Transportation Communications Newsletter
Monday, April 2, 2018 - South Burlington, Vermont
Upgrade to the Advanced Transportation Controller Cabinet
Why should the ATC Cabinet be part of your future plans? It offers significant improvements to conventional cabinets in modularity and compact size, motorist safety, technician safety and diagnostics. It is intended to update or replace all cabinet types: NEMA TS-1, NEMA TS-2, Caltrans 33x, and ITS Cabinet v1. The ATC Cabinet offers the best of both worlds – it combines existing standards and the latest technological advancements to increase cabinet reliability, functionality, and ease of maintenance. For agencies wishing to upgrade their systems to the ATC Cabinet, please contact EDI Sales Manager, Jon Muilenberg, at firstname.lastname@example.org.
1) FAA Extends ADS-B Mandate to 2040
2) What Can Be Done to Minimize Cyber Threats to Airports?
BICYCLES / PEDESTRIANS
3) Build an Attention-Grabbing Bicycle Light
4) Southeast Baltimore Getting Traffic Cameras to Enforce Truck Routes
5) Here’s How Arkansas’ Online Map Can Report Live Traffic Conditions
6) Dulles Toll Road Upgrade Could Foreshadow Congestion-Priced Tolling
7) Google Giving Rural School Bus Riders Free Wi-Fi for Homework
8) NTSB ‘Unhappy’ with Tesla Over Crash Disclosures
9) Cincinnati to Launch Parking Information System
SAFETY / SECURITY
10) As Debate Over Self-Driving Heats Up, Automakers Load Up on Driver Safety
TAXIS / RIDESHARING
11) Indian Cab-Hailing Service to Launch Hyperlocal News Network
12) New Technology Helps Car Dealers Retrieve Vehicles After Buyers Stop Paying
13) St. Louis Metro Transit to Supply Books to Riders Through Community Project
14) Confusion in India Over GPS, Panic Button in Transport Vehicles
15) Metro Inc. Is It Too Late for a Washington Transit Branding Reboot?
TRAVELER INFORMATION / TRANSPORTATION MANAGEMENT
16) New Traffic Center Set Up at Dunwoody, Georgia City Hall
17) New App Provides Traffic Information on Greek National Highway
18) South Korea Reboots Driverless Regulations After Fatal Uber Crash
2) Free e-Learning Program from Operation Lifesaver Provides Crossing Safety Training for First Responders
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