Monday, October 3, 2016

Monday, October 3, 2016

Transportation Communications Newsletter
Monday, October 3, 2016 – Keene, New Hampshire

Eberle Design Inc.’s 2018KCLip Signal Monitor Eliminates Need for Diode Program Cards

The Eberle Design Inc. 2018KCLip Signal Monitor is configured with a removable data key memory device that contains all the monitor set-up information and completely eliminates the need for a diode program card, soldered jumpers and DIP switches. It provides 18 channels and is configured for operation with a 2070 Controller Unit. It provides all the features of the 2010ECL model as well as minimum flash capabilities for 2070 boot capability and enhanced clearance monitoring. The unit also includes support for Flashing Yellow Arrow (FYA) operation. To learn more about EDI’s 2018KCLip, contact EDI Sales Director Jon Muilenberg at

1) New App Shows Free Airport Wi-Fi - with Passwords - Around the World
Link to Condé Nast Traveler article

2) Airports Are Cutting Back on Free Wi-Fi
Link to Travel + Leisure article

3) Eagle-Eyed MMDA Workers to Monitor Manila-Area Traffic Cameras
Link to Inquirer article
4) Apple Maps Now Include All of Amtrak’s Routes in North America
Link to MacRumors article

5) Some Drivers Braking Under New Open-Road Tolling Gantries on Massachusetts Turnpike
Link to Boston Globe article

6) PrePass Provider Introduces Safety Data Analytics Tool
Link to Transport Topics article
7) Rhode Island Traffic Tribunal Rules Use of Phone’s GPS Function While Driving is Illegal
Link to WPRI-TV story

8) Robot Customs Officers Debut in South China Ports
Link to Xinhua article

9) New Zealand Changes Maritime Radio Frequencies
Link to Sun Media article
Link to news release
10) US Transportation Secretary Tours International Transportation Innovation Center in South Carolina
Link to Greenville News article
11) NTSB Official: One Black Box Not Working on New Jersey Transit Train that Crashed
Link to Record article
12) China Deploys Drones in Holiday Traffic Patrols
Link to Xinhua article
13) Some Ford Cars to Link with Amazon’s Alexa Home Voice System
Link to Reuters article
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