Tuesday, March 7, 2017

Tuesday, March 7, 2017

Transportation Communications Newsletter

Tuesday, March 7, 2017 - Cranford, New Jersey

Econolite Career opportunity!

Does being at the core of innovation with a leading-edge technology company, that is making a positive impact on the future of mobility, sound like a career path for you? If so, Econolite is offering this unique leadership opportunity as the Director, Sales (Eastern Region). The successful candidate will be a proven leader who has extensive and successful experience in selling technical solutions, primarily to the government sector. He/she must be a strong collaborator who enjoys working with others to find solutions for the customers we serve. Above all, he/she must be a trusted leader who has what it takes to grow the business for the undisputed leader in traffic management software and to take customer satisfaction to the next level.
Econolite continues to be a pioneer and leading provider of comprehensive traffic management solutions, including the development and deployment of connected and autonomous vehicle technologies.
We will consider candidates in the Eastern Region. Learn more and apply today via the following link.


1) In the Battle Over Who Controls US Airspace, It’s Big Lobbyists vs. Small Airports

2) Airways New Zealand Replaces Air Traffic Management System with $58 Million Upgrade
Airways New Zealand news release

3) Bermuda Hosts Aviation Safety Meeting

4) FAA Rolls Out Text Messaging System at South Florida Airports to Limit Tarmac Delays


5) Female Traffic Light Signals to Go Up at Melbourne Pedestrian Crossings in Gender Equality Push


6) More Problems for Drivers with Massachusetts’ New Electronic Tolling


7) Traditional Trucking Meets the ‘Sharing Economy’ with Miami Tech Startup Cargo42
Link to Cargo42

8) Trailer Tracking Suppliers Look to Deliver New Insights


9) GPS Disruption a Full-Fledged Aviation Problem

10) TomTom Banks on Partnerships to Help Drivers Escape Traffic Jams

11) Traffic Dodging Apps Divert Traffic onto Local Streets in Honolulu


12) Australian Government Invests in New ITS Research Center
ITS Australia news release

13) ITS Increasingly Important for Institute of Highway Engineers


14) India Offers to Host Information Center for Maritime Security of Indian Ocean


15) Consider the Alternatives to Travel Smarter


16) USDOT Tweeting 72% More Since Inauguration Day, Biggest Increase Among Federal Departments

17) Funny Signs Hold Serious Messages for Iowa DOT

18) State, Local Officials Question Open Data Directives Under Trump

19) What to Do When Pulled Over: A New Chapter for Driver’s Ed?


20) CDOT Survey Says 22% of Colorado Drivers Admit to Reading Cellphone Messages While Driving


21) You’re Less Likely to Get in an Accident in a Taxi if It’s Yellow, Study Finds


22) Austin Prepares for SXSW Traffic Frenzy
Capital Metro news release


23) Major Upgrade for OnTime Railroad-Scheduling Apps


24) South Korean Consortium on Autonomous Driving to be Launched Soon

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