Tuesday, April 19, 2016

Tuesday, April 19, 2016

Transportation Communications Newsletter

Tuesday, April 19, 2016 – ISSN 1529-1057

Last Chance to Register! Cutting-Edge Origin Destination Technologies – powered by INRIX Data
Join Us for a Webinar Tomorrow – Wed, April 20th 
10:30am PDT, 1:30pm EDT

New origin-destination technologies from INRIX available now will revolutionize how city planners, DOTs and the like can better plan multi-modal improvements for the future, keeping up with the ever-increasing mobility demands upon a region. Hear from a panel of experts about how knowledge about commuting patterns provides the necessary data to planning agencies to understand the current demand and its shape, using the new data sources for model calibration and validation. Similarly, knowing where people start and end their journeys to a major sporting event can help local authorities plan and manage virtually every aspect of the relevant transport decisions with much greater precision.


1) IATA CEO Calls on Aviation to Get Better at Communicating
Link to Air Transport World article

2) Q&A with Regional Airline Association President Faye Malarkey Black
Link to Aircraft Maintenance Technology article

3) The Fourth Amendment and Airports
Link to TRB's Legal Research Digest


4) Kentucky Retains Interim Toll Consultant After Seeking to Bypass Bidding Rules
Link to WDRB-TV story


5) Parking Details on Smartphones Likely in Qatar
Link to Peninsula article


6) Federal Rule Could Create New National Traffic Data Website
Link to FutureStructure article


7) New EU Passenger Data Measure Gets Warm Reception at US Department of Homeland Security
Link to FCW article

8) Researcher Finds Security Flaw in Moscow Road Sensors
Link to Infosecurity article

9) Cybersecurity Startup Finds Malware on VIA Metropolitan Transit's Computer Network
Link to San Antonio Business Journal article
Link to news release


10) New York City Transit to Translate for Disabled Riders with Limited English
Link to WNBC-TV story
Link to news release

11) Wait Gets Longer for Intelligent Transport System in Bangalore Buses
Link to Deccan Herald article

12) New Website, AllTransit, Shows Data from 800 Agencies Across US
Link to CityLab blog


13) Integrated Corridor Management System to Go Online Thursday in San Diego Area
Link to KGTV-TV story


14) Self-Driving Car Completes Journey Across China
Link to CNET article

News Releases

Job Postings
  Senior & Junior Traffic Engineer – AECOM – Philadelphia /Conshohocken, Pennsylvania

 -  Call for Papers – Intelligent Rail Summit 2016

Upcoming Events
Transportation Workforce Development Summit – April 29 – San Francisco

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