Monday, January 7, 2019

Monday, January 7, 2019

Transportation Communications Newsletter

Monday, January 7, 2019 - Cranford, New Jersey

Advertising Sponsorship of TCN

You may have noticed a change at the top of the TCN. After several years the newsletter is no longer being sponsored by Eberle Design Inc. and Reno A&E. I want to thank them for their generous support of the TCN. If your company has an interest in sponsoring the TCN, please let me know. While I hope the sponsorship will bring you new business I think your sponsorship also tells others in the transportation community that you’re supporting what for 20+ years has been a daily source of news. The TCN is primarily a labor of love that’s allowed me to make my own unique contribution to a field I unexpectedly found myself in starting as a radio traffic reporter.


1) Single European Sky: Can Digitalization Improve Air Traffic in Europe?

2) Want to Enjoy an Easy, Relaxed Airport Experience? It’s All About Waiting


3) Meet One Engineer Sharpening the Focus of Australia’s Satellite Positioning Systems


4) Transport for London Calls for ‘Surface Intelligent Transport System’ Data Support

5) Supply and Demand: How Data Collection and Analysis Became the Key to Unlocking MaaS

6) ITS Podcast Episode 50: Looking Back at 2018, Electric Vehicles


7) The TSA is Without a Public Face

8) Road Warrior Columnist for The Record, John Cichowski, Retires


9) East Japan Railway Unveils Autonomous Train’s Test Run


10) US Supreme Court Declines to Take Up Fiat Chrysler Hacking Case


11) Ride-Pooling Gets a Social Makeover with New App from HERE

12) Audi and Disney Want to Spice Up Your Uber Ride with VR


13) L Train Shutdown Plan in New York City Was Three Years in the Making. It Unraveled in Three Weeks


14) Seattle Hires ‘Mobility Czar’ to Keep Traffic Moving


15) Ford’s Cars Will Start Talking to Each Other in 2022

16) Shared AV Test Shuttles Coming to US Cities

17) Byton Adds Another Screen to Its Car Full of Screens

18) Connected Automated Travel: As Complicated as 1, 2, 3

19) How to Make Ford’s Driverless Car Experiment Work for DC

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