Tuesday, June 30, 2015

Tuesday, June 30, 2015

Transportation Communications Newsletter

Tuesday, June 30, 2015 – ISSN 1529-1057


1) FAA Panel to Study Ways to Defend Flight Systems from Hackers
Link to article in eWeek:

2) Euro MPs Call for Action on Tracking Technology
Link to article in Air Traffic Management:

3) Social Media in Aviation – A Helping Hand or a Slippery Slope?
Link to blog on AviationCV:


4) Auckland Transport Told to Scrap Pedestrian Actors
Link to story on Newstalk ZB:
Link to news release


5) Uber Acquires Part of Bing's Mapping Assets
Link to article on TechCrunch:


6) Maryland Driver Fined $11,000 for $30 in Missed Tolls
Link to story on WRC-TV:


7) ITS Rocky Mountain Chapter E-Update – June 2015
Link to update:


8) Traffic Fatality Count Will Be on Highway Message Boards in Ohio
Link to article in The Plain Dealer:

9) Indiana DOT Installing Safety Features on Interstates
Link to story on WRTV-TV:


10) Mobile Transit Ticketing Startup GlobeSherpa Acquired by RideScout
Link to article on GeekWire:
Link to news release

11) Apple Maps iOS9 Update Shows Public Transit Exits
Link to article on Business Finance News:

12) Metrolink's New Chief Looks to Boost Image
Link to article in the Los Angeles Times:


13) Mississippi DOT Displays Time Messages on Dynamic Message Signs
Link to story on WDAM-TV:

14) Mumbai Now Has an App for Traffic Updates
Link to article in The Indian Express:


15) Trucks Flirt with Driverless Features
Link to article in The Detroit News:

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