Monday, February 26, 2018

Monday, February 26, 2018

Transportation Communications Newsletter

Monday, February 26, 2018 - Cranford, New Jersey

ATG Series from Reno A&E Offers Accurate Vehicle Counts for Parking, Toll & Access Control Revenue Systems

The ATG Series Detectors (Model DL-ATG Anti-Tailgating Detector with Directional Logic and Model L-ATG Single Channel Anti-Tailgating Loop Detector) count bumper-to-bumper passenger vehicles, detect multiple vehicles entering or exiting during a single gate cycle, provide single- or dual-lane directional counting, can count vehicles accurately even if a metal object is placed in the loop area, prior to a vehicle arriving over the loop detection zone, and accurately audit revenue collection at parking facilities. To learn how Reno A&E’s ATG Series Detectors can help you avoid lost revenue, contact RAE Sales Manager Carl Zabel at or 775-870-4499.


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Sprint news release

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5) India Testing Electronic Toll System on Delhi-Mumbai Highway


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8) Waze Coming to All Ford Owners Globally Starting in April

9) Moovit, Mobileye to Transform Transportation Together

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11) Could AI Help Solve Australia’s Train and Transport Woes?


12) Opening Data Fully to Improve London’s Transport Network


13) San Francisco Studies Effects of Distracted Driving Outreach Efforts


14) Hamilton, Ontario Councillor Defends Parkway Billboard Deal Amid Criticism Over Safety

15) Russia Changing Signposts in Pakistan

16) New Signs Being Installed as Portion of I-95 in New Jersey Becomes I-295

17) ‘Phantom’ Traffic Jams Are Real -- and Scientists Know How to Stop Them


18) Cleveland Buses Test Infrared Cameras to Improve Pedestrian Safety

19) Montclair, California Makes It Illegal to Cross Street While on Phone


20) VIA Seeks Best Tech Experts to Come Up with Transit Solutions
VIA Transit news release


21) California DMV: Self-Driving Cars with ‘Remote’ Drivers Could Test on Roads in April

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