedestrians
Link to article on WardsAuto:
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