Transportation Communications Newsletter
Friday, May 8, 2015 – ISSN 1529-1057
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1) FAA Says Media Can Use Drone Photos from Citizen Journalists, Not Professionals
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2) Inflight – May/June 2015
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3) Uber Joins the Bidding for Here, Nokia's Digital Mapping Service
Link to article in The New York Times:
GPS / NAVIGATION
4) Metropia App Searches for Better Routes and Travel Times
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5) Whale Alert App Helps Los Angeles, Long Beach Port Shippers Avoid Whale Collisions
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Link to further information
6) Los Angeles to Appoint Next-Gen Transportation Adviser
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Link to news release
7) Five Ways Technology Has Changed Parking
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PUBLIC INFORMATION / EDUCATION
8) New Federal Rules May Make It Harder to Get Information on Bakken Oil Trains
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9) New Law Allows Alaska Railroad to Issue Bonds to Cover PTC Costs
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10) No, the Feds Are Not Requiring Times Square to Remove Its Billboards
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11) Pittsburgh Transit Authority is Trying to Make It Easier to Ride the Bus
Link to story on WHYY Radio:
1) New Jersey DOT Provides Traffic Incident Management Safety Training to NJ Transit as Part of National Program
As David Letterman prepares to retire, here's a look back to his first week on CBS when he became an amateur traffic reporter.
Florida’s Transportation Showcase i3 – May 26-29 – ChampionsGate, Florida
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