Friday, November 4, 2016

Friday, November 4, 2016

Transportation Communications Newsletter

Friday, November 4, 2016 – Caldwell, New Jersey


1) FAA Warns of Inaccurate ETAs in Oceanic Airspace
Link to AINonline article

2) Dubai Testing Drone Detectors After Several Airport Incursions
Link to Reuters article

3) Buffalo Airport Provides Videophones for Hearing Impaired
Link to WKBW-TV story


4) Pedestrians May Run Rampant in a World of Self-Driving Cars
Link to University of California article


5) Red-Light Cameras Save Children's Lives, Study Finds
Link to Washington Post article


6) Are the I-80 SMART Corridors in California Easing Traffic Congestion?
Link to KRON-TV story


7) Port of Hueneme Shows Off Technology During Open House
Link to Ventura County Star article


8) Swiss Federal Railways to Halt Printing of Official Timetable
Link to SWI article

9) Tech Partners 'Front and Center' in New South Wales Transport Overhaul
Link to ARN article

10) 'One-Click' Resource Aims to Meet Veterans' Transportation Needs
Link to Next City article

11) Arizona DOT Improving Crash-Reporting Methods for Better Efficiency
Link to KJZZ Radio story


12) Canada Plans to Install Recorders in Locomotive Cabs
Link to Reuters article
Link to news release

13) Wi-Fi on Amtrak's Acela Express Trains Shifts Into Faster Gear
Link to Washington Post article
Link to news release


14) Michigan DOT Reality Check: Why is MDOT Replacing Perfectly Good Signs?
Link to MDOT video


15) New Florida Highway Patrol Alert System Shows Wrong-Way Driving is Soaring
Link to WKMG-TV story


16) Meet the Voice You Hear Every Time Your Ride Ottawa Public Transit
Link to Ottawa Citizen article


17) Atlanta Helps Steer Development of Driverless Cars
Link to WABE Radio story

News Releases

Friday Bonus
Japanese road signs may leave you scratching your head.

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