Monday, September 11, 2017

Monday, September 11, 2017

Transportation Communications Newsletter

Monday, September 11, 2017 - Cranford, New Jersey

Eberle Design Inc.’s iCITE® Data Aggregator DA-300® Offers Real-Time Traffic & Arterial Data with Cabinet Monitoring

From the Intelligent Cabinet Interface to Traffic Equipment (iCITE®) suite of products, the iCITE® Data Aggregator DA-300® accesses real-time intersection and arterial traffic data from any traffic cabinet, via high-speed internal or external communications devices, regardless of the traffic controller or central ITS system. These devices are also designed to endure temperature extremes and are well suited for solar powered applications. In cooperation with any iCITE Ready™ data analytics partner, the DA-300® can provide turning movement counts, amber/red actuations, arrivals on red, detector failures, preemption details, communications and power failures/alerts, split and interval timing data, travel time and the Purdue Coordination Diagram, based upon Hi Resolution Data, all tailored to provide Automated Traffic Signal Performance Measures via a Cloud-based user-friendly interface. Wi-Fi equipped and travel time ready. For more information, visit or kindly contact John Shearer, EDI Sales Manager, at  


1) Minnesota DOT: Online Map Effective Tool for Gathering Public Input on I-94


2) Kansas Turnpike’s First High-Speed Toll Lane Opens


3) Increase in Mistaken Expressway Entries in Japan Blamed on Navigation Apps


4) Abu Dhabi Wins Best City Award for Roads, Traffic Infrastructure

5) Mobility Rush 29


6) DC Commute Times Hopes to Build a Transportation Community

7) Hurricane Irma Communications Status Report: September 11


8) New Mexico’s Rail Runner Facing $50 Million Safety System Deadline, Possible Service Cuts

9) Virgin Trains Ad Mines Live Traffic Data to Shame Car Drivers

10) When Hurricane Warnings Are Lost in Translation

11) Where Is the App for Escaping a Hurricane?

12) Electronic Speed Warning Signs ‘Not Approved’ in Northern Ireland

13) Passing Through Airport Security with the Touch of a Finger

14) Study: Transportation Victimized Most by IoT Attacks
Arctic Wolf news release

15) As a 9/11-Inspired Emergency Network Nears, Some States May Go Rogue


16) Taxify Boss Criticizes Transport for London After Botched Launch of Ride-Hailing Service
Taxify blog
Transport for London statement


17) Wi-Fi Data Could Ease London Underground Overcrowding
Transport for London news release

18) University of Kansas Looks to Improve SafeRide Program with New Apps

19) Building the Transit Station of the Future: How to Budget for Better In-Building Wireless

20) ATRA Pulse - September 2017


21) When It Rains in Bengaluru, Motorists Tune in to Twitter


22) Here’s How Alphabet’s Self-Driving Cars Learn to Navigate a Tricky Intersection

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