Tuesday, February 5, 2019

Tuesday, February 5, 2019

Transportation Communications Newsletter

Tuesday, February 5, 2019 - Cranford, New Jersey

** Happy Lunar New Year!**

AVIATION

1) NTSB Interviews Reveal Problems with Hobby Airport Air Traffic Control Following Crash

FREIGHT

2) Study: ELDs Have Not Decreased Semi Truck Crashes

MARITIME

3) Denmark Cracks Down on Maritime Hackers

OTHER

4) German Supermarket Chain Lidl to Sell Fiat 500 Cars Online

PUBLIC INFORMATION / EDUCATION

5) West Virginia House Panel Approves Bill to Improve Transparency on Roadway Spending

6) Bill Would Allow Live-Streaming of Maryland Transportation Authority Meetings

RAILROADS

7) Does 30th Street Station Flip-Board Hype Foreshadow Backlash to ADA Changes?

ROADWAYS

8) Idaho Transportation Department Documents Raise Questions About Animal Detection Plan for Targhee Pass

TAXIS / RIDESHARING

9) Rideshare App, gobyRIDE, Allows Drivers to Offer Spare Seats to Passengers

TELEMATICS

10) Using Big Data to Improve Driver Safety Through Vehicle Insights

TRANSIT

11) Single Swipe System for Dutch Public Transport Smart Cards ‘Too Expensive’

VEHICLES

12) A New Connected-Car Battle: Cellular vs. DSRC

13) CTIA Report: Opening 400 mHz of Midband Spectrum for 5G Would Add $274 Billion to US Economy


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