Tuesday, September 13, 2016

Tuesday, September 13, 2016

Transportation Communications Newsletter

Tuesday, September 13, 2016 – Cranford, New Jersey


1) Survey Says: It Pays to Know What Airport Customers Are Thinking
Link to Airport Improvement article


2) Oxford Test Drives Peer-to-Peer Bikesharing
Link to CityLab article


3) 3D Road Mapping Underpins Japan's Tech-Heavy Olympics Push
Link to CNET article


4) How IT is Transforming Transport
Link to Engineering and Technology Magazine article


5) New Web Address Coming for Florida DOT
Link to Palm Beach Post article


6) Death by Train: Railroads, Metra and Suicides
Link to Chicago Transportation Journal article

7) Technology and Training Improve Rail Safety
Link to Huffington Post blog


8) New Mobile App Issues Verbal Safety Warnings to Edmonton Drivers
Link to Canadian Underwriter article
Link to news release

9) Michigan Congressman Wants NHTSA to Look at Vehicle Hacking
Link to Detroit Free Press


10) Total Transit Launches New Rideshare App in Phoenix
Link to Phoenix Business Journal article


11) Sydney Public Transport Users Offered Complaints App
Link to iTnews article

12) Keolis Tests Virtual Reality Glasses to Reduce MBTA Repair Time
Link to Progressive Railroading article
Link to news release

13) Every Advert in a London Underground Station Replaced with Cat Photos
Link to Metro article


14) Report: Cars Will Make Up 98% of Mobile-to-Mobile Traffic by 2021
Link to Computerworld article

15) McKinsey Study: Driverless Tech to Boost Truck Market
Link to automotiveIT International article

16) Uber Hires Tesla Mapping Pioneer as It Builds Its Team to Take on Google
Link to San Francisco Business Times article

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