Thursday, September 7, 2017

Thursday, September 7, 2017

Transportation Communications Newsletter

Thursday, September 7, 2017 - Highland Park, New Jersey


AVIATION

1) St. Louis Airport Commission Approves Change for Extended Free Wi-Fi
St. Louis International Airport news release

2) Air Traffic Control Modernization: Progress and Challenges in Implementing NextGen

CAMERAS

3) Traffic Cameras in Los Alamos, New Mexico Used Primarily for Traffic Management

4) LPR Cameras May Be Coming Soon to Alton, Illinois’ Clark Bridge

GPS / NAVIGATION

5) Sun Unleashes Biggest Solar Flare for Over a Decade Causing Radio Blackout, Possible GPS Disruption

INTELLIGENT TRANSPORTATION SYSTEMS

6) Changing and Transforming Mobility: Driving in Future Europe

OTHER

7) Forget Public-Private Partnerships. Share Data and Transport Innovation Will Follow

8) Oregon Metro Workshops Explore Ways to Support Transportation Technology in Greater Portland

9) Agencies Prep Communications for Hurricane Irma

10) Hurricane Irma Communications Status Report for September 7

PLANNING

11) Seattle Has New ‘Playbook’ for Handling Transportation Changes

PUBLIC INFORMATION / EDUCATION

12) City of Aurora, Illinois Improperly Withheld Video of Traffic Stop Before Death of Teen, State Rules

13) No Public Alert Issued After Man Is Pushed Onto Chicago Subway Tracks

TAXIS / RIDESHARING

14) Transport for London ‘Urgently’ Investigating Taxify, City’s Newest Ride-Hailing Startup

TRANSIT

15) Delhi’s Transport Body Can’t Track Its 4,000 Buses as GPS Devices Are Out of Order

16) New York Subway Riders Say New Countdown Clocks Difficult to Find

TRAVELER INFORMATION / TRANSPORTATION MANAGEMENT

17) FDOT Monitoring South Florida Highways Before, During and After Hurricane Irma

18) As Irma Nears, Florida Governor Tells Residents to Use Gas Buddy, Expedia, Google Maps and More

VEHICLES

19) US House Passes Major Piece of Driverless Vehicle Legislation. But Questions Remain on How Trucks Fit In

20) North-Holland Looks to Develop Road Information System for Autonomous Cars


News Releases


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