Wednesday, November 16, 2016

Wednesday, November 16, 2016

Transportation Communications Newsletter

Wednesday, November 16, 2016 – Cranford, New Jersey


1) No Price Tag, End Date for FAA's NextGen Plan
Link to AP article

2) FAA Tests Antidrone Tech at Denver International Airport
Link to CNET article
Link to news release

3) Echodyne's Radar Could Finally Make Delivery Drones Legal
Link to Inverse article


4) Indiana Launches Predictive Crash Tool for Citizens, First Responders
Link to Government Technology article


5) New Education Program Helps Keep Indianapolis Pedestrians Safer
Link to WRTV-TV story


6) Orange County Transportation Authority to Produce Safety Videos to Combat Pedestrian, Bicyclist Deaths and Injuries
Link to Orange County Register article


7) Major Alterations Ahead for Truck Telematics Landscape
Link to Fleet Owner article

8) Toyota Plans Telematics to Improve Safety, Convenience
Link to Asahi Shimbun article

9) Navistar to Create 'Open' Truck Telematics Ecosystem
Link to Fleet Owner article


10) Wisconsin Freeway Service Teams Help Stranded Travelers
Link to Journal Sentinel article


11) DC Metro Testing Technology Bands for Improved Worker Safety
Link to WRC-TV story

12) New York MTA to Install Subway Countdown Clocks on All Lettered Lines
Link to amNew York article

13) MBTA Investigating Why Keolis Crew Did Not Report Train Hitting Post
Link to Boston Globe article

14) Port Authority Bus Terminal, New York's 'Most Hated Building' Gets a Baby Grand
Link to New York Times article

15) Transit Wire Survey Sees Shift in Fare Collection in Coming Years
Link to Transit Wire article

16) UK's National Express to Launch Film and TV Service for Coach Passengers
Link to Express & Star article

17) How Transit Agencies Can Improve Communications
Link to blog in Mass Transit


18) NHTSA Chief: 'Fully Self-Driving Cars' Decades Away
Link to The Hill article

19) At Intel, a Greater Focus on Autonomous Driving
Link to automotiveIT International article

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