Thursday, August 18, 2016

Thursday, August 18, 2016

Transportation Communications Newsletter

Thursday, August 18, 2016 – Cranford, New Jersey


1) TSB: Better Collision Warning Systems Needed at Canadian Airports
Link to Canadian Underwriter article


2) Chattanooga Drivers Ed Program Suspended After Traffic Camera Law
Link to Times Free Press article


3) Young Egyptians Are Leading Cairo's Transit Mapping Revolution
Link to CityLab article


4) Toll Plaza Demolition Along All 32 Massachusetts Turnpike Exits to Start Immediately After New All-Electronic Tolling System Goes Live
Link to MassLive article


5) Trucking in Central Ohio Also to Benefit in Smart Cities Program
Link to Columbus Dispatch article


6) University of Michigan Invests $500,000 in Transportation Technology
Link to MLive article

7) Transport: The Driving Force Behind Contactless Payments in the UK
Link to Finextra article


8) Ontario Liberals Create Secret Panel on Future of New Highway
Link to Toronto Sun article


9) Maine Panel Seeks Changes to Law that Keeps Hazardous Rail Shipments Secret
Link to Maine Center for Public Interest Reporting article


10) Audi's New Technology Is the Beginning of the End of Traffic Lights
Link to MIT Technology Review article


11) New App Connects Centennial, Colorado Residents with Free Lyft Rides to Train Station
Link to Denver Post article
Link to news release


12) KSRTC Launches High-End City Buses in Udupi, Dakshina Kannada
Link to Times of India article

13) Why Are Most Announcements on London's Transport System Made by Women?
Link to CityMetric article

14) Commuter Rail Workers in Boston Are About to Get Bionic Eyes
Link to MIT Technology Review article

15) Los Angeles Metro's Art-Filled Stations Enliven the Transportation Experience
Link to KCET-TV story


16) Tesla's Cars Have Driven 140 Million Miles on Autopilot. Here's How
Link to Wired article

17) Industry and Academia Collide in Autonomous Race
Link to Automotive News article

18) Tesla Isn't Alone with Cars that Can Nearly Drive Themselves
Link to AP article

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