Thursday, September 15, 2016

Thursday, September 15, 2016

Transportation Communications Newsletter
Thursday, September 15, 2016 – Long Hill, New Jersey

1) European Organizations Agree on ATC Communications Initiative
Link to Air Transport World article
2) Taiwan Seeks Admission to International Aviation Forum
Link to Washington Free Beacon article
3) New York City Launches Initiative to Teach Schoolchildren Traffic Safety Tips
Link to Daily News article
4) Washington Area Bicyclists Association Designing a Regional Bike Lane Map to Inform a More Equitable Network
Link to Mobility Lab article
5) Staten Island Ferry Terminals Now Offer USB Charging Stations, Outlets
Link to amNew York article
6) 'Good Samaritan' Helpline in India Gets No Calls
Link to Times of India article
7) IBM: Cognitive Computing Key to Railroads' Ability to Thrive in 2025
Link to Progressive Railroading article
8) New Jersey Transit Must Notify Riders of Service Cuts Under New Law
Link to Asbury Park Press article
9) Five Minutes with Allyson Teevan, Marketing and Communications Manager at Alexandria Transit Company (DASH)
Link to SmartRail World article
10) Connected Traffic Signal Systems Reduce Congestion and Costs for Sonoma County, California
Link to Roads & Bridges article
11) Boston to Test Self-Driving Cars on the City's Streets
Link to WBUR Radio story
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