Monday, June 12, 2017

Monday, June 12, 2017

Transportation Communications Newsletter

Monday, June 12, 2017 - Cranford, New Jersey

Eberle Design Inc.’s Model 242L DC Isolator Exceeds Caltrans Requirements

For over 36 years Eberle Design Inc. (EDI), has provided technicians and engineers with reliable, high quality mission critical component products that improve the performance and lifecycle of traffic control systems. The Model 242L DC Isolator meets and exceeds all requirements of Caltrans QPL, TSCES January 1989 and Caltrans QPL, TEES March 2009 plus Errata #2 (December 2014). The Model 242L is powered by the cabinet 24VDC and is backward compatible with the Model 242. Jumpers for 100 millisecond minimum pulse output and input polarity are provided. To learn more about EDI’s Model 242L DC Isolator, contact EDI Sales Director Jon Muilenberg at


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2) University of Calgary Professor Developing Drone that Can Fly Without GPS

3) Vinci Airports Looks to Biometrics to Improve Passenger Experience

4) Digiyatra Initiative Launched for Seamless Passage Through Indian Airports


5) Chicago Vision Zero Plan Announced; Includes Education, More Speed Cameras
City of Chicago news release


6) Toll Cheats Without License Plates Costing Bay Area Millions

7) Electronic Tolls Coming to Florida Keys Bridge


8) Indian Government Aims to Leverage Technology to Reduce Logistics Costs


9) Louisville Competing for Grant to Mitigate Traffic Using Technology


10) Presentations from Ferry Safety and Technology Conference


11) New York State Tries to Kill Kid-Friendly Critter School Bus Decals


12) Denver’s Transit Alliance Exporting Its Model for Citizen Advocacy to Baltimore


13) Dubai RTA Experiments Coloring Asphalt Red to Alert Motorists to Lower Speed
Dubai RTA news release (in Arabic)

14) Texas A&M Transportation Institute Using Technology to Improve Road-Evaluation Process


15) New Philippines Anti-distracted Driving Rule Allows Gadgets, Objects on ‘Safe Zone’


16) Dilemma for Uber and Rival: Egypt’s Demand for Data on Riders


17) Four in Five Consumers Would Give Insurers Connected Car Data
Willis Towers Watson news release


18) Iowa DOT Explores Safer, Quicker Responses to Traffic Crashes

19) Kentucky, Tennessee Team on Vehicular Homicide Case Training

20) Towing Companies Relaying Ceremonial Casket Across US to Encourage Drivers to Slow Down, Move Over
Additional information on American Towman Spirit Ride


21) Lyft and Jaguar Land Rover Team Up on Self-Driving Tech

22) Delphi, the Auto Parts Supplier, Hopes for a Niche in Self-Driving Cars

23) Southerners, Women Most Likely to Favor Bumper Stickers, Survey Says
CheapCarInsurance news release

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