Thursday, February 25, 2016

Thursday, February 25, 2016

Transportation Communications Newsletter

Thursday, February 25, 2016 – ISSN 1529-1057

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1) Louisville Airport Introduces New Air Traffic Control Technology
Link to WHAS-TV story

2) Gogo Bets Open Architecture Will Win Over American, Other Airlines
Link to ZDNet article

3) Gogo and Boingo Worried About Competition from Smartphones
Link to Marketplace story


4) Bike Bells the Focus of Police Crackdown on Cyclists Around Brisbane
Link to 612 ABC Brisbane Radio story


5) Qatar Traffic Cameras Now Catching Motorists Who Pass on Right
Link to Doha News article

6) Comptroller Slams Flaws in Israel's Speed Cameras
Link to Globes article


7) Singapore Awards Contract for Satellite-Based Electronic Road Pricing System
Link to Singapore Tonight story
Link to news release


8) Transportation Tech Aims to Reduce Orlando Traffic Woes
Link to Orlando Sentinel article


9) Auto Industry Vets Revamp Into News Site
Link to USA Today article

10) How We Found (and Lost) the Dream of Personal Rapid Transit
Link to The Verge article

11) Voice of Amtrak's Acela Really, Really Wants to Work for Jeep
Link to Adweek article

12) Florida DOT's SunGuide Disseminator – February 2016
Link to newsletter


13) Billboards in Minnesota Calling for Transportation Funding
Link to KAAL-TV story

14) TSA Releases Data on Air Marshal Misconduct, Seven Years After We Asked
Link to ProPublica commentary

15) 'Boring' Data Produces Important Stories About Traffic Fines and Safety
Link to International Journalists' Network blog

16) Northern Virginia Transportation Authority Video Provides Overview of Planning Process
Link to NVTA video


17) How 163-Year-Old Indian Railways is Using Technology to Modernize Itself
Link to Mashable article


18) Nissan Leaf App Deactivated Because It's Hackable
Link to USA Today article


19) NASA is Putting Your Artwork on an Asteroid
Link to Quartz article


20) New York MTA Has Surveillance Devices in Almost Every Subway Station, But It's Not Using Them
Link to The Verge article

21) Young People Affecting Way Pittsburgh-Area Transit Agency Responds to Customers
Link to KDKA-TV story

22) Metra Signs Marketing Deal Following Ridership Drop
Link to Chicago Sun-Times article
Link to news release

23) Michigan Transit Agency to Use New Dispatch System to Schedule Rides
Link to WPBN-TV story


24) Denver's New Transit App Can Streamline Your Commute
Link to 5280 Magazine article
Link to news release


25) Google Makes the Case for a Hands-Off Approach to Self-Driving Cars
Link to NPR All Things Considered story

26) Driverless Vehicles and Other Projects Being Developed at Southwest Research Institute
Link to Silicon Hills News article

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