Tuesday, April 12, 2016

Tuesday, April 12, 2016

Transportation Communications Newsletter

Tuesday, April 12, 2016 – ISSN 1529-1057

AECOM is actively seeking a creative, highly talented Traffic Engineer to join our Conshohocken or Center City Philadelphia, PA office where you can look forward to contributing to multi-disciplinary project teams on small and large-scale highway improvement and traffic engineering projects. Responsibilities will include: Working as part of a team and also independently in evaluating and applying Traffic Engineering principles, standards, and criteria; An ever-increasing level of responsibility; Traffic Signal Design; Traffic Modeling for a variety of conditions and needs; Minimum Requirements include: Bachelor’s degree in Civil Engineering or related field; 5+ years of experience; Preferred Experience: PennDOT/PA Turnpike projects; TE studies/analysis; PE/PTOE; Driver’s License. What We Offer: AECOM is a place where you can put your innovative thinking and engineering skills into high gear and work alongside other highly motivated people. It's a place where you can apply your skills to some of the world's most challenging, interesting, and meaningful projects. It's a place that values the diversity of our people and our areas of practice. It's what makes AECOM a great place to work and grow. Come join us! http://goo.gl/X7if3d


1) Paper-Pushing US Flight Controllers See Future in Canada's System
Link to Bloomberg article

2) American Airlines CEO Assails Delta on Air Traffic Control Plan
Link to Bloomberg article

3) Vegas Acts Greet Passengers at McCarran Airport
Link to Las Vegas Review-Journal article


4) Ohio Speed Cameras Make Money, as Legislation Aims to Shutter Them
Link to WKBN-TV story


5) Nikkei: Japan Government, Toyota, Nissan to Step Up Efforts on Intelligent Maps
Link to Reuters article

6) Guerrilla Campaign Wants Rikers Island, Home of New York City's Largest Prison, Placed on Subway Maps
Link to CityLab blog


7) Pentagon Says Still Not Confident About Raytheon GPS Control System
Link to Reuters article
Link to news release


8) MaaS 'Unlocks Benefits of ITS'
Link to Smart Highways commentary


9) New App DrayQ Helps Truck Drivers at Ports Be More Efficient
Link to KGO-TV story

10) Innovative Automation at Port of Los Angeles
Link to Port Technology article


11) Steering the Way Through Disruptions and Transformations
Link to TR News article

12) Highlights from Intertraffic Amsterdam
Link to Daily News Updates


13) Berlin Airport PR Chief Fired for Comments During Interview
Link to The Local Germany article


14) Automakers Urge Insurance Companies to Remind US Drivers of Recalls
Link to Reuters article


15) Bulgaria's Burgas to Launch E-Ticket System for Public Transport in June
Link to Novinite article

16) See Public Transport Campaigns Against 'Manspreading' from Around the World
Link to Quartz blog


17) Volvo Wants to Bring Self-Driving Pilot Program to US
Link to CNET article

18) GM Sees Growing Appetite for Connectivity
Link to Wall Street Journal article

19) Florida Preparing for Self-Driving Vehicles
Link to Florida Politics article

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