Wednesday, February 15, 2017

Wednesday, February 15, 2017

Transportation Communications Newsletter

Wednesday, February 15, 2017 - Cranford, New Jersey

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1) Bodegraven-Reeuwijk, The Netherlands Launches Traffic Light for Zombie Smartphone Users
HIG news release (in Dutch)


2) Massachusetts Legislator Says All-Electronic Tolling Privacy Bill Poses ‘Grave Danger to Public Safety’ as Written


3) DARPA Discovers ‘GPS-Like’ Undersea Drone Connectivity


4) Profile: Alaska Department of Transportation and Public Facilities - Interview with Commissioner Marc Luiken


5) National Railways of Zimbabwe’s Centralized Train Control System Has ‘Collapsed’

6) Canadian Pacific Campaign Calls for More Locomotive Video, Voice Recorders


7) Cost of New York Tourism Signs at Center of Federal-State Spat: $8.1 Million


8) You Can Now Pay for Gas from Inside Your Jaguar

9) HERE Brings the Network Effect
Strategy Analytics blog


10) Here’s What Transport for London Learned from Tracking Your Phone

11) ATRA Pulse - February 2017


12) US House Gets Serious About Driverless Cars

13) US Department of Energy Gives Southwest Research Institute Nearly $3 Million for ‘Connected’ Cars

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