Thursday, January 22, 2015

Thursday, January 22, 2015

Transportation Communications Newsletter

Thursday, January 22, 2015 – ISSN 1529-1057

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1) New Technology Will Cut Delays at UK Airports
Link to Press Association article:

2) United Airlines Caught in Political Scrum Over In-Flight TV Channel
Link to article in the Chicago Tribune:


3) New Satellite System to Track Illegal 'Pirate Fishing'
Link to Reuters article:


4) Digital Transformation Coming to Transportation World 
Link to article in Engineering News-Record:

5) Private Sector Helps Solve Traffic Problem in Cebu City, Philippines
Link to article in the Sun.Star Cebu:


6) US Supreme Court Backs Former Air Marshal in Whistleblower Case
Link to Reuters article:


7) Purple? Green? Yellow? Illinois Tollway Mulls Over New Signs
Link to article in the Daily Herald:

8) Erroneous Traffic Signs Bewilder Locals in Zhengzhou, China
Link to story on China Radio International:


9) App Built by a Taiwan University Eases Carsharing Hassles
Link to article in the Taipei Times:


10) Cellphone Service, Wi-Fi at Los Angeles Metro Underground Stations to Debut in August
Link to story on KNX Radio:

11) New Suite of Timetable Apps Coming to Public Transport in Melbourne
Link to article in The Age:

12) PATCO, SEPTA Work on Compatibility of Fare Card
Link to article in The Philadelphia Inquirer:


13) Ford Makes Major Push Into Silicon Valley
Link to story on CNNMoney:
Link to news release

14) The Car Windshield is Turning Into a Computer Screen
Link to article in Bloomberg Businessweek:

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