Friday, August 7, 2015

Friday, August 7, 2015

Transportation Communications Newsletter

Friday, August 7, 2015 – ISSN 1529-1057


1) American Airlines, Sabre Said to Be Hit in China-Tied Hacks
Link to Bloomberg article:

2) Airports Secretly 'Nudge' You to Behave Better When You Travel
Link to article on Techly:


3) Seattle DOT to Make Pan-African-Themed Crosswalks in Central District Permanent
Link to story on KIRO-TV:

4) Radio and Bicycles: Can They Help Each Other?
Link to blog on Radio Survivor:


5) Here's Talking Traffic Could Stop You Getting Rear-Ended
Link to article on SlashGear:


6) Hutchison Ports Australia Sacks Brisbane Port Workers by Text Message
Link to article in the Brisbane Times:

7) Nordic Technology Steers the Connected Ship
Link to article in Computer Weekly:


8) Federal Judge Rules Virginia DMV Can Recall and Replace Confederate Flag Plates
Link to story on WINA Radio:

9) Through the Lens of Alan Hicks: Port Authority of New York & New Jersey Photographer
Link to article in Portfolio:


10) New Technologies Easing Airport Parking
Link to article in Airport Industry Review:


11) Manchester Scraps Atos Contract for Smart Transport Ticketing
Link to article in Computer Weekly:
Link to news release

12) Pennsylvania's Cambria County Transit Website to Get Makeover
Link to article in The Tribune-Democrat:


13) Florida DOT Installing Message Signs in Fog-Prone Areas of I-75 and US 441
Link to story on WCJB-TV:


14) Inrix GM: Center Console Next Big Device in Your Car
Link to article on GeekWire:

15) Strange Chevy Turning Heads Near University of Minnesota Campus
Link to story on KSTP-TV:

News Release

Friday Bonus
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 - Applications Sought – Rail Transit Safety Education Grants – Operation Lifesaver & FTA

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