Wednesday, September 23, 2015

Wednesday, September 23, 2015

Transportation Communications Newsletter

Wednesday, September 23, 2015 – ISSN 1529-1057

Job Openings at Grice Consulting Group

Grice Consulting Group, the leading minority engineering consulting firm in the field of Traffic Engineering, Transportation Planning and ITS, is looking to fill several mid level and senior positions. 

 -  Mid Level and Senior ITS Engineer – Atlanta, GA

 - Mid Level and Senior Traffic Engineer – Atlanta, GA; Washington, DC and Columbia, SC

 -Mid Level and Senior Transportation Planner – Atlanta, GA 

Please send your resumes to


1) Smart Airports Taking Shape in China
Link to article in the South China Morning Post:

2) The Airline That Designed an Airport to Improve the Passenger Experience
Link to article on Skift:

3) Airlines Adopt NASA Tech to Save Fuel, Time
Link to article on ZDNet:

4) Aviation Communication on Your Car Radio
Link to article in The Plainville Citizen:


5) Nokia Sale of HERE to Automakers Expected to Close in First-Quarter of 2016
Link to article on RCR Wireless News:


6) TxTAG Audit Reveals Management Problems and Fixes in Place
Link to story on KXAN-TV:

7) E-ZPass Malfunction Suspected in New York Thruway Overcharges
Link to story on WIVB-TV:


8) Hong Kong Not in Same 'Smart City' League as Barcelona or Paris, But Gap is Closing as Technology Plays a Bigger Role
Link to article in the South China Morning Post:

9) São Paulo to Finance Technology to Improve Mobility
Link to article on ZDNet:

10) How Digital Identity Will Power Smart Cities
Link to article in GCN:

11) ITS Australia Newsletter – September 2015
Link to newsletter:


12) Crowley Maritime Initiates 'Telemedicine' Booth for Onsite Healthcare for Employees
Link to article in The Florida Times-Union:

13) High-Tech Ships Threaten Seafaring Skills
Link to analysis on IHS Maritime 360:


14) Wisconsin Counties to Show Off Worst Roads in Grassroots Campaign for Transportation Funding
Link to article in the La Crosse Tribune:


15) Grant Funds Book Detailing Railroad Tracks for First Responders in Somerset County, Pennsylvania
Link to article in The Tribune-Democrat:


16) USDOT's Plan to Turn Driving Into a Real-Life Computer Game
Link to article in GCN:

17) Washington's Role in Hack-Proofing Cars: A Light Touch?
Link to article in FCW:


18) Review: Ford's Sync 3 is More Like a Smartphone, But There's Still Room for Improvement
Link to review in Computerworld:


19) Why Popemageddon Traffic Jams Didn't Happen (But Still Could)
Link to article on CityLab:


20) New Control Center Opens for Australia's M5 Motorway
Link to article in The Daily Telegraph:

21) HERE Keeps the US Moving with Multi-State Traffic Help
Link to blog from Here:


22) BMW Exec Says Autonomous Driving 'Not a Hype'
Link to article in automotiveIT international:

23) How Ford Goes Further with Virtual Reality
Link to article in Fortune:

24) Future Audi Lighting System Could Use Car-to-X Technologies
Link to article on WorldCarFans:
Link to news release

News Releases

Job Postings
 -  Marketing, Communications and Outreach Manager – Intercity Transit – Olympia, Washington

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