Transportation Communications Newsletter
Friday, May 22, 2015 – ISSN 1529-1057
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1) FAA Unveils Messaging System to Reduce Delays
Link to AP article:
2) FAA Says New York-Area Airports a Priority for Installation of Runway Red Lights
Link to story on WABC-TV:
3) Contract Dispute Threatens Marketing Plan for California's Ontario International Airport
Link to article in the Daily Bulletin:
BICYCLES / PEDESTRIANS
4) Philadelphia Cyclists, Pedestrians Lack a Good Crash-Reporting System
Link to article in The Philadelphia Inquirer:
5) Police in Trinidad and Tobago Launch Pedestrian Awareness Campaign
Link to article in the Daily Express:
6) Dozens of New Traffic Cameras on the Way to San Antonio
Link to story on KENS-TV:
7) Nokia CEO: We Don't Know Yet if We'll Sell Here Mapping Business
Link to article on CNET:
8) Online Launch of New London Tube Map 'Beset by Technical Glitches'
Link to article in the London Evening Standard:
Link to Tube map
9) Future Traffic Jams Could Slow Down Mobile Networks
Link to IDG News Service article:
10) Supermarket LED Lights Talk to Smartphone App
Link to BBC News story:
PUBLIC INFORMATION / EDUCATION
11) Port of Vancouver Commissioner 'Disappointed' by Newspaper Investigation of Agency's Openness
Link to article in The Columbian:
SAFETY / SECURITY
12) Amish in New York Agree to Consider Options for Buggy Markings
Link to article in the Watertown Daily Times:
TAXIS / RIDESHARING
13) Taxi-Sharing App Doesn't Want You Waiting On Line at the Airport
Link to article in the New York Post:
Link to Bandwagon
14) Meet Zoox, the Robo-Taxi Start-Up Taking on Google and Uber
Link to article in IEEE Spectrum:
15) This App Wants to Help Public Transit Compete with Uber
Link to article in Fast Company:
Link to TransLoc
TRAVELER INFORMATION / TRANSPORTATION MANAGEMENT
16) Residents Relieved as Florida Halts Plans for Traffic Management Center at I-4 Rest Stop
Link to article in the Orlando Sentinel:
17) Here's Your First Look at Uber's Self-Driving Test Car
Link to article in the Pittsburgh Business Times:
2) Federal Railroad Administration Takes Follow-Up Action to Control Train Speeds on Northeast Corridor
A Chinese ad campaign for Buick uses accident victims as human road signs.
UITP World Congress and Exhibition – June 8-10 – Milan, Italy
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