Monday, February 6, 2017

Monday, February 6, 2017

Transportation Communications Newsletter

Monday, February 6, 2017 - Cranford, New Jersey

Reno A&E Introduces MMU2-1600GE and MMU2-1600G Monitors

Reno A&E (RAE) introduces two intersection Malfunction Management Units, (MMU), that are setting new standards in reliability and functionality. The RAE MMU2-1600GE and MMU2-1600G monitors are fully compliant with the recently updated NEMA TS2:2003 (R2008) Standard for Traffic Controller Assemblies, (Amendment #4-2012). MMU2-1600GE and MMU2-1600G include a built-in configuration wizard to quickly and accurately configure the monitor for standard 8-phase, dual-ring operation. To receive more information on the new MMU2-1600GE and MMU2-1600G models, please call us today at +1.775.826.2020 and visit


1) Drones Help Expand World’s Busiest Airport
3DR blog


2) California DOT Deploys New Lights, Cameras to Try to Stop Wrong-Way Freeway Drivers
Caltrans video

3) Chicago to Get $20 Million from Firm at Center of Red-Light Camera Bribery

4) Cameras Can Speed Cities to Improving Pedestrian Safety


5) Google Maps for Android Now Gives One-Swipe Access to Real-Time Commute Data


6) Australia on the Move: How GPS Keeps Up with a Continent in Constant Motion


7) Montreal Sees Its Future in Smart Sensors, Artificial Intelligence


8) Tennessee DOT Trolls Former Vols Coach's Video


9) North Carolina Bill Aimed at Educating Motorists about Traffic Stops

10) Ford's New York City 'Hub' Highlights a Transportation Future Beyond Cars


11) Amtrak Partnership Gives Riders Digital Access to Washington Post


12) Korea Expressway Corporation Uses Big Data to Predict Traffic


13) How Universities Use Technology to Provide Safe Transportation

14) Improving the Effectiveness of Smart Work Zone Technologies, Part 2


15) Chevrolet Says In-Car 4G LTE Data Use Jumped Almost 200% in 2016

16) Taiwan, India Sign MOU on Telematics Cooperation


17) Bill Would Create Citizen Advisory Council for Utah Transit Authority

18) BART Looks at Ads, Fees to Cover Shortfall Before Bond Kicks In

19) New York City Commuters Banded Together to Erase Antisemitic Subway Vandalism

20) Retired BART Spokesman Mike Healy Writes Book on Transit Agency’s History
Book’s Amazon page


21) Out-of-Order Traffic Signs Aggravate Congestion in Athens

22) Texas DOT Launches Website to Help Drivers Navigate I-35


23) Toyota, Suzuki to Work Together in Information, Safety Technologies
Suzuki news release

24) Paris Launches Autonomous Vehicle Demonstration

25) California DMV Data Shows Promise for Autonomous Vehicles' Progress

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