Thursday, November 9, 2017

Thursday, November 9, 2017

Transportation Communications Newsletter

Thursday, November 9, 2017 - Burlington, Vermont


1) Federal Drone Advisory Panel Knocked for ‘Lack of Transparency and Poor Management’

2) SITA Working with Airlines and Airports to Streamline Operations Using Blockchain Tech

3) Computer Crashes Persist for Hong Kong’s New Air Traffic System Amid Warning of Possible Disaster from India

4) A Look at New Customer Service Initiatives Introduced by Airports


5) 17 Pedestrian Cameras Could Keep More Eyes on Downtown Toledo

6) Why the NAACP Wants Dayton Voters to Decide on Traffic Cameras

7) Number of Traffic Enforcement Cameras in Malta to Double

8) Section Speed Enforcement Systems Gain Global Converts


9) Nebraska MPO Produces Metro-Area Bike Trail Map
Omaha-Council Bluffs Metropolitan Area Planning Agency news release


10) Finland’s New Aurora Intelligent Road Opened for AV and Connected ITS Trials

11) Intelligent Traffic Signs to Be Fully Operational from January in Malta

12) ERTICO - ITS Europe News

13) 2017 Road Weather Management Performance Measures Update


14) Indiana’s Jeffersonville and Mount Vernon Ports First in US to Be Designated as ‘AT&T Fiber Ready’
Ports of Indiana news release


15) How Transportation Techies Built a Meetup Into a Community


16) New Map-Based Coordination App Helping Seattle Cut Transportation Project Costs


17) San Francisco MTA Launches Distracted Driving Campaign


18) Passenger Railroads Try New Social Media Tools to Connect with Riders


19) New Intersection Murals in Oklahoma City Designed to Slow Traffic

20) Meet the People Behind the Messages You See on Missouri DOT Signs


21) Chicago Mayor Raises Facial Recognition Tech in Taxi vs. Rideshare Debate

22) Uber Giving Top Riders a 24/7 ‘Premium Support’ Hotline


23) Subaru’s New StarLink Tech Is a Huge Improvement


24) On Moscow Metro, Jewelry Is a Classy Alternative to Subway Cards


25) Self-Driving Shuttle Crashes in Las Vegas Hours After Launch

26) Ontario Government Launches Autonomous Vehicle Demonstration Zone in Stratford

27) Autonomous Cars to Run, Exchanging Information with Roads in Real-Time Test in South Korea

28) How to Make Cars Cooperate

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