Tuesday, June 2, 2015

Tuesday, June 2, 2015

Transportation Communications Newsletter
Tuesday, June 2, 2015 – ISSN 1529-1057

ITS America Webinar Series to Focus on Off-the-Shelf Road Incident Management
The ITS America Webinar Series provides their members an opportunity to learn about developments in the ITS Industry and connect with other members on a wide range of topics.  At 2pm Eastern US time on June 11, 2015 the topic will be Off-the-Shelf Road Incident Management (RIM), presented by GEWI, who recently implemented the first phase of this system for a European Customer.
The session will focus on the advantages of a system which can be customized to each organization’s specific response plan, based on the type of incident.  Beyond accidents, the RIM system enables organizations to handle traffic infrastructure events as projects, managed by a team or teams, to engage the appropriate resources for response, provide ATIS as required, and keep all stakeholders informed through every step of the process.
For more information on GEWI’s Road Incident Management solution, visit www.gewi.com

1) Computer Glitch Grounds United Flights for 30 Minutes
Link to article in USA Today:

2) Report Says Poor Communication with Passengers is Losing Airports Millions Every Year
Link to article on Travel News Daily:
3) Report Uncovers Mismanagement of Baltimore Traffic-Enforcement Cameras
Link to story on WBAL-TV:
4) GPS Now Mandatory for All Public Transport Vehicles in Delhi
Link to story on NDTV:
5) ITS New Jersey Wins a State Chapter Award from ITS America
Link to story on Transportation Radio:

6) ITS America 2015 Thinking Aloud Show 2
Link to podcast from Thinking Highways:

7) ITS America Annual Meeting Daily News - Day 2
Link to newsletter:
8) Interview with USDOT Assistant Secretary Gregory Winfree
Link to interview on Transportation Radio:
9) Utah DOT Goes Creative with Electronic Signs to Help Reduce Deaths
Link to story on KSL-TV:

10) From ‘Pothole Palooza’ to the Tweeting Pothole
Link to Talking Transportation blog:
11) FBI Behind Mysterious Fleet of Aircraft Conducting Surveillance Over US Cities
Link to AP article:
12) Ford Plans Summer Debut for Sync 3 in Fiesta, Escape
Link to article in USA Today:
13) Virginia Governor Taps Virginia Tech Transportation Institute to Guide Development of Automated Car Technology
Link to article in The Roanoke Times:
Link to news release
14) Ex-Pittsburgher Leading Push for Google’s Self-Driving Car
Link to article in the Pittsburgh Post-Gazette:

15) Before America’s Roadways Become Safer, They First Could Get More Treacherous
Link to story on CNBC:

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