Monday, October 26, 2015

Monday, October 26, 2015


Transportation Communications Newsletter

Monday, October 26, 2015 – ISSN 1529-1057

EDI Brings Technology to a New Level with ATC Cabinet Solutions

Eberle Design Inc. (EDI) is at the forefront of the industry's development of the new Advanced Traffic Controller Cabinet (ATCC) – bringing the traffic cabinet of the future into the market today. The ATC cabinet has an open architecture design that takes advantage of ultra-low power LED signals, enhanced fail-safer design, with enhanced cabinet peripheral equipment diagnostics, compact double-density size and modularity. EDI is working closely with its OEM partners, and traffic management agencies wishing to deploy the ATCC in either new or upgraded intersections. For more information, kindly contact EDI Application Sales and Technical Services Manager Matt Zinn at 
mzinn@editraffic.com and visit www.editraffic.com/atcc.


AVIATION

1) A New Destination for Airport Media: The Humble Shuttle
Link to article in Screenmedia:

BICYCLES / PEDESTRIANS

2) Walc is a Walking App that Gives Pedestrian-Oriented Directions in New York City
Link to article in amNew York:

ELECTRONIC TOLLING

3) Lawsuit Says Transportation Corridor Agencies, Contractors Mishandled Card Numbers
Link to article in The Press-Enterprise:

4) ETag Data Used to Forecast Travel Time in Taiwan
Link to article in the Taipei Times:

INTELLIGENT TRANSPORTATION

5) Malaysia Keen on Korean 'Smart' Traffic System
Link to article in The Sun:

6) Smart City for Copenhagen
Link to article from Technolution:

OTHER

7) Government Transit Data Gets Techies' Gears Spinning for New Apps
Link to article in The Washington Post:

8) Florida DOT's SunGuide Disseminator – October 2015
Link to newsletter:

PUBLIC INFORMATION / EDUCATION

9) British Columbia Transportation Minister Says Deleted Emails Are Irrelevant Missives
Link to article in Kamloops This Week:

RAILROADS

10) Deadline for PTC Undercut by Industry Lobbying
Link to article in The Washington Post:

11) What's It Like to Answer Angry Tweets About Trains?
Link to story on BBC News Magazine:

ROADWAYS

12) The Little-Known Story Behind Britain's Road Signs
Link to article in Wired:

TELEMATICS

13) HERE Seeks Standard for Car Sensor Data
Link to article in Automotive News:

TRANSIT

14) New York City Subway Advertising Sites 'Could Be All-Digital by 2025'
Link to article in Screenmedia:

15) Video Surveillance Technology: Utilizing Data to Advance Transit Safety
Link to blog in Metro:

16) Twitter Fury Misplaced? New York MTA is Fine with Underwear Ads on Subway
Link to article in The New York Times:

TRAVELER INFORMATION / TRANSPORTATION MANAGEMENT

17) Delhi Police, Live from the Sky
Link to article in The Hindu:

18) Seattle-Area Traffic Apps Hungry for Your Data to Make Commute Easier
Link to article in The Seattle Times:

19) Keeping New Mexico Highway Alert Signs Updated Takes Time and Information
Link to column in the Albuquerque Journal:

VEHICLES

20) EU Agency Hones In on Cybersecurity and Connected Cars
Link to article on EurActiv:


News Releases


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