Monday, March 14, 2016

Monday, March 14, 2016

Transportation Communications Newsletter

Monday, March 14, 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 Jon Muilenberg, EDI Sales Director, at


1) USDOT Dangled Millions for Futuristic Transportation Ideas. Cities Rushed to Reply.
Link to Washington Post article
Link to news release

2) ITS Discussed in Russian Republic of Tatarstan
Link to ERTICO Network article


3) Data Privacy Part of Transportation Technology, Smart Cities Conversation at SXSW
Link to Community Impact Newspaper article


4) Campaign Wants Atlanta Millennials to Get Onboard with Transit
Link to Atlanta Journal-Constitution article


5) Can Big Data Reduce Traffic Deaths? Microsoft and DataKind Expand Analysis to Seattle and Other Cities
Link to GeekWire article

6) How Toyota, Volvo and Others Help You to Avoid Accidents
Link to Here blog


7) Chicago Transit Authority Adds Bus Tracker Displays at 51 Rail Stops
Link to Chicago Tribune article

8) DC Metro Adds Six-Car Train Markers to Platforms
Link to Washington Post article
Link to news release

9) Planner: Cities Should Start Testing Autonomous Transit
Link to Driverless Transportation article


10) Malta Plans 'Intelligent' Traffic Management System
Link to Times of Malta article


11) Telit India Exec: All New Cars to Be Internet-Enabled by 2025
Link to Thinking Highways article

News Releases

 -  Nominees Sought – Michael A. Dornheim Award for Aviation, Aerospace, Defense Reporting – The National Press Club

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