Wednesday, September 2, 2015

Wednesday, September 2, 2015

Transportation Communications Newsletter

Wednesday, September 2, 2015 – ISSN 1529-1057

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1) USDOT Committee Says Airlines Should Decide on Passenger Calls
Link to Bloomberg article:

2) Airlines Should Clearly Disclose Fees, Plane Seat Sizes, Federal Panel Says
Link to AP article:

3) Lounger is Like Tinder for Airports, Connecting You with Fellow Fliers
Link to article on The Huffington Post:


4) How to Wirelessly Enable Your Supply Chain
Link to commentary in Inbound Logistics:


5) Waze App Pushing Traffic Onto Park Roads in Los Angeles Area
Link to article in the Los Angeles Daily News:


6) Smart Transportation for Smart Cities
Link to blog from Accenture in India in The Economic Times:


7) Volpe Center Tackles Train Crashes, Bike Traffic, and Booze
Link to article in The Boston Globe:

8) New System at Florida DMV Lets You Sign In, Get a Text When Your Number is Near
Link to story on WFTV-TV:


9) Chairman Selected for Texas Transportation Transparency Effort
Link to article in the El Paso Times:

10) Talking Audiences: You Can't Reach Them from There
Link to Talking Transportation blog:

11) Interview About Transportation Radio and Transportation Communications Newsletter
Link to PodUp Podcast:


12) FRA Makes $10 Million Available to States for Rail Crossing Safety Projects
Link to article in Progressive Railroading:

13) Capitol Corridor Debuts Rail Crossing Safety Video
Link to article in Progressive Railroading:
Link to news release

14) Railroad Police Officers Access to the Interoperability Channels
Link to FCC Notice of Proposed Rulemaking:


15) Company Launches Initiative to Install Safety and Directional Signage in Myanmar City
Link to article in The Nation:


16) A Data Science Partnership for Safer Streets
Link to blog from Microsoft:


17) GM Signs On to Insurance Telematics Data Exchange
Link to article on Insurance Networking News:
Link to news release


18) Ways to Improve Communication with Transit Customers Who Have Disabilities
Link to article in Metro:


19) Rhode Island Governor Sinks New Sailboat License Plate Design
Link to story on WPRO Radio:

News Releases

Job Postings
 -  Part-Time Adjunct Course Instructors – National Transit Institute – New Brunswick, New Jersey

Upcoming Events
2015 Conference on Freight – September 14-16 – Cincinnati

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