Wednesday, November 23, 2016

Wednesday, November 23, 2016

Transportation Communications Newsletter

Wednesday, November 23, 2016 – Cranford, New Jersey


1) FAA Investigating Why Boise Airport Tower Stopped Responding Saturday Morning
Link to Idaho Statesman article

2) Paris Charles de Gaulle Airport Launches First European Runway Status Light System
Link to Air Traffic Management article

3) How Much Should Air Traffic Controllers Trust New Fight Management Systems?
Link to The Conversation article

4) The Appeal of Airport Advertising in the UK
Link to Airport World blog


5) Prosecutions Down After Traffic Camera Switch Off in West Midlands, UK
Link to ITV News story

6) Cyprus Looks to Bring Back Speed Cameras Under New Funding Model
Link to Cyprus Mail article


7) New Vehicles in India to Come Equipped with Digital Tag for Toll Payments
Link to PTI article


8) Dwell Times to Be Published Monthly at Ports of Los Angeles and Long Beach
Link to American Shipper article
Link to news release


9) High-Tech Transportation World Hopeful for Trump Administration
Link to Politico article

10) Validated, a New App, Gets You Around Seattle for Free
Link to Seattle Magazine article


11) NHTSA Seeks a Driver Mode to Block Apps
Link to New York Times article


12) UAE Companies Turning to Technology to Keep Track of Drivers and Improve Road Safety
Link to The National article


13) Oklahoma City Creating Communications Plan to Keep Public, Businesses Informed During Streetcar Construction
Link to Oklahoman article

14) High-Tech Bus Stations Debut in Downtown San Diego
Link to San Diego Union-Tribune article

15) New York MTA Rejects Transit Union's Subway Ad Showing Injured Workers
Link to Gothamist article

16) Calgary Transit Still Trying to Find Suitable Electronic Fare Solution
Link to CBC News story

17) Anatomy of Maryland Metro Subway Shutdown, Reconstruction
Link to Metro Magazine article


18) Colorado DOT Installs Touchscreens at Ski Areas with Weather, Traffic Info
Link to KUSA-TV story


19) Industry Weighs In on Driverless Car Guidelines
Link to The Hill article

20) Kawasaki's Next-Gen Motorcycle Will Use AI to Communicate with Its Rider
Link to DNA article

News Releases

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