Monday, August 22, 2016

Monday, August 22, 2016

Transportation Communications Newsletter

Monday, August 22, 2016 – Cranford, New Jersey

Eberle Design Inc.’s 2018KCLip Signal Monitor Eliminates Need for Diode Program Cards

The Eberle Design Inc. 2018KCLip Signal Monitor is configured with a removable data key memory device that contains all the monitor set-up information and completely eliminates the need for a diode program card, soldered jumpers and DIP switches. It provides 18 channels and is configured for operation with a 2070 Controller Unit. It provides all the features of the 2010ECL model as well as minimum flash capabilities for 2070 boot capability and enhanced clearance monitoring. The unit also includes support for Flashing Yellow Arrow (FYA) operation. To learn more about EDI’s 2018KCLip, contact EDI Sales Director Jon Muilenberg at


1) Turkey Airport Ad Warns Against Visiting Sweden Due to Rape
Link to AP article

2) San Diego Airport's Multifunctional Beacon App Streamlines Flying
Link to Mobile Marketer article

3) Airports Must Collaborate and Build Trust with Communities to Address Noise
Link to Airport World article


4) Dubai Police to Deploy High-Tech Cameras to Detect Variety of Traffic Violations
Link to Emirates 24|7 article


5) New Massachusetts Toll Gantries Can Send Authorities Alerts
Link to Boston Globe article

6) Open-Road Tolling on Massachusetts Turnpike Set to Start in October
Link to WBZ Radio story


7) Detroit Mail Boat is the Only Floating ZIP Code in the US
Link to New York Times article


8) What Happens When a Group of Transit Wonks 'Play with Traffic'?
Link to Washington Post article

9) Could Data Help Solve Seattle's Transportation Challenges?
Link to GeekWire article


10) Indian Railways Approves Wi-Fi Services from Center for Development of Telematics
Link to Economic Times article


11) Calgary's $295 Million Airport Tunnel Short on Traffic Data Two Years After Opening
Link to Calgary Herald article

12) Shanghai Road Authority Considers Removing English Content from Traffic Signs
Link to Shanghai Daily article


13) German Minister Wants Facial Recognition Systems at Airports, Train Stations
Link to Reuters article
Link to original article in Bild am Sonntag (in German)


14) Know English? For New York Cabdrivers, That's No Longer Required
Link to New York Times article

15) Massachusetts to Tax Ride-Hailing Apps, Give Money to Taxis
Link to Reuters article


16) Sound Transit Improperly Sent 173,000 ORCA Card Users' Info to Political Campaign
Link to Seattle Times article

17) Finland to Develop One-Ticket Mobility Service Network
Link to Eltis article

18) Sacramento Light Rail Agency Wants to Make Station 'Naming Rights' Deals
Link to Sacramento Bee article


19) Trafi, the App that Promises More Accurate Traffic Info, Is Now in the US
Link to Digital Trends article

20) Alphabet vs. Radio: Traffic Info Smackdown
Link to SemiWiki article


21) How Listening to Our Cars Will Improve the Driving Experience
Link to SmartDataCollective blog

News Releases

Upcoming Events
Airport Security 2016 – September 27-28 – London

The Transportation Communications Newsletter (ISSN 1529-1057) is published electronically Monday through Friday. 
For a free subscription or to unsubscribe, please contact me at
Become a TCN fan on Facebook and follow on Twitter @TransportComm.

Questions, comments about the TCN?  Please write the editor, Bernie Wagenblast at     
© 2016 Bernie Wagenblast Communications, LLC

1 Aberdeen Ct., Cranford, NJ 07016

No comments: