Monday, November 6, 2017

Monday, November 6, 2017

Transportation Communications Newsletter

Monday, November 6, 2017 - Cranford, New Jersey

Reno A&E Bicycle Differentiation System Provides Safe Passage Time through Intersections

The Model C-1101-B and Model C-1201-B inductive loop vehicle detectors offer increased processing that provides the capability of signature recognition enabling the vehicle detector to detect all vehicles with the added ability of differentiating bicycles from all other vehicles including differentiating bicycles from motor-scooters and motorcycles as well. Caltrans or NEMA type models allow traffic engineering professionals to detect and provide safe passage time for bicycles without compromising the intersections operating efficiency.  To learn more about RAE’s Bicycle Differentiation System, contact RAE Sales Manager Matt Zinn at


1) Campaign for Kansas City Airport Single-Terminal Has Involved Major Outreach Effort

2) How Social Media Has Become Key Communication and Customer Service Tool for London City Airport


3) Half of Britain’s Speed Cameras Are Switched Off

4) Saudi Traffic Cameras Nearly Ready for Use in Enforcing Mobile Phone Ban While Driving


5) Blast-Off for China’s New-Generation Beidou-3 Satellites to Rival GPS
Beidou news release (in Chinese)

6) US Air Force Accepts First Block of Next-Generation GPS Control System
Raytheon news release


7) Smart Transport System in Hyderabad Has French Support

8) ITS PCB Update

9) Intelligent Transportation Systems


10) Wyoming DOT Testing Digital Driver’s Licenses

11) Study of Instagram Postings Seeks to Identify Where Road Rage Occurs and Why


12) States Push to Keep Highway Inner Lanes Clear for Passing

13) Traffic Signals in Burundi, Which Have Not Functioned for Over a Decade, Replaced by Chinese Firm


14) Oklahoma First Responders Taking Wait-and-See Approach to FirstNet

15) Texas A&M Transportation Institute Demonstrates New Tech Aimed at Mitigating Wrong-Way Driving Crashes

16) Nevada DOT Deploys Statewide Data Network to Improve Road Safety
Alcatel-Lucent Enterprise news release


17) Are Car Companies Going to Profit from Your Driving Data?


18) 911-Emergency Speakerphones Installed at Albuquerque Rapid Transit Stations

19) Hands-Free Mobile Ticketing Public Beta Set to Launch in Estonia
Jiffi test site (in Estonian)


20) Hyderabad Traffic Management System Wins Urban Transport Award


21) Mazda Downplaying Screens to Save Its Soul

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