Wednesday, December 6, 2017

Wednesday, December 6, 2017

Transportation Communications Newsletter

Wednesday, December 6, 2017 - Cranford, New Jersey


1) FAA Promotes Data Awareness

2) The Next Generation of Helpful Robots May Be Coming to an Airport Near You Soon

3) Hong Kong Startup Set to Offer Navigation, Signage Translation App to Mainland Airports
Starbeacon website

4) Thailand to Provide Wi-Fi, Introduce Cleaning Robots at Regional Airports


5) California Approves 6C Electronic Toll Collection Protocol


6) Leonia, New Jersey to Close Side Roads to George Washington Bridge to Non-Residents After Traffic Apps Reroute Traffic


7) Collaborating to Create Smart Communities

8) ERTICO Newsletter


9) Argentina’s Port of Ushuaia Implements Free Wi-Fi for Passengers

10) UK Partners Launch Autonomous Maritime Navigation Project

11) ABS Exec Maps Future of Autonomous Shipping at Marintec


12) European Council Conclusions on Digitalization of Transport


13) San Francisco Transportation Board Approves Demand-Based Pricing on Parking Meters

14) Trucker Path Creates Parking Prediction App Feature for Drivers
Trucker Path blog


15) Wyoming DOT I-80 Master Plan Seeks Improved Winter Safety

16) LED Traffic Lights in Minnesota Getting Bogged Down by Snow

17) New York State Adding Detectors to Stop Vehicles from Hitting Parkway Bridges

18) New Electronic Speed Limit Signs in Arizona Tell Drivers if They’re Going Too Fast


19) Self-Driving Taxis Are Coming to Japan
Nissan news release


20) Illinois Bus Company Ad Promises Students ‘You Won’t Feel Like You’re in China When You’re On Our Buses’
Illinois Attorney General news release

21) New York Transit Agencies Silent on Impending L Train Shutdown, Riders Say

22) Wichita Falls, Texas Buses Moving to App-Based Payment System


23) How Los Angeles Is Using Big Data to Improve Traffic

24) Philippines Business Group Wants President to Get Emergency Powers to Fight Traffic Problems

25) How Video Wall Was Installed at New Washington State DOT Traffic Operations Center


26) Driverless Cars Tested in Melbourne Freeway Tunnel for First Time
EastLink news release

27) Denver’s First Driverless Shuttle Hits the Test Track

28) Connected Cars: What Happens to Your Data After You Leave Your Rental Car Behind?

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