Friday, November 25, 2016

Friday, November 25, 2016

Transportation Communications Newsletter

Friday, November 25, 2016 – Cranford, New Jersey


1) Newspaper: Disasters Loom at Nigerian Airports Over Obsolete Traffic Tools
Link to Guardian article

2) Glitches Are 'Frequent', But New Air Traffic System Requires Time to Stabilize, Says Hong Kong Aviation Regulator
Link to South China Morning Post article

3) Lessons Learned from Airport Crises
Link to Airport World article


4) Indian Roads Ministry Approves Use of Mobile Wallets for Toll Collection
Link to Economic Times article


5) Nashville Needs to Adopt ITS to Handle Growth
Link to commentary in The Tennessean


6) BMW Demonstrates Future Autonomous and Connected Logistics Technologies
Link to Robotics & Automation News article


7) City of Louisville App Provides Real-Time Parking and Traffic Updates for City Events
Link to Courier-Journal article


8) Cranford, New Jersey Police Debut Pedestrian Safety Video
Link to Cranford TV35 video

9) Wyoming, Minnesota Police Take Serious, Yet Comical Approach to Drunk Driving on Twitter
Link to WBRC-TV story


10) Police in Fallon, Nevada Test Using Drone to Find Suicidal Person on Tracks
Link to Nevada Appeal article


11) Do Blue Stripes on Roadways Cross a Line?
Link to LNP article


12) Report: Britain's Transport Sector Needs to Prepare for Cybersecurity Threat
Link to Xinhua article

13) Lawsuit Settlement Could Lead to More Cellphone Bans by Trucking Firms
Link to Post and Courier article

14) Members of Arkansas Road Team Promote Big Rig Safety
Link to Baxter Bulletin article


15) The Humans Behind Those Wisconsin Highway Message Boards
Link to Journal Sentinel article

Friday Bonus
Next summer, why not pay a visit to that little-known New England resort, Cod Cape?

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