Tuesday, November 1, 2016

Tuesday, November 1, 2016

Transportation Communications Newsletter

Tuesday, November 1, 2016 – Cranford, New Jersey


1) TRB's Airport Cooperative Research Program Ambassadors: Sharing Research Peer-to-Peer
Link to ACRP publication


2) Transport Canada Making Back-Up Cameras Mandatory in New Cars Starting May 2018
Link to Canadian Press article
Link to news release


3) E-ZPass Massachusetts Customer Service Overloaded
Link to Republican article


4) Intelligent Vehicles in the Outer Rim with Professor Felipe Jimenez
Link to IEEE ITS Podcast

5) Avaya Exec: 'Infrastructure Holds the Key to Success of Smart City Projects'
Link to BusinessLine article

6) Open Source Application Development Portal Adds More ITS Applications for Download
Link to further details


7) Wage Theft Hotline Hits Home with California Port Drivers
Link to Next City article

8) Call for Maritime Big Data Connectivity Standards
Link to Global Trade article


9) Electronic Sign Message Posted by Ferry Operator Called Sexist and Racist
Link to WXYZ-TV story


10) Pittsburgh-Area Transit Agency Kicks Off Marketing Effort on New Fare Policy
Link to Trib Live article

11) New Tools Outline Transportation Planning Impacts, Look to Boost Resident Engagement
Link to Mobility Lab article

12) Florida TV Station Says State Sells Driver Records Without Knowing How Information Will Be Used
Link to WTVT-TV story


13) Ex-Lehigh Valley Railroad Employee Revisits Train Line on Amtrak Autumn Express
Link to Transportation Radio interview
Link to news release

14) Arriva UK Trains and the Digital Train Program
Link to Business Review Europe blog

15) Siemens' 'The Magazine' – Rail Goes Digital
Link to magazine


16) In Michigan, Highway Sign Is at Center of Unusual Trademark Dispute
Link to story on NPR's Morning Edition

17) Bluetooth Monitoring Devices Coming to I-10 in Florida
Link to ECB Publishing article

18) Some Texas Residents Upset with Logo Guide Signs Along Loop 360
Link to KEYE-TV story


19) Indian Transport App Allows Citizens to Report Traffic Rule Violations
Link to Times of India article


20) Growth of Mobile Ticketing Adds Flexibility to Transit Solutions
Link to Mobility Lab article


21) Planning for Transportation Systems Management and Operations Within Corridors: A Desk Reference
Link to FHWA publication


22) Volvo Won't Mark Its First Self-Driving Cars to Avoid Trolling by Humans
Link to TechCrunch article

News Releases

 -  Request for Partners – Sharing and Utilizing Traffic Signal Data to Support Automated Vehicle and Other Applications – North Central Texas Council of Governments

Upcoming Events
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