Monday, November 27, 2017

Monday, November 27, 2017

Transportation Communications Newsletter

Monday, November 27, 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) Why Can’t America Have a Single Tolling System? Because Bureaucracy


2) Toronto’s New ‘Smart’ Traffic Lights Will Sense Congestion and Adjust Themselves
City of Toronto news release

3) Ohio DOT Announces Plans for ‘SmartLane’ Project to Help Ease Traffic on I-670


4) How Augmented Reality Technology Could Transform Shipping


5) Use of Database of Arizona Driver’s Licenses Raises Questions

6) Noda, India Traffic Police Launch New Website with Details of Challans Issued


7) ‘STFD Louisville’: Resident’s Anti-speeding Campaign Draws Mixed Reaction in Colorado Town
STFD Louisville website


8) SEPTA Uses Drones to Monitor Security Along Tracks

9) The Man Who Spent 60 Years Photographing the North American Railroad


10) Slow Down in West Hartford, Connecticut and the Sign Will Smile at You


11) Research Helps Predict Red-Light Running

12) Porokello App Cuts Down Reindeer Accidents

13) Cisco and Tennessee DOT’s CIO Report on Cybersecurity Trends

14) Study: Pokémon Go Led to Increase in Traffic Deaths, Accidents


15) Whim Unlimited Launches to Offer Passengers Limitless Public Transport

16) Design for Montgomery County, Maryland Bus Stations Features Solar, Video Screens


17) Pennsylvania DOT Traffic Management Center Provides Winter Coverage Service


18) Illinois Could Be One of First States to Have Automated Vehicles on Its Roads

19) Motorcyclists Wary but Hopeful of Self-Driving Tech

20) Pioneer: Radio Retains a Place in Today’s Cars

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