Wednesday, May 16, 2018

Wednesday, May 16, 2018

Transportation Communications Newsletter

Wednesday, May 16, 2018 - Cranford, New Jersey


) Walking on the Wild Side: Distracted Pedestrians and Traffic Safety


) Traffic Surveillance Cameras Now Installed at Nearly 1,000 Beijing Intersections


) Research Looking at Different Ways to Display Transit Maps to Reduce Navigational Errors


) Social Media Can Be Effective Part of Public Engagement Plans for Transportation


) Association of American Railroads Publishes White Paper Highlighting Rail’s Tech Advancements


) Traffic Plan Seeks to Solve Concert Gridlock Around Clark County, Washington Fairgrounds


) Two Big Law Firms Get $1 Million-Plus Work Defending DC’s Transit Agency in Ad Fight

) Sydney Transport Apps Now Tell You How Full Your Train is Before It Arrives

) Utah Transit Authority Didn’t Respond to ‘Panic Button,’ Says Lawsuit Over Worker Kidnapped and Killed

) Broken Part, Inexperience and Poor Communication Given as Reasons for Denver Train Mishap

) Hear the New Voice of Transit Service Announcements for the New York Subways

) Is DC Metro’s Planned New App a Dinosaur?


) Apple Has Permits to Test 55 Self-Driving Cars in California

) VTT Marilyn, a Finnish Robot Car, Can See Through Fog and Snow

) VW CIO: Technology Being Readied to Address Real Issues

) Cold Comfort Podcast Looks at Innovations in Vehicle Technology and Severe Weather

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