Wednesday, September 7, 2016

Wednesday, September 7, 2016

Transportation Communications Newsletter

Wednesday, September 7, 2016 – Cranford, New Jersey


1) AT&T Powers a Bike as Smart as Your Phone
Link to CNET article

2) Digital Signage Takes Wayfinding to the Next Level
Link to Aviation Pros blog


3) Red-Light Camera Refunds at Issue in Florida Court Fight
Link to News Service of Florida article


4) Electric, Driverless Freight Shuttle Might Solve Trucking-Related Problems in Texas
Link to FutureStructure article


5) GPS Lite: Keeping Tabs on Cargo at the Port
Link to GPS World article


6) ITS World Congress Hall of Fame Winners Announced
Link to ITS International article

7) Smart Highways – Volume 4, #3
Link to magazine


8) Mobility-as-a-Service: The Digital Transformation of Transportation
Link to eGov Innovation article


9) Maryland Driver's Ed Program to Include Segment on How to Interact with Police During Traffic Stop
Link to Bel Air Patch article
Link to news release


10) Austin, Texas-Area Residents Upset by Blue Logo Signs Along Highway
Link to Austin American-Statesman article


11) Survey: Cyber Security Breaches Top Risk for Transportation Industry
Link to Port Technology article


12) Rideshare, Taxi Accidents Happen in Chicago, So Why is Data Hard to Get?
Link to RedEye Chicago column


13) South Australia Plans to Trial Smartphone Public Transport Payments
Link to Australian Broadcasting Corporation story

14) MBTA Says This is the Best Transit App for Greater Boston Riders
Link to WBUR Radio story
Link to news release


15) Michigan Moves to Not Require Human in Self-Driving Test Cars
Link to AP article

16) From Mercedes, a Fully Connected Concept Van
Link to automotiveIT International
Link to news release

17) Nielsen: 'Connected Cars' Are Still a Mystery to Many Consumers
Link to Radio Magazine article

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