Monday, February 5, 2018

Monday, February 5, 2018

Transportation Communications Newsletter

Monday, February 5, 2018 - Cranford, New Jersey

Join Eberle Design Inc. and Reno A&E at the American Fence Association’s FENCETECH

Eberle Design Inc. and Reno A&E, leaders in advanced traffic data aggregation, vehicle detection and intersection safety monitoring solutions, will exhibit at the American Fence Association’s FENCETECH, February 7-9, 2018 in Phoenix, Ariz. We invite you to stop by booth 1607 to learn more about our DEFLECTOMETER® Series Loop Detectors, Prefabricated Roadway Loops, Multi-Channel / Specialty Loop Detectors, and Automatic Vehicle Identification & Ingress System. You can also join us on Twitter at @EDItraffic and @RenoAEproducts with the hashtag #FENCETECH18.  


1) GM Files Patent Application for Vehicle-to-Pedestrian Communication

2) Self-Driving Cars Aren’t Good at Detecting Cyclists. Latest Proposed Fix is a Cop-Out


3) Seattle Surveillance Cameras to be Repurposed by Seattle DOT


4) Port of Virginia to Launch Truck Reservation System

5) Technology No Substitute for Relationships in Trucking Business


6) Fewer Crashes on ‘Smart Motorway’ Stretch of M1, Police Figures Reveal

7) China to Build 161 Kilometer ‘Super Expressway’ by 2022 in Zhejiang Province


8) China Carries Out First Run of Unmanned Vessel


9) ACLU Lawsuit: Indiana State Police Ticket for Rude Gesture Violates Rights


10) NTSB: PTC Could Have Prevented South Carolina Train Collision


11) New York to Remove ‘I Love NY’ Signs After Pressure from FHWA

12) Regional Officials: Over 60% of Indian Driving License Applicants Fail to Identify Traffic Signs


13) Queensland Government Unveils Commonwealth Games Transport Plan
Queensland Government news release

14) Asheville, North Carolina Leaders Release Transportation Plan for Fed Cup Traffic
City of Asheville news release

15) ATRA Pulse - February 2018


16) RFID Enables Hands-Free Transit Entrance for Vancouver Disabled

17) Driving Change in the Bus Industry with Smarter Ticketing and Payments


18) KC Scout Watches Over Highways with More Than 350 Traffic Cameras

19) Police in Kerala, India Roll Out Apps Which Include Traffic Alerts
Kerala Police news release (in Malayalam)


20) UK Traffic Technology Experts Doubt Driverless Timescales

21) Uber Faces Waymo in Trial Over Race to Remove the Driver

22) Bellevue, Washington Bracing for Replacing Human Drivers

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