Thursday, November 26, 2015

Thursday, November 26, 2015

Transportation Communications Newsletter

Thursday, November 26, 2015 – ISSN 1529-1057

Happy Thanksgiving!


1) FAA Urges Pilots to Test Headsets
Link to article from AOPA:


2) Turn Any Bike Into a Smart Bike with SpeedForce
Link to video in USA Today:


3) Chinese Electronic Toll Network All But Completed
Link to article on GBTimes:
Link to original China News Service article:


4) Research to Drive Singapore's Transport Future
Link to article in Asian Scientist:

5) Apps Connect Senders and Drivers to Transport Items on the Cheap
Link to article in The Orange County Register:


6) Italian Researchers Turning to Sensors and Drones to Inspect Bridges
Link to article on ZDNet:


7) Smartphones May Have Role in Rise of US Traffic Deaths
Link to Reuters article:


8) Communications Key in Rollout of LRT in Hamilton, Citizens' Jury Told
Link to article in The Hamilton Spectator:

9) New App Helps Hikers Use Public Transportation
Link to article in Backpacker:


10) North Carolina DOT Command Center Working to Keep Holiday Traffic Flowing Smoothly
Link to story on WJZY-TV:

11) Ohio DOT Monitoring Thanksgiving Traffic from Hundreds of Cameras Across State
Link to story on WSYX/WTTE-TV:

12) Rhode Island DOT Closely Monitoring Holiday Travel Conditions
Link to story on WPRI-TV:

13) Colorado DOT's Mountain Travel Radio Returns
Link to story on KDVR-TV:


14) What Happens When Cities and States Try to Prepare for Self-Driving Cars
Link to article in The Washington Post:

15) A Look at the Legal Environment for Driverless Vehicles
Link to TRB report:

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