Friday, March 9, 2018

Friday, March 9, 2018

Transportation Communications Newsletter

Friday, March 9, 2018 - Cranford, New Jersey


1) Technical Glitch Hits Sydney Airport, Delaying Flights

2) Get Gate-Delivered Food, Make Friends at DC-Area Airports
Washington Metropolitan Airports Authority news release

3) NATO Urges More Security in U-Space and Data Sharing

4) Online ‘Lost and Found’ Saves Time, Hassle at Roanoke Blacksburg Regional Airport
Crowdfind at Roanoke Airport


5) First Look at New Cameras, Tracking System in Ohio DOT Plow Trucks

6) Providence City Council Plans Full Review of Speed Camera Program
Providence City Council news release


7) Smart Traffic Lights Cause Jams When Fed Spoofed Data

8) No ‘Intelligent’ Traffic Signs in Malta, But Consultants Still Getting Their Monthly Retainer


9) Port of Oakland to Create Digital Platform for Its Stakeholders
Port of Oakland news release


10) Here Are Some Genius Ideas to Fix the New York City Subway System
New York MTA news release

11) Petersburg, Virginia Library Announces Increased Internet Access on Transit System

12) Bratislava Public Transport Company Extends Free Wi-Fi in Its Vehicles
DPB news release (in Slovak)

13) Special Report: Passenger Information


14) State DOTs Weigh In on FHWA, FTA Efforts to Deploy Connected, Automated Vehicles

15) Panasonic Urges FCC to Protect 5.9 GHz for V2X

16) University of Cincinnati Professor Working on Driverless Vehicles

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