Tuesday, February 16, 2016

Tuesday, February 16, 2016

Transportation Communications Newsletter

Tuesday, February 16, 2016 – ISSN 1529-1057


1) American Airlines Sues Gogo, May Change In-Flight Internet Service
Link to Star-Telegram article

2) How the FAA Tech Center Drives Aviation Research, Local Economy
Link to Press of Atlantic City article


3) Speed Cameras That Cause Traffic Jams to Be Scrapped in the Netherlands
Link to Independent article
Link to original NOS News story (in Dutch)


4) Microsoft Teams Up with Singapore on IoT Traffic Management Project
Link to Win Beta article


5) Moving on the Interstate of Things
Link to Commercial Carrier Journal article

6) Connecticut High School Students Create App to Help Disabled Use Paratransit
Link to WTNH-TV story


7) Three Aims for Network Rail's Digital Railway
Link to Railway Gazette article


8) Reading Highway Signs at Night is a Matter of Fonts and Prismatic Reflectivity (Huh?)
Link to Granite Geek column


9) First Responders, Indiana DOT Will Meet to Find Better Ways to Respond to Crashes on I-65
Link to WTTV-TV story


10) Transport for London Reverses Plan to Stop Using Twitter for Real-Time Underground Updates
Link to Business Insider article

11) How App Developers Are Trying to Keep DC Metro Honest Using Its Own Data
Link to Washington Post article

12) New York Subway Station Agents to Give Directions from Tablet
Link to Daily News article

13) Study Says Calgary Autism Spectrum Disorder Riders Underserved by Transit
Link to Calgary Metro article

14) Tampa-Area Bus Fleet to Offer Wireless Access Beginning April 4
Link to Tampa Tribune article
Link to news release

15) New York City Transit Digital Signage Informs Customers Through Second Worst Blizzard in History
Link to Digital Signage Connection article


16) Waze's Drive Towards Successful Public Partnerships
Link to Data-Smart City Solutions article


17) Testing Connected Vehicle Technology for Early Collision Warning
Link to Catalyst article

18) Study: Automakers Struggle with Digitalization
Link to automotiveIT International article

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