Tuesday, October 3, 2017

Tuesday, October 3, 2017

Transportation Communications Newsletter

📖  Tuesday, October 3, 2017 - Cranford, New Jersey

Register for Webinar – Discover How INRIX Roadway Analytics Helps to Improve Roadway Performance
Bob Pishue, INRIX Sr. Economist and author of the report, will present findings of the new U.S. Hotspots Study, and Chris Bridges, INRIX Analytics Product Manager, will then provide an overview of INRIX Roadway Analytics next-gen features and capabilities. Reserve your seat today!
New Research on America’s Worst Traffic Hotspots – Download Study
INRIX analyzed and ranked more than 100,000 traffic hotspots in the 25 most congested U.S. cities. The economic cost of hotspots was also calculated in terms of lost time, wasted fuel and carbon emitted over the next decade.


1) Bill Aims to ‘Clearly’ Identify Aircraft Owners

2) Air National Guard Restores Air Traffic Control in Puerto Rico

3) Drone Detection and Jamming System Being Tested

4) Orlando International Adds Giant Common-Use Video Wall Behind Check-In Counters

5) Milwaukee Airport Invented a New Word to Make Flying Less Stressful


6) Federal Smart Cities Bill Would Provide $220 Million Annually
Senator Maria Cantwell news release


7) Norway Nominates Another Autonomous Ship Test Area


8) School Buses: A Massive Mass Transit System in Need of a Tech Upgrade

9) Car-Sharing App to Expand Transportation Services to University of Miami
Link to Lula Rides


10) Iowa DOT Uses Taylor Swift Song to Stop People from Using Their Phones While Driving


11) Amtrak Foresees How Beacons Could Improve Customer Experience

12) ‘Driverless Trains Draw Young Talent to Railway Sector’


13) Auckland Transport Launches Operation #ReuniteOurCones


14) Australian Prime Minister to Push for National Facial Recognition Database

15) Kentucky 911 Centers Bridge Cellphone Location ID Gap with Pilot Program


16) Privacy Group Balks at Brisbane Transport Biometrics
Australian Privacy Foundation news release


17) Baltimore Broadcaster Starts New Traffic Reporting Service


18) Global Data Protection Chiefs Issue Connected Car Guidance

19) Self-Driving Cars Raising Big Questions Around Drunk Driving, Seat Belts, Open Container Laws and More

20) Test-Run for Automated Mini-Buses May Be Demonstrated at the University of Wisconsin this Fall

News Releases

Upcoming Events

My first audiobook narration debuted today. Click this link to listen to my narration of the foreword of “Faster than Normal” by Peter Shankman.

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