Friday, February 12, 2016

Friday, February 12, 2016

Transportation Communications Newsletter

Friday, February 12, 2016 – ISSN 1529-1057


1) Multiple Issues Affecting US Air-Traffic Control Staffing
Link to Airport Industry Review article

2) Vancouver Airport: Selling the BorderXpress System
Link to airport-technology article


3) Mapping the Streets to 20-Centimeter Accuracy
Link to Electronics Weekly article

4) New Bus Maps and Displays for Malta Public Transport
Link to Times of Malta article


5) Improved GPS Could Boost Self-Driving Cars and Other Tech
Link to Gizmag article


6) African Maritime Journalists Form Association
Link to This Day article


7) White Plains, New York Uses Social Media for Transit Center Input
Link to Journal News article


8) Report Says I-405 Tolls Made Traffic Worse, Washington State DOT, Other Group Disagree
Link to seattlepi article

9) Automated Truck Fee Collection to Speed Processing at Peace Bridge
Link to Buffalo News article

10) Intelligent Monitoring System Provides Flood Warnings on UK Roadway
Link to ITS International article


11) European Data Security Agency Homes in on Smart Transportation
Link to Bloomberg Privacy and Data Security Blog


12) Where Are the Super Bowl-esque Ads About Public Transportation?
Link to Mobility Lab blog

News Releases

Friday Bonus
Most air-traffic control conversations are routine and business-like, but there are exceptions.

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