Wednesday, October 5, 2016

Wednesday, October 5, 2016

Transportation Communications Newsletter

Wednesday, October 5, 2016 – Cranford, New Jersey


1) Mobile Tower to Support Remote Tower Tests at Leesburg, Virginia Airport
Link to AINonline article

2) New Signs Aim to Fix Name Confusion for Destin-Fort Walton Beach Airport
Link to Northwest Florida Daily News article

3) Albany, New York Airport App Would Ease Parking, Travel
Link to Times Union article


4) Underground Infrastructure Mapping Technology Launches in Chicago
Link to Construction Equipment article


5) Massachusetts Officials Want to Keep Data on How Fast You Drove for 30 Days
Link to Boston Globe article

6) New York Governor: 'Open Road' Tolling Coming to All MTA Bridges, Tunnels
Link to Newsday article
Link to news release


7) National Highways Authority of India to Use ITS To Manage Traffic on Delhi-Gurgaon Expressway
Link to Times of India article


8) Abu Dhabi Ports Launches Digital Vessel Management System
Link to Gulf News article


9) Wuhan, China Rewards Traffic Violation 'Whistleblowers'
Link to Xinhua article

10) Bogotá, Colombia Launches New Drink Driving Campaign
Link to ITS International article

11) New CEO Video Series Targets Arizona DOT Employees
Link to Talking Transportation blog

12) USDOT Wants to Know, What's Your #TranspoStory?
Link to USDOT's Fast Lane blog


13) Changes to DC Metro Safety Oversight Bill to Boost Public Access
Link to WTOP Radio story

14) Tips on Using Facebook Live for Transportation Engagement
Link to Talking Transportation blog


15) Wi-Fi Offerings Get a Boost on Raleigh-Charlotte Rail Revamp
Link to Triangle Business Journal article


16) Study: Nijntje Traffic Signs Make Dutch Motorists Slow Down
Link to NL Times article


17) FBI Helps Illinois Police with Traffic Stops Video
Link to Rock River Times article

18) Public Perception of Safety Messages and Public Service Announcements on Dynamic Message Signs in Rural Areas
Link to report


19) Jukeboxes at Some Atlanta Bars Can Help You Figure Out a Ride Home
Link to Atlanta Journal-Constitution article


20) Montgomery County, Maryland Using Fire Trucks to Block Traffic from First Responders at Crash Scenes
Link to WRC-TV story


21) Greater Cleveland RTA Bringing Connected Vehicle Technology to Its Bus Fleet
Link to Plain Dealer article


22) Kansas Turnpike Authority Changes Alert System After Confusion Over Tornado Warning
Link to WIBW Radio story

23) Alert System, Interactive Map Part of Sandy Springs, Georgia's New Traffic Tools
Link to Sandy Springs Reporter article

24) Transportation Management Center Video Recording and Archiving Best General Practices
Link to FHWA report


25) US Transportation Secretary Says Automakers Will Back Self-Driving Car Oversight
Link to Reuters article

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