Wednesday, February 1, 2017

Wednesday, February 1, 2017

Transportation Communications Newsletter

Wednesday, February 1, 2017 - Cranford, New Jersey

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1) Denver Airport Says Spontaneous Protests Aren’t Allowed

2) Hong Kong’s New Air Traffic Control System Overcomes Teething Pains to Handle Lunar New Year Surge

3) Can Current Air Traffic Control Systems Be Used to Track Drone Movements?

4) Smart Airports and the Importance of Data


5) The Self-Driving Car’s Bicycle Problem


6) Smart Transportation Is Key in Ohio Governor's Budget

7) Abu Dhabi Approves ‘Intelligent’ Transport System in Al Ain

8) Illinois Opens RFP for Smarter Cities
Illinois RFP


9) Shipping Industry Vulnerable to Cyber Attacks and GPS Jamming


10) Australia’s National Transport Commission Calls for Big Data Sets, Better Analytics to Improve Transport Systems


11) Violent Pedestrian Ad Intended to Hit Hard


12) Baltimore's Penn Station Selected to Pilot Amtrak's Improved Wi-Fi Network
Amtrak news release


13) Pavement Management Systems: Putting Data to Work


14) German Bus Company Provides Free Books on Board for Riders to Read
Additional information from VHH (in German)

15) Transit Agencies Tweet Support for Airport Protesters

16) Cincinnati Streetcar Arrival Signs Should Be Working Now

17) White Paper Sets Out ‘Game Changer’ Role for NFC in Public Transport Ticketing

18) PBS Documentary Looks at the Creation of the Boston Subway, America’s First


19) Tesla Testing Self-Driving Cars on California Roads

20) Central Florida Partnership Will Simulate, Test Connected Vehicles
City of Orlando news release

21) Pittsburgh Mayor Jabs Uber Over Trump Connection, Airport Protest

22) Data Standard for Autonomous Navigation Wanted

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