Transportation Communications Newsletter
Friday, October 23, 2015 – ISSN 1529-1057
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1) No Live Feed Between Chennai and Mumbai Airports Delays Flights
Link to article in The Times of India:
2) Alaska Air Offers Classes to Blind on Navigating Planes, Airports
Link to article in The Seattle Times:
3) Remote Tower Technology: A New Era in Air Traffic Control?
Link to blog in Airport Technology:
BICYCLES / PEDESTRIANS
4) Thailand's Kasetsart University Creates 'Mobile Phone Lane' for Smartphone Junkies
Link to article in The Nation:
5) Small Business Innovation Research Program Makes Crossing the Street Safer
Link to USDOT's Fast Lane blog:
6) Release of Driver's Data Deemed Legal in Taiwan Amid Protests
Link to article in The China Post:
7) New South Wales to Launch New Hub for Transport Data
Link to article in Computerworld:
Link to news release
8) Minnesota Governor Tells BNSF CEO He Expects Personal Notification of Oil Train Route Changes
Link to article in the Star Tribune:
9) An Android-Based Infotainment System May Be on Its Way
Link to article on The Verge:
TRAVELER INFORMATION / TRANSPORTATION MANAGEMENT
10) Driverless Cars Are the Future, But Big Data is Already Steering Georgia's Traffic
Link to story on Georgia Public Broadcasting:
2) Peel Ports Sign Contract with Saab to Supply and Integrate Multiple Vessel Traffic Management Systems
- Transportation Specialist – FHWA – Washington, DC
This week marked Back to the Future Day and one of the notable transportation inventions featured in the film was the hoverboard. It hasn't quite worked out as shown in the film, but one Canadian has created his own version.
Go Smart - Go Rail – October 28-30 – Munich
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