Wednesday, February 7, 2018

Wednesday, February 7, 2018

Transportation Communications Newsletter

Wednesday, February 7, 2018 - Cranford, New Jersey

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1) FAA Says Georgia Farm Irrigation Structure Creating Radio Interference

2) Singapore Designates Area for Drone Tests, Explores New Tech for Air Traffic Management


3) Red-Light Camera Challenge Gets Rough Ride at Florida Supreme Court

4) Virginia Senate Backs Bill Putting Hand-Held Speed Cameras Around Work Zones


5) Dubai RTA Developing HD Maps of City to Support Self-Driving Transport Strategy
Roads and Transport Authority news release


6) ERTICO Newsletter - February 7, 2018


7) Kitsap Transit Considering Outside Help in Fixing Ferry Reservation System Problems

8) Remotely-Operated Fireboat Unveiled as Future of Maritime Safety
Kongsberg Maritime news release


9) Incorrect Information from CSX Employee Led to Sunday’s Fatal Crash

10) Rail Industry Says Key Safety Technology Not Due Until 2020

11) Testing, Cost Among Reasons for Slow Arrival of PTC


12) In Fight Against Uber, London Cabbies Claim Distinct Advantage: They Must Navigate Huge City Entirely from Memory


13) Miami-Dade Free Transit Wi-Fi Initiative Falls Apart

14) MBTA Driver Fired for Using Cellphone at Time of Mattapan Trolley Crash

15) RITMO App Introduces On-Demand Mass Transit at University of Michigan with Plans to Expand

16) Citymapper App Adds Comparative Data on Transport Fares in Hong Kong
Citymapper news release


17) Dallas Gives Green Light to New Transportation Management System
City of Dallas news release

18) Crowdsourced Facebook Page Provides Indispensable Resource for Montreal-Area Commuters


19) Embark Self-Driving Truck Completes Coast-to-Coast Test Run

20) Benz Launches Intelligent Fully-Connected Sprinter
Daimler news release

21) Pilot Test Phase Heralds New Era in Chinese Driverless Car Industry

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