Wednesday, March 2, 2016

Wednesday, March 2, 2016

Transportation Communications Newsletter

Wednesday, March 2, 2016 – ISSN 1529-1057


1) US Air Force Won't Meet 2020 Deadline for New FAA Rules
Link to article

2) Consulting Company Says Airports Must Focus on Digital Services (and Not Airline Customers) to Make Money
Link to Tnooz article


3) Utah Bill Could Help Reduce Traffic Congestion By Allowing Use of Location Data
Link to Utah Policy article


4) Arizona Bill, to Astronomers' Dismay, May Allow Electronic Billboards Where They've Been Banned
Link to AP article


5) Tech on the Tracks
Link to Re/code blog


6) Traffic, Tolling Technology Coming to Massachusetts Roads
Link to WWLP-TV story


7) The Significant Ways Tech Will Transform Five Airport Checkpoints in the Coming Years
Link to Aviation Pros blog


8) Highway Heroes: Illinois DOT Minutemen
Link to WLS-TV story

9) Road Rangers, Making Northeast Florida's Highways Safer One Tow, Tire and Gallon of Gas at a Time
Link to Folio Weekly article


10) New York MTA to Move Bus Radio Transmissions Despite FCC Warning
Link to Daily News article

11) Prague Begins Issuing  'Lítačka' Transit Card
Link to Radio Praha story


12) Auto Industry Offers EU Input on Smart Transport Systems
Link to WardsAuto article

13) Chicago, New York Continue to Lead on Smart Cities with Wireless Driving Deployments
Link to StateTech article

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