Thursday, January 17, 2019

Thursday, January 17, 2019

Transportation Communications Newsletter

Thursday, January 17, 2019 - Cranford, New Jersey


AVIATION

1) New Satellite Network Will Make It Impossible for a Commercial Airplane to Vanish

CARTOGRAPHY

2) Prague Transit Data Now on Google Maps

ELECTRONIC TOLLING

3) Legislators: New York Governor’s Cashless Tolling Fixes May Not Solve Systemic Issues

INTELLIGENT TRANSPORTATION SYSTEMS

4) ITS Being Deployed Along Lahore-Abdul Hakeem Motorway

5) ERTICO Newsletter - January 17, 2019

MARITIME

6) Iridium Certus Launches with Initial Service Aimed at Maritime, Terrestrial Applications

OTHER

7) As Shutdown Grinds On, Internal FAA Email Warns Workers About ‘Political Activity’

8) Internet Outage Hits Washington State DOT During Morning Rush

9) Idaho Lawmaker Tried to Trademark State’s License Plate Image

10) TSA Agents the Latest Tool in Government Shutdown Meme War

11) Stop & Shop Testing Self-Driving Mini Grocery Stores

SAFETY / SECURITY

12) Real-Time Data Analytics Aims to Reduce Traffic Fatalities

13) Translating Safety: A VR Approach to Reduce Pedestrian Injuries Among Chinese Kids

TAXIS / RIDESHARING

14) Ridehailing App Seeks to Revolutionize Havana Transportation

TRANSIT

15) New York City Transit Bringing Back Loud Emergency Exit Door Alarms to Some Stations

16) BART Releases Multimodal Trip-Planning Feature in Its App

17) BART vs. Muni: Twitter Humorously Tries to Pit Two Agencies Against Each Other
18) Interview with Kevin Jones, CEO of MV Transportation

VEHICLES

19) Seoul to Set Up World’s First 5G Urban Test Site for Autonomous Driving on Actual Roads

20) In-Car Digital Radio Leads the Way on Hybrid Development


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Wednesday, January 16, 2019

Wednesday, January 16, 2019

Transportation Communications Newsletter

Wednesday, January 16, 2019 - Cranford, New Jersey


CAMERAS

1) Seattle Officials Propose Cameras to Catch Drivers Who Block Intersections, Crosswalks or Use Transit Lanes

2) Nearly 900 Traffic Monitoring Cameras Installed in Ho Chi Minh City

GPS / NAVIGATION

3) Japan Self-Defense Forces to Use Quasi-Zenith Satellites as GPS Backup

OTHER

4) Florida to Consider Statewide Driver’s License, Insurance, Registration Database

5) South Korea Fines Nissan for False Advertising on Fuel Economy

PUBLIC INFORMATION / EDUCATION

6) US Transportation Secretary Calls on Automakers to ‘Step Up’ and Educate Public on AVs

TAXIS / RIDESHARING

7) Lyft Adds Transit Schedules to App for Some Chicago Users

TRAFFIC INCIDENT MANAGEMENT

8) Drones Shown to Make Traffic Crash Site Assessments Safer, Faster and More Accurate

TRANSIT

9) 100 Saskatoon Transit Buses Displaying Real-Time Locations via Apps

TRAVELER INFORMATION / TRANSPORTATION MANAGEMENT

10) Check out Washington State DOT’s Viadoom Nerve Center

11) TSM&O Disseminator - November/December 2018


News Releases


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Tuesday, January 15, 2019

Tuesday, January 15, 2019

Transportation Communications Newsletter

Tuesday, January 15, 2019 - Cranford, New Jersey



AVIATION

1) New Rule Requires Airlines to Report Mishandling of Mobility Equipment

2) NASA Eyes Blockchain and Crypto Tokens to Secure Critical Air Traffic Information

BICYCLES / PEDESTRIANS

3) Online Data Set Helps Austin Understand Dockless Mobility

4) QR Code System for Singapore Bikesharing Kicks In

5) Why Do Cities Discount Public Input in Expanding Bikeshare Systems?

INTELLIGENT TRANSPORTATION SYSTEMS

6) Alibaba’s ‘City Brain’ is Slashing Congestion in Hangzhou

7) Tampa Transit System Invests in Smart Tech for Connected Vehicles

8) Korea International Cooperation Agency Will Introduce ITS on Bangladesh Highway Corridors

OTHER

9) Nebraska DOT Introduces New Way to Report Crashes Online

10) Toyota Korea Fined 817 Million Won for False Advertising

11) City of Split, Croatia Looking to Develop Mobile App Worth 1.5 Million Kuna

PARKING

12) Florida DOT Helping Truck Drivers Find Safe Parking

RAILROADS

13) Siemens, Wabec Fight Over Patents for PTC

SAFETY / SECURITY

14) New York State Counterterrorism Panel Says Penn Station, NYC Airports Should Each Have ‘State-of-the-Art’ Command Stations

TAXIS / RIDESHARING

15) Uber Calls on Europe to Step Up Investment in Public Transport

TELEMATICS

16) Telematics Provider ERM, Targets Carsharing Market

17) Fleets Using ‘Smart Trailers’ to Protect Cargo, Components and Profits

TRAVELER INFORMATION / TRANSPORTATION MANAGEMENT

18) Gurugram Police Launch Separate Twitter Handle for Traffic Updates

VEHICLES

19) Communication, Teamwork Necessary to Adopt Autonomous Technology, Experts Say at TRB

20) Hyundai Mobis Demonstrates Communication Lighting System to Warn Pedestrians of Autonomous Vehicles

21) AT&T’s IoT Chief Talks Connected Cars, Partnerships with Cloud Giants and More

22) Car Tuneups That Require Audio Engineers


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