Friday, July 8, 2016

Friday, July 8, 2016

Transportation Communications Newsletter

Friday, July 8, 2016 – ISSN 1529-1057


1) New FAA Policy Helps Modernize General Aviation Airplanes and Helicopters
Link to Vertical article

2) Gun Advertisements at South Carolina Airport Upset Some Travelers
Link to The State article

3) Keeping One Step Ahead of the Game with Airport Weather Forecasting
Link to Airport Technology article


4) Feds Spending $3 Million to Create National Pedestrian and Bicycle Information Center
Link to Washington Free Beacon article


5) Tennessee Attorney General Weighs In on Traffic Cameras
Link to WBBJ-TV story

6) Ohio Appeals Court Upholds Toledo's Use of Traffic Cameras
Link to Blade article


7) Why Apple's Transit Maps Are Rolling Out So Slowly
Link to AppleInsider article


8) How the Media Screwed Up the Fatal Tesla Accident
Link to Vanity Fair commentary


9) San Antonio Man Uses Lightsaber to Bring Awareness to Pedestrian Safety
Link to KABB-TV story


10) Meet Liberty, the Uber-Like Service Built for Rural America
Link to Silicon Prairie News article


11) Facebook Group Lets Drivers Crowdsource Montreal's Mercier Bridge Traffic Updates
Link to CBC News story

12) How Ulytic Solves Urban Traffic Problems in Real Time
Link to Silicon Prairie News article


13) German Transport Ministry Denies Investigating Tesla Over Software Updates
Link to Reuters article

News Releases

Friday Bonus
No matter which way you turn you're on Algonquin Drive.
Usually street signs have at least two different names on them, but this sign in my hometown of Cranford, New Jersey is unusual in that it has the same street name on all four sides.

 -  Responses Sought – European Electronic Toll Service Survey – European Commission

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