Monday, January 14, 2019

Monday, January 14, 2019

Transportation Communications Newsletter

Monday, January 14, 2019 - Cranford, New Jersey

Bernie Wagenblast Voiceovers

Doing radio traffic reports in NYC is how I first started in the transportation industry. Over the years I’ve combined my transportation and communication skills to find my unique niche in the business. In addition to this and other transportation newsletters I edit, one way I combine both skill sets is by doing transportation-related voiceover work. This includes a variety of projects including, video narration (Illinois Tollway, VDOT) public address announcements (NYC subway, PATCO, AirTrain at JFK and Newark airports), TV commercials (NJ Transit, WABC), telephone systems (Port Authority of NY & NJ, PATH), online course narrations (University of Maryland) and podcast hosting (ITE). I can give you a professional announcer’s voice but, perhaps more importantly, I bring to my reads knowledge of the transportation industry that adds authority to the recording with a minimal amount of direction. Please click this link to see and hear samples of my work. You’ll find my rates are reasonable and my turnaround time is quick. To hear a sample of my phone recordings, dial the Port Authority’s main number at 212-435-7000. Please drop me a note for more information.


1) South Africa’s Space Agency Becomes Space Weather Center for Aviation Across Africa

2) Drone Jamming System to Protect European Airports, Public Spaces

3) Important to Include Inclusion and Diversity in Airport Design Process


4) National Committee on Uniform Traffic Control Devices Votes Not to Require ‘Walk/Don’t Walk’ Signals at Signalized Intersections

5) Bicycle-Themed Film Festival Pedals Its Way to Downtown Boise

6) StreetLight Data Can Now Help Cities Measure Bicycle and Foot Traffic


7) Delhi Traffic Police Plan to Install Red-Light and Speed-Enforcement Cameras


8) Mapping Technology Expands Its Policy Reach


9) Blockchain’s Relevance in Track-and-Trace Across Aviation and Maritime Industries


10) India’s Smart City Dream: What’s the Role of Intelligent Transport Management System?


11) Port of Rotterdam Activates AI Vessel Platform


12) Sea-Tac Organizes Resources Fair for Federal Workers Affected by Shutdown


13) Bird Apologizes for Attempting to Take Down Boing Boing Story About Hacking Its Scooters


14) Dedicating Lanes for Priority or Exclusive Use by Connected and Automated Vehicles


15) Electric Cars: Security Flaws Could Let Attackers Control Charging Stations

16) Feds, States and Railroads Team to Boost Grade-Crossing Safety

17) Experts: The Looming Danger in High-Tech Car Safety Systems

18) Religious Billboards Said to Reduce Road Deaths in Russia


19) GoRaleigh Bus Drivers Say They Weren’t Consulted About Expanded Service

20) Whitefish, Montana Buses Now Equipped with GPS Trackers


21) Electronic Signs on Utah Highway Part of In-Vehicle Traffic App Development

22) Chennai Traffic Police Introduce Robots for Traffic Management

23) Traffic Management Boards to Be Set Up in All Six Districts of Karachi

24) New Regional Traffic Management Center in Alabama Hopes to Put Commuter Woes in Rearview Mirror

25) App Which Displays Roadway Sign Messages on Isle of Man Upgraded


26) Why Ford's ‘Cellular Vehicle-to-Everything’ Matters

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