Transportation Communications Newsletter
Friday, April 10 , 2015 – ISSN 1529-1057
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1) Google Street View Comes to Planes with SAS’s Interactive Tours
Link to article on Skift:
BICYCLES / PEDESTRIANS
2) New Traffic Signal Tested in Charlotte, North Carolina to Keep Pedestrians Safe, Traffic Moving
Link to story on WSOC-TV:
3) Audi, Mercedes: Better Maps Important But Not Crucial for Autonomous Driving
Link to article in automotiveIT international:
4) Lego Game to Train Shipping Industry
Link to article in Port Technology International:
5) How to Approach Maritime Cyber Security
Link to commentary on MarineLink:
6) Oregon DMV Posts Wait Times in Real Time
Link to article in the Statesman Journal:
PUBLIC INFORMATION / EDUCATION
7) Philadelphia Wants Pedestrians to Stop Texting, Watch Where They’re Going, and Stay Safe
Link to story on KYW Radio:
8) ‘Structurally Deficient’ US Bridges Need Warning Signs, Says American Road & Transportation Builders Association
Link to article in World Highways:
9) Texas Transit Agency’s Marketing Campaign Spreads ‘Love’ to Boost Bus, Rail Ridership
Link to blog in Metro:
TRAVELER INFORMATION / TRANSPORTATION MANAGEMENT
10) Volunteers to Help Regulate Traffic in Bhubaneswar, India
Link to article in The Times of India:
11) International Remedies for Traffic Congestion
Link to article on Sourcable:
12) Autonomous Vehicles Will Make Some ‘Car Sick’
Link to article in the Detroit Free Press:
13) GM Plans Big Tech Center Fix-Up in Warren, Michigan
Link to AP article:
14) GM’s Using Simulated Crashes to Build Safer Cars
Link to article in Wired:
15) Study: Consumers Still Want AM/FM Radios in Their Cars
Link to article in Forbes:
1) NXP and NTU Singapore Launch ‘Smart Mobility Test Bed’ to Accelerate Introduction of Life-Saving Vehicle Communications
3) USDOT to Host Free Public Meeting on User Needs for the Accessible Transportation Technologies Research Initiative
The early days of traffic reporting.
14th ITS Asia Pacific Forum – April 27-29 – Nanjing, China
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