Wednesday, June 29, 2016

Wednesday, June 29, 2016

Transportation Communications Newsletter

Wednesday, June 29, 2016 – ISSN 1529-1057

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1) Could Cameras on Guam's Roadways Really Curb Behavior?
Link to KUAM-TV story


2) North Korea Sent 2,100 GPS Jamming Signals to South
Link to UPI article


3) The End of Traffic: How the Smartest People in the World Are Fixing Your Commute
Link to Bloomberg story

4) These Billboards Will Target You as You Drive By
Link to CNNMoney article


5) Chatbot Lawyer Overturns 160,000 Parking Tickets in London and New York
Link to Guardian article

6) GIS Helps Find Parking in Washington, DC
Link to ArcNews article


7) Gulf Breeze Mayor Pressured to Withdraw Florida DOT Records Request
Link to Pensacola News Journal article

8) Meetings Between Tacoma City, Port Officials Will Not Be Public
Link to News Tribune article


9) MetroPlan Orlando and Florida DOT Select Six Regional Corridors for Improved Traffic Signal Synchronization
Link to Orlando Political Observer article


10) US Senator Pushes for Cyber Protections in Vehicles
Link to The Hill article


11) Boston Wants Better Data from Uber, and is Taking a Roundabout Route to Try and Get It
Link to Boston Globe article

12) Uber Will Soon Warn Drivers When They Go Over the Speed Limit
Link to The Verge article

13) Uber to Offer Messaging and Travel Features in China
Link to TechCrunch article


14) Controversial Audio Surveillance of New Jersey Transit Riders Comes to Quiet End
Link to NJ Advance Media article

15) Vermont's Green Mountain Transit Using New Technology to Increase Efficiency
Link to WFFF/WVNY-TV story
Link to news release


16) Starship Will Test Autonomous Delivery Robot in DC This Fall
Link to The Verge article

17) Your Average Car is a Lot More Code-Driven Than You Think
Link to USA Today article

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