Thursday, January 15, 2015

Thursday, January 15, 2015

Transportation Communications Newsletter

Thursday, January 15, 2015 – ISSN 1529-1057


1) GPS Technology Refines Takeoffs, Landings at Dallas' Love Field
Link to story on WFAA-TV:


2) Phoenix Adds Traffic Cams as Super Bowl Experience Nears
Link to story on 12 News:

3) Politicians Hate Traffic Cameras as Much as Everyone Else
Link to article in Bloomberg Businessweek:

4) Arizona Lawmakers Want to Ban Monkey Masks, Groucho Glasses (at Least to Avoid Traffic Cameras)
Link to article in the Phoenix Business Journal:


5) South Dakota Soybean Board Director Says Rail Reporting is Working
Link to story on WNAX Radio:


6) DART Taking Lead in New Partnership to Combat Human Trafficking
Link to article in Metro:
Link to news release

7) Real-Time Schedules Come to Twin Cities Light-Rail Platforms
Link to article in the Star Tribune:


8) National Operations Center of Excellence Opens
Link to story on Transportation Radio:
Interview with Dennis Motiani, Executive Director of the NOCoE

9) Colorado DOT Launches I-70 Radio for Mountain Travelers
Link to article in the Reporter-Herald:
Link to news release

10) Mumbai's Traffic Gets New Fix-It Plan, and It's High-Tech
Link to story on NDTV:


11) Exec: Google Won't Become an Automaker
Link to article in USA Today:

12) Seven Ways Self-Driving Cars Could Impact States and Localities
Link to article in Government Technology:

13) Traffic Lights on Your Windshield Could Get You Home Faster
Link to story on CNN's Tomorrow Transformed:

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