Tuesday, May 29, 2018

Tuesday, May 29, 2018

Transportation Communications Newsletter

Tuesday, May 29, 2018 - Cranford, New Jersey


1) Australian Airports to Implement New Data-Sharing System


2) Arizona Invests in Thermal Cameras to Combat Wrong-Way Crashes

3) Push to Expand New York City Speed Cameras Mired in Albany Politics


4) EU Countries Must Switch to Distance-Based Road Use Charges


5) Biometrics Key to Handling Growth in Global Travel, World Travel & Tourism Council Tells Transport Ministers


6) Indian Railways Website Will Now Tell You Probability of Waitlisted Tickets Being Confirmed


7) Swedish Transport Administration Trials ‘Active Inverted Speed Bump’ Technology

8) English and Welsh Road Councils Want New Powers to Fine Truckers Who Ignore Road Signs


9) Uber’s 911 Emergency Button Rolls Out Across US to Help Keep Riders Safe


10) Long Island Rail Road Countdown Clocks to Have Improved Accuracy with GPS Data

11) DC Metro Rejects ACLU Conference Advertisement in Latest Court Battle Over ‘Issue Ads’

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