Wednesday, February 11, 2015

Wednesday, February 11, 2015

Transportation Communications Newsletter

Wednesday, February 11, 2015 – ISSN 1529-1057


1) FBI Investigating 'Foreign' Hacking Attempt on Jacksonville International Airport
Link to story on WJXX / WTLV-TV:

2) How One Bad Line of Code Shut Down UK Air Traffic for an Hour
Link to article on ZDNet:
Link to report

3) How Wi-Fi Policy Could Threaten Airline Brands
Link to commentary in Airline Business:


4) Don't Say 'Cyclists,' Say 'People on Bikes'
Link to blog on CityLab:


5) Maryland Officials Say Lack of Cameras Hinder Incident Response on Baltimore-Washington Parkway
Link to story on WRC-TV:


6) Urban Engines Takes the Power of Its Transit Platform to Consumers with a Smart Offline Maps App
Link to blog on TechCrunch:

7) This Scenario-Based Transit Map Will Change Your Commute
Link to blog on SFist:


8) Maritime Traffic Control Based in North Saanich, British Columbia
Link to article in the Peninsula News Review:


9) Hayward, California's Quirky Traffic Signs Grab Drivers' Attention
Link to Bay Area News Group article:


10) Los Angeles Taps Social Media to Fight Hit-and-Run
Link to article in the Los Angeles Daily News:
Link to news release

11) New Jersey Campaign Against Distracted Driving Faces an Uphill Climb
Link to column in The Record:


12) Driverless Car Review Launched by UK Government
Link to BBC News story:
Link to news release

13) EU States to Share Data from Car Registries to Punish Bad Driving
Link to article on EurActiv:
Link to directive

14) Safety in Connected Cars an Issue for Drivers
Link to article in eWeek:

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