Thursday, January 26, 2017

Thursday, January 26, 2017

Transportation Communications Newsletter

Thursday, January 26, 2017 - Cranford, New Jersey

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1) Digital Wizardry Featured in Contenders for Aircraft Cabin Awards
Crystal Cabin Award Association news release


2) Ban on Traffic Enforcement Cameras Advance in Iowa Senate

3) Winnipeg Addresses Privacy Concerns Surrounding New Traffic Center


4) Uber’s Self-Driving Cars Are Back in California, But with Humans at the Wheel and Gathering Map Data


5) Using GPS Data to Battle Truck Bottlenecks


6) Implications of BeiDou Explored in US Congressional Report


7) Wearable Sensor Device Helps Visually Impaired to Sense Their Environment

8) A Computer Program that Learns How to Save Fuel
University of California, Riverside news release


9) From Parking to Farming, Applications for Narrowband-IoT Are Heading Out Into the Real World


10) How Immersive Virtual Reality Can Be a Boon to City Planners


11) Secretly Recorded Audio: Cleveland Airport Manager Warns Staff ‘Penalties Will Be Great’ for Media Leaks

12) Hong Kong Transport Chief Criticized for Appearing Not to Understand What Open Data Means

13) Long-Time TV Reporter Takes Birmingham Jefferson County Transit Authority Communication Job


14) Confusion, Miscommunication Reigned in Minutes Prior to Fatal Amtrak Chester, Pennsylvania Train Crash

15) Reporter, Romance Novelist Balances Both During Amtrak Writer Residency


16) Tostitos’ New Bag Wants to Fight Drunk Post-Super Bowl Driving

17) App Offers Pizza and Coffee to Young People Who Drive Safely


18) In the Connected Car, Microsoft Wants Cortana in Driver’s Seat

19) Telefónica to Provide Hertz Mexico with Smart Mobility System


20) Railroad and Truckers Oppose Proposed Montana Hazmat Response Task Force


21) These New Transit Signs Could Save Chicago Billions of Dollars

22) Houston Metro Approves Performance Report Calling for Public Image Improvement

23) University at Buffalo Study Finds Twitter Data Could Improve Subway Operations During Big Events

24) Miami-Dade Getting Free Wi-Fi at 300 Kiosks and on Public Buses and Trains

25) New Seat Alert App for Pregnant Commuters
Babee on Board further information

26) Infographic Looks at How Bus Ridership Can Be Improved


27) Philadelphia Traffic Operations Center Improves Transportation Management

28) BBC Travel Website Closing in February as BBC Tries to Save £15 Million
BBC blog


29) First New Zealand Autonomous Vehicle Demonstration Kicks Off at Christchurch Airport

30) Ohio State University Gets Grant to Study Autonomous Vehicles

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