Friday, October 6, 2017

Friday, October 6, 2017

Transportation Communications Newsletter

🎓  Friday, October 6, 2017 - Cranford, New Jersey 📻


1) Transit App Aggregates Bikeshare Locations from Multiple Services in Seattle, DC

2) Carnegie Mellon Developing Smartphone System to Help Blind People Cross the Street


3) Hearing to Address Privacy Concerns About Rhode Island Toll Collection


4) The Future of Transport Is About More than Driverless Cars

5) National Institution for Transforming India Sets Up Committee to Develop and Implement ITS Nationwide

6) African Countries Embrace New Technology to Approach Promising Mobility Revolution

7) Seattle Awarded $4 Million FHWA Grant for New Multimodal Integrated Corridor Mobility Project

8) How Nokia Is Delivering Connected, Smart Cities Through Infrastructure


9) Ronnie Hakim: MTA Managing Director, ITS New Jersey Hall of Fame Member, Looks at Transport Tech from Both Sides of Hudson

10) How the World Is Changing for Travelers with Autism


11) Metra to ‘Break Silence’ on Suicides


12) Behind Wisconsin DOT’s Digital Traffic Signs

13) Missouri’s Highway Signs Have Jokes: A Look Behind the Sometimes Sassy Safety Messages

14) I Love NY: ‘Almost Time’ to Change Signs, New York Governor Says

15) New Minnesota DOT Project Looks at Protecting Electronic Signs from Wind Damage


16) Uber App Can Silently Record iPhone Screen, Researcher Finds


17) Pay for Moscow Public Transport with a Tap of Your Ring

18) UK Government Plans to Invest £80 Million in Smart Ticketing
Department for Transport news release


19) Volunteers Sought for Iowa Self-Driving Car Research Project

20) Five Things Radio Broadcasters Should Know About the Auto Industry

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