Wednesday, September 14, 2016

Wednesday, September 14, 2016

Transportation Communications Newsletter

Wednesday, September 14, 2016 – Cranford, New Jersey


1) Southwest Airlines Mechanics Take to Radio Ads to Discredit CEO
Link to Chicago Business Journal article


2) Google Maps Reportedly Starts Showing Speed Limits During Navigation
Link to The Verge article


3) Massachusetts Transportation Secretary Says Car-Tracking Technology to Be Used Only in Emergencies
Link to Boston Herald article


4) Connected Cars and Big Data Set Creative Intelligent Transportation Wheels in Motion
Link to DigiTimes blog


5) Bern, Switzerland Train Station Gets Traffic Lights – for Pedestrians
Link to The Local article


6) Wyoming DOT Announces Grant for Continued Deployment of Connected Vehicle Technology
Link to Casper Star-Tribune article
Link to news release

7) Drone Test on the Ohio Turnpike for Bridge Inspection Work
Link to WTVG-TV story

8) Slower Traffic Keep Right: Oklahoma DOT Approves New Signs
Link to Norman Transcript article


9) Volkswagen Founds Automotive Cybersecurity Firm
Link to automotiveIT International article


10) No Fix for TriMet Tickets App Three Weeks After Android Update
Link to Oregonian article

11) National Transit Map Seeks to Close the Transit Data Gap
Link to FutureStructure article


12) Cobb County, Georgia Approves New Digital Message Signs and Traffic Cameras
Link to Marietta Daily Journal article

13) Massachusetts to Test First 'Dynamic Merge' Highway Sign in Pilot Program
Link to Boston Business Journal article

14) New Miami-Dade Control Center Battles Traffic Gridlock
Link to Miami Today article


15) Uber Gives Riders a Preview of the Driverless Future
Link to AP article

16) Google's 'Cozy' Relationship with Driverless-Car Regulators
Link to The Atlantic article

17) Ford Will Offer Driverless Tech to Consumers by 2025
Link to NBC News story

18) Apple, Google May Be Giving Up Automated Driving Efforts 
Link to Strategy Analytics blog

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