Transportation Communications Newsletter
Friday, May 12, 2017 - Rutland, Vermont
Are Autonomous Vehicles on a Regulatory Collision Course?
On May 16 in Washington, D.C., hear from and talk with federal, state and local regulators on how we can head off a crash.
You can be part of the conversation. The Alliance for Transportation Innovation (ATI21.org) will host leaders from NHTSA, California DMV, Uber, General Motors, Volkswagen and many others, to discuss national policy that will regulate Autonomous Vehicles.
Nobody wants 50 sets of competing standards. The May 16 forum in Washington, D.C. will examine the role of state and local governments, and how they can work with federal agencies to advance Autonomous Vehicles
This critical conversation will tackle the AV community’s concerns about the increasingly unworkable labyrinth of inconsistent laws, regulations and policies at all levels of government.
Be a part of the solution. Be a part of the future. Register by clicking here: http://bit.ly/2oGhVO5.
1) UN Aviation Agency Seeks Public Input on Drone Tracking
2) New Zealand Civil Aviation Authority to Introduce Safety App
3) Newfoundland Aviation Columnist Retires After 25 Years
4) New Technology Tracks Smog Down to Your Street
GPS / NAVIGATION
5) Some Auto Dealers Installing GPS in Vehicles of Low-Income Car Buyers
INTELLIGENT TRANSPORTATION SYSTEMS
6) Smart Infrastructure for Roadside-to-Vehicle Communication
PUBLIC INFORMATION / EDUCATION
7) An FAA Investigation Warned of ‘Potential Tragedies.’ Officials Hid It from the Public
TRAFFIC INCIDENT MANAGEMENT
8) The Responder - May 2017
9) Miami-Dade Transit Removes Controversial Ads from Buses
10) New South Wales Transport: Autonomous Vehicles, AI Platforms the Future of Mass Transit
11) Timmins Transit Buses Getting Smartphone Technology
12) A High-Tech Solution for the Phoenix Area’s Most Dangerous Intersections
13) Illinois Grapples with Accelerated Approach of Driverless Cars
14) What’s Holding Back Self-Driving Cars? Human Drivers
15) Experiments Show a Few Self-Driving Cars Can Reduce Phantom Traffic Jams
Best wishes to my youngest daughter, Julie Wagenblast, as she and Paul Garwood get married this Sunday in Chittenden, Vermont! Happy Mother’s Day to all the moms!
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