Thursday, March 3, 2016

Thursday, March 3, 2016

Transportation Communications Newsletter

Thursday, March 3, 2016 – ISSN 1529-1057


1) Six Years On, Traffic Cops in Chennai Yet to Use CCTV to Nab Violators
Link to Times of India article


2) Signs to Display $0 Tolls on New Stretch of I-95 Express Lanes in Florida
Link to Sun Sentinel article


3) TomTom CEO Discusses Business and Plans in India
Link to Economic Times interview


4) New Features Added to the Open Source Application Development Portal
Link to further information from USDOT


5) FAA Says Emails Missing in Air Traffic Control Cheating Scandal
Link to Fox Business story


6) BMW's On-Street Parking Information Service Finds Open Spots, Eases Traffic
Link to Car and Driver article


7) Maine DEP to Make Oil Train Data Public Again
Link to Pine Tree Watchdog article

8) New 'Egg' Campaign Launched in Scotland to Cut Pedestrian Deaths
Link to Scotsman article

9) California DOT Launches CT Update
Link to publication


10) Network Rail Launches Digital Railway Project
Link to International Railway Journal article


11) Radio Upgrade to Link New York Police Officers in Subway and on Street
Link to New York Times article

12) San Diego's Metropolitan Transit System Admits Credit Card Security Gaps
Link to KPBS Radio story

13) VicRoads Launches Truck Safety Campaign
Link to ATN article


14) Maryland Senate Gives Preliminary OK to Limits on Transit Audio Recording
Link to Baltimore Sun article

15) Toronto Transit Control: Where the TTC Makes Day-to-Day Decisions Affecting Your Commute
Link to CBC News story

16) Beacons Being Used on London Buses for Movie Ad Campaign
Link to Screen Media Magazine article


17) Connected Car Needs Big Memory for Big Data, Says Toshiba
Link to Electronics Weekly article

18) Baidu Joins Geely Urging China to Hasten Autonomous-Driving Law
Link to Bloomberg article

19) Google's Self-Driving Car Team Beefs Up Auto Experience
Link to Reuters article

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