Friday, January 26, 2018

Friday, January 26, 2018

Transportation Communications Newsletter

Friday, January 26, 2018 - Little Falls, New Jersey


1) FAA to Block Erroneous ADS-B Signals from Aircraft

2) FAA: US ADS-B Mandate Applies to Foreign Operators

3) Canada to Test New Technologies in Support of Seamless Global Air Travel
Accenture news release

4) What the Smart City Means for Future Airports


5) Pedestrians in Azerbaijan May be Forced to Wear Reflectors

6) Awareness Blitz Aims to Keep Pedestrians Safe at Busy Anchorage Intersections


7) US Air Force Jamming GPS in Western US for Largest Ever Red Flag Air War Exercise


8) A Remembrance of Maritime Reporter Robert Mottley


9) Ford Buys Transport Services Startups Autonomic, TransLoc

10) Arkansas Attorney General Rejects Title of Ballot Issue Linking Casinos to Road Funds


11) Union Pacific CEO: PTC is Clogging the Railway

12) Alstom on Track for Autonomous Train Technology Trial


13) Danger Ahead: Road Signs That Are Too Small or Too Confusing


14) US Immigration and Customs Enforcement is About to Start Tracking License Plates Across Nation

15) ‘Hopper’ Tool Could Help Cities Prevent Traffic Fatalities with Data

16) US Department of Homeland Security Agrees to Share Vehicle Cyber-Threat Info

17) Federal Information Security Management Act 2017: USDOT's Information Security Posture Still Not Secure


18) In-Cab Alerts Help Truck Drivers Reduce Speed on Pennsylvania Turnpike

19) Your New Car Will Have Apps Instead of Options


20) Miami-Dade Transit Advocacy Group Releases Real-Time Tracker for Metrorail Trains

21) Maryland Transportation Authority Adding GPS Tracking, Mobile Ticketing to Baltimore Bus System

22) Public Can Climb Aboard Driverless Bus in Minneapolis

23) San Francisco Muni Radio Upgrades Knock Trains Out of Service


24) Didi Chuxing Unveils Traffic Management Solution Using Data from Ride-Hailing Platform
Didi Chuxing news release

25) Elements of Business Rules and Decision Support Systems within Integrated Corridor Management: Understanding the Intersection of These Three Components

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