Friday, April 1, 2016

Friday, April 1, 2016

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Friday, April 1, 2016 – ISSN 1529-1057


1) Airports as Tool in Destination Branding
Link to The Nation article


2) Citymapper Launches Seamless Routing Between Cabs and Public Transit
Link to TechCrunch article
Link to news release

3) Solar Storm Could Affect GPS on Saturday
Link to Bloomberg article


4) The Internet of Things Drives Smart Transportation Projects
Link to StateTech article


5) A Look at Vermont's Transportation Research Center
Link to story on Transportation Radio


6) EU States Urged to Share More Intelligence with Transport Authorities
Link to Reuters article

7) Hacked Uniform Vendor is Alleged Source of Personal Information for New Jersey Transit Cops Released by Pro-ISIS Group
Link to Asbury Park Press article


8) Montreal's Metro Getting New Signage System and Maps
Link to CityLab article

9) Augusta, Georgia Transit Director Wants to Brand City Buses
Link to WRDW-TV story

10) GO Transit Targets Commuters' Most Irksome Etiquette Violations
Link to Toronto Star article


11) Mitsubishi Electric Adapts Missile Guidance Systems for Self-Driving Cars
Link to Bloomberg article

12) Are Smart Cars Only as Good as the Roads They're Driving On?
Link to Marketplace story

News Releases

Friday Bonus
The New Zealand Transport Authority offers an awkward way to keep your hands off your phone while driving.

 -  Nominations Sought – Innovative Solutions Awards – Metro Magazine

Upcoming Events
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