Thursday, May 26, 2016

Thursday, May 26, 2016

Transportation Communications Newsletter

Thursday, May 26, 2016 – ISSN 1529-1057


1) FAA: Software Problem Delays Los Angeles Flights
Link to Reuters article

2) Airport Offers Indianapolis 500 Virtual Experience for Travelers
Link to Indianapolis Star article
Link to news release


3) Florida DOT Launches Pilot Crosswalk Program in Jacksonville
Link to WJXT-TV story


4) Tennessee Representative Says 'Burn Your Traffic Camera Tickets'
Link to WBBJ-TV story
Link to news release


5) State DOTs are Using Mobile Technology to Save Taxpayers Billions
Link to Forbes blog


6) AP: Airports and FAA Cracking Down on Release of Information on Airport Security Breaches
Link to AP article

7) City of Boston Wants You to Vote on Future Transportation Projects
Link to WBUR Radio story


8) New Photography Book Looks at Vanishing Highway Rest Stops in US
Link to CityLab article


9) Vermont, New Hampshire, Maine Partner on New Travel Information Site
Link to WPTZ-TV story


10) US Army to Test Driverless Vehicle Technology on I-69 in Michigan
Link to Times Herald article

11) Tesla Driver Gets Caught Napping While in Traffic
Link to MarketWatch article

News Releases

Solicitation Notice
 -  Advanced Transportation and Congestion Management Technologies Deployment Program
**The due date for applications has been extended to June 24**

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