Monday, February 29, 2016

Monday, February 29, 2016

Transportation Communications Newsletter

Monday, February 29, 2016 – 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. For more information, kindly contact EDI Sales Director Jon Muilenberg at


1) Profanities and Thanks Among the Most Popular Terms Used in Tweets to Airlines
Link to Los Angeles Times article

2) Could Crowdsourced Data Turn In-Flight Wi-Fi Around?
Link to Chicago Tribune article

3) February/March Issue of Airport Magazine Looks at Technology Tools for Airports
Link to magazine


4) 10,000 Traffic Cameras to Be Installed in Lagos State
Link to YNaija article


5) Combating Security Threats to ITS and Intelligent Public Transport
Link to ITWeb article


6) VW's Crisis Strategy: Forward, Reverse, U-Turn
Link to New York Times article

7) Start-Up Makes Sense of Transportation Data
Link to Los Angeles Times article

8) See That Billboard? It May See You, Too
Link to New York Times article

9) Nebraska Company Designing Training for Traffic Systems Technicians
Link to Lincoln Journal Star article


10) I-95 Corridor Coalition's Truck 'N Park Demonstration Hits the Ground Running
Link to Overdrive article
Link to Truck 'N Park System User Feedback Questionnaire


11) Help Design Better Express Lane Signage Across US
Link to WXIA-TV story


12) Japan Driverless Taxi Start-Up Eyes Partnerships with Automakers
Link to Reuters article

13) Carpooling App Ryde Launches in Hong Kong
Link to Forbes article


14) California DOT Video Shows How Agency Got Ready for Super Bowl 50
Link to video

15) The Traffic Incident Management Network's Newsletter, The Responder – February 2016
Link to newsletter


16) MBTA is Recruiting Techies on a Startup Website
Link to article

17) Scottish 'Oyster Card' Begins Final Testing on Transport Network
Link to Herald article

18) Houston  Metro Gives Transit Riders a Quicker Way to Pay
Link to CityLab article


19) 'We're Not Scared of Silicon Valley': Ford Talks Tough on Mobility and Autonomous Cars
Link to Daily Mirror article

20) In-Vehicle Wi-Fi, New Tech Options Come to Rental Cars
Link to USA Today article

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