Tuesday, August 15, 2017

Tuesday, August 15, 2017

Transportation Communications Newsletter

Tuesday, August 15, 2017 - Cranford, New Jersey

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1) Orlando International Airport Opposes Trademark Granting Sanford Airport Right to Use ‘Orlando’ in Name

2) SkyGuru to Appease Flyer Fears with API for Airports, Airlines and OEMs

3) Vietnam Conducts Trials on Advanced Air Traffic Management
Viet Nam Air Traffic Management Corporation news release (in Vietnamese)

4) Calgary International Airport Loads New Terminal with Passenger-Processing Technologies


5) Navi Mumbai Municipal Transport Wins Award for Intelligent Transport System

6) Taiwan’s Cities Smarten Up


7) UPS Adds VR to Driver Training to Simulate Road Conditions, Hazards


8) Transport for London Pulls Safety Campaign that Showed Young Girl in Hijab

9) California DOT, Other Agencies Launch ‘Look Both Ways’ Pedestrian Safety Program


10) MBTA Gears Up to Install PTC on Needham Line


11) London Is Using Imaginary Speed Bumps to Curb Speeding


12) Researchers Create Dataset to Analyze Distracted Driving
University of Houston news release

13) New Warning Systems Aim to Reduce Rear-End Crashes on Minnesota Freeways

14) Connecticut DOT, Local Police Continue Distracted Driving Campaign


15) Uber Settles Claims It Mishandled Private Information About Users and Drivers
Federal Trade Commission news release


16) How Some Waste and Recycling Hauler Routines Have Been Transformed by Technology


17) National Operations Center of Excellence’s Nationwide Solar Eclipse Resource Page


18) Apple Sidelined as Beijing Travelers Pay for Transport via Android

19) Grays Harbor Transit Enlists Technology to Improve Customer Experience

20) In Paris, a Glimpse of Public Transportation’s Driverless Future

21) Smart Ticketing for Bus Travel Goes Paperless


22) Baidu Pledges to Design Your Driverless Car to ‘Know You, and Be Your Companion’

23) Jaworzno, Poland Plans Autonomous Car Zone That Includes Entire City

24) IT Convergence Institute of North Gyeongsang Province and Westfield Sportcars Sign MOU to Share Autonomous Driving Tech

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