Thursday, January 19, 2017

Thursday, January 19, 2017

Transportation Communications Newsletter

Thursday, January 19, 2017 - Cranford, New Jersey

AECOM is actively seeking creative and talented Traffic Engineers to join our Philadelphia, PA office where candidates can look forward to contributing to multi-disciplinary project teams on small & large-scale highway improvement and traffic engineering projects. Responsibilities include: Working with an ever-increasing level of responsibility, as part of a team and also independently in evaluating and applying TE principles, standards, and criteria. Minimum Requirements include: Bachelor’s degree in Civil Engineering or related field; Junior TE 2+ yrs./ Senior TE 5+ years of experience; Preferred Experience: Traffic Signal Design & Traffic Modeling; PennDOT/PA Turnpike projects; TE studies/analysis; Driver’s License. What We Offer: AECOM is a place where you can put your innovative thinking and engineering skills into high gear and work alongside other highly motivated people. It's a place where you can apply your skills to some of the world's most challenging, interesting, and meaningful projects. It's a place that values the diversity of our people and our areas of practice. It's what makes AECOM a great place to work and grow. Come join us!


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2) Website Created to Return Lost Bags Following Fort Lauderdale Airport Shooting
Broward County news release


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4) Digital Signs Could Become the Next Tool for Smart Cities

5) Feds Launch Mobile App for Tracking Rail and Other Regulations


6) Transport for London Upgrades Transport Planning Tool


7) Austin's Capital Metro Wants to Change Perception of Public Transit

8) Singapore Commuters Can Now Pay for Public Transport with EZ-Link Wearables

9) Boulder County, Colorado to Install ‘Real-Time’ Bus Info Signs at Some RTD Stops
Boulder County news release


10) Nevada DOT to Use New Active Traffic Management System for Next Phase of Project Neon


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12) Tesla’s Crash Rate Dropped 40% After Autopilot Was Installed, Feds Say

13) Developers of Automotive Software Want Hackers to Find Its Flaws

14) What Car Buyers Want Today: The Latest Tech

15) USDOT Releases V2I Deployment Guidance and Resources

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