Tuesday, April 26, 2016

Tuesday, April 26, 2016

Transportation Communications Newsletter

Tuesday, April 26, 2016 – ISSN 1529-1057


1) Omaha Airport to Open World's First Interactive Art Gallery
Link to Airport World article


2) TriMet Releases Video, Asks Pedestrians and Bicyclists to Stay Alert
Link to KATU-TV story


3) State Senator's Bill Would Allow California DOT to Sell Ads on Changeable Message Signs
Link to story on KHTK-TV story
Link to news release


4) It's About Reliability, Not Quicker Travel, on Wellington's Smart Motorway
Link to Stuff article


5) NTSB Locates El Faro's Voyage Data Recorder
Link to WJXT-TV story
Link to news release

6) UK's National Maritime Museum Houses Collection of Rare Sea Flags
Link to CNN story


7) How AutoTech is Reinventing Ground Transportation
Link to Bloomberg story

8) Talking Cities Roundtables at RAI Amsterdam
Link to H3B Media audio


9) New Ocean Safety Initiative Targets Travelers at Hawaii Airports
Link to KHON-TV story

10) Iowa DOT Sees Doubling of Online Public Participation for Long-Range Planning Efforts
Link to Transportation Matters for Iowa blog


11) Road Responders: History, Duties of Modern-Day Georgia DOT HERO
Link to WABE Radio story


12) Sacramento Regional Transit Paints Red Line at Rail Stations to Reduce Fare Evasion
Link to Sacramento Bee article

13) Grande Prairie, Alberta Unveils Transit Tracking System
Link to Daily Herald-Tribune article
Link to news release

14) Brussels Metro Station Debuts Remembrance Wall After Terrorist Attacks
Link to World Post article


15) Google, Ford, Volvo, Uber, Lyft Form Coalition on Self-Driving Cars
Link to Reuters article

16) Automated and Connected Vehicles: Summary of the 9th University Transportation Centers Spotlight Conference
Link to TRB summary

News Releases

 -  Invitation to Tender – Supply of Electronic Data Related to Worldwide Flight Schedules – European Commission, Directorate-General for Mobility and Transport
 -  Call for Abstracts – Second Annual Symposium on Transportation Informatics

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