Monday, March 27, 2017

Monday, March 27, 2017

Transportation Communications Newsletter

Monday, March 27, 2017 - Cranford, New Jersey

Eberle Design Inc.’s 2018KCLip Signal Monitor Eliminates Need for Diode Program Cards

The Eberle Design Inc. 2018KCLip Signal Monitor is configured with a removable data key memory device that contains all the monitor set-up information and completely eliminates the need for a diode program card, soldered jumpers and DIP switches. It provides 18 channels and is configured for operation with a 2070 Controller Unit. It provides all the features of the 2010ECL model as well as minimum flash capabilities for 2070 boot capability and enhanced clearance monitoring. The unit also includes support for Flashing Yellow Arrow (FYA) operation. To learn more about EDI’s 2018KCLip, contact EDI Sales Director Jon Muilenberg at


1) How Two Teens in Leggings Became a PR Mess for United Airlines

2) Flybe Fined for Sending Emails
UK Information Commissioner’s Office news release


3) With an Average of 17 Traffic-Related Deaths Every Hour, Comic Writer Fights for Walkability and Safety in Delhi

4) Honolulu City Council Member Proposes Banning Use of Electronic Devices for Pedestrians


5) EU Transport Chief Calls for European Car Toll System
Welt am Sonntag article (in German)


6) Project Will Bring New Technology to New Hampshire’s Everett Turnpike
Tilson news release

7) MotionMap Wants to Make Transport Better, Faster and Easier in Cambridge, UK
MotionMap website

8) Mobility Rush 17


9) US, Russia Join Six Arctic States in Pact to Cooperate in Maritime Emergencies
US Coast Guard news release


10) Alexa, Can You Tell Me About GSA’s Virtual Assistant Pilot?

11) Nova Scotia Bans Man’s Last Name from License Plate


12) This Tech Firm is Disrupting the Way You Pay Traffic Tickets


13) Special Seat on Mexico City Metro Part of Campaign Against Sexual Harassment


14) Tacoma Telegraph Operators Kept Trains On Track and On Time


15) Minnesota DOT’s ‘Message Monday’ Signs Grab Drivers’ Attention


16) Etiquette Campaigns Seek to Educate Riders Not All Disabilities Are Visible

17) Red. Purple. Green: Why We Use Colors to Name Our Transit Lines


18) Oklahoma DOT Electronic Message Boards Keep Residents Informed

19) Atlanta Braves to Monitor Traffic from Inside Ballpark


20) Uber’s Self-Driving Cars Back on the Road After Friday Crash in Tempe

21) Study: DC-Area Drivers Turned Off by Lane Departure Alerts

22) North Dakota State University Team Works to Create Cybersecurity Systems for Self-Driving Cars

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