Wednesday, December 28, 2016

Wednesday, December 28, 2016

Transportation Communications Newsletter

Wednesday, December 28, 2016 - Cranford, New Jersey

Eberle Design Inc.’s iCITE™ DA-Data Aggregator™ DA-300 Offers Real-Time Traffic & Arterial Data with Cabinet Monitoring

The iCITE™ DA-Data Aggregator™ Model DA-300 provides cost effective remote access to real-time performance measures and traffic data from any isolated or networked intersection or arterial roadway. It easily interfaces with any make or model of traffic cabinet or controller (NEMA, ATCC, or Type 33X), to provide real-time traffic counts and parsed data. It offers Wi-Fi-based roadway network travel time and monitors and reports on mission critical traffic cabinet or intersection faults via SMS or email. The DA-300is also designed to endure temperature extremes and is well suited for solar powered applications. To receive more information, visit or kindly contact Jon Muilenberg, EDI Sales Director, at


1) FAA Gets Ready to Roll Out Safety Management System

2) How Digital Solutions Will Help Design the Smart Airport of the Future


3) Redflex Helps Feds, Avoids Charges in Red-Light Camera Scandal
US Department of Justice news release


4) Rainbow Revamp for Melbourne’s Train Network Map

5) Oklahoma Agencies Announce New Road Condition Map


6) Indian Currency Changes Leads to Increased Electronic Tolling Enrollment


7) After Delays, Europe’s Galileo Satellite System Goes Live

8) German Carmakers Sell 10% Stake in HERE to Chinese Investors

9) Taxi GPS Data Could Unsnarl Traffic in Developing Regions, World Bank Says

10) Google’s Waze Drives in Tunnels: Where Will Be Next?


11) The State of Smart City Technologies in 2016 and Beyond

12) Intelligent Transportation Systems and Connected and Automated Vehicles


13) GE Transportation CEO Jamie Miller: Digital Transformation Requires a Human Touch

14) Ottawa Distillery Changes Logo After Legal Correspondence from Ontario Ministry of Transportation


15) Wilmington, Delaware Losing Money on Parking Meters

16) Real-Time Truck Stop Reservation System Launched in UK

17) Toyota Survey Confirms Benefits of Its Parking Support Technology
Toyota news release


18) Texas DOT to Install ‘Special School Zone’ Signs in South Austin


19) Many Police in South Carolina Not Enforcing Texting-While-Driving Law


20) Tennessee DOT HELP Drivers Assisting Motorists


21) Names of Los Angeles Metro Stations and Bus Lines Now for Sale

22) DC Metro to Install Free Wi-Fi in at Least 50 Rail Stations

23) E-Ticket Launch on Athens Public Transport Delayed

24) DC Metro Considers Adding Background Music to Additional Subway Stations


25) Mesa, Tempe and Gilbert, Arizona to Use Drivers’ Wi-Fi, Bluetooth to Track Traffic

26) Pittsburgh Newspaper Applauds Pennsylvania Efforts to Keep Motorists Informed During Emergencies


27) Europe Kicks Off GSA-Based Autonomous Driving Project

28) NHTSA's Vehicle-to-Vehicle Mandate Could Be DOA

29) Norway Aims to Allow Testing of Self-Driving Cars in 2017
Norwegian Government news release

30) Connected Cars and the IoT Drive Automakers to Invest in Digital Modernization

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