Transportation Communications Newsletter
Thursday, October 12, 2017 - Cranford, New Jersey
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1) Plan to Track E-ZPass Users on New York City Streets Raises Civil Liberties Concerns
INTELLIGENT TRANSPORTATION SYSTEMS
2) Smart Technology Makes Managing Traffic a Breeze for Transportation Departments
3) Smart Street Lights Lay the Groundwork for Future IoT Deployments
4) IEEE ITS Society Newsletter - October 2017
5) Autonomous Guided Vehicles, Hands-Free Fare Gates: A Glimpse Into the Future of Singapore’s Transport
6) Finnish Government Supports Unique MaaS Pilot Project in Tampere
7) Task Force Created at NC State University to Improve Communication on Campus Transportation
SAFETY / SECURITY
8) Swedish Transport Agencies Targeted in Cyberattack
9) Can Better Data Make Zero Traffic Deaths a Reality?
TAXIS / RIDESHARING
10) Lyft Adds In-App Navigation for Drivers via Google Maps
11) Princeton Alum Works at Uber to Expand Access to Affordable Transportation
TRAFFIC INCIDENT MANAGEMENT
12) The Responder - October 2017
13) Real-Time Information to Be Displayed at 251 Bangalore Bus Stops
14) Do Brands Matter in Public Transit?
TRAVELER INFORMATION / TRANSPORTATION MANAGEMENT
15) Minnesota DOT Maps Real-Time Traffic Patterns in New Pilot
StreetLight Data news release
16) Phone App Makes Navigating Nevada’s Project Neon Easier
17) New Hampshire Lawmakers Consider Driverless Car Testing by 2019
18) California DMV Revises Rules to Get Ready for Self-Driving Future
19) Mitsubishi’s New Vehicle Warning Signals Are Projected Onto the Road
Mitsubishi Electric news release
1) Reno A&E Introduces New UltraLoop Series of Prefabricated Loops for Access Control Applications – The UltraLite Series
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