Monday, January 15, 2018

Monday, January 15, 2018

Transportation Communications Newsletter

Monday, January 15, 2018 - Cranford, New Jersey

Eberle Design Inc.’s iCITE® Data Aggregator DA-300® Offers Real-Time Traffic & Arterial Data with Cabinet Monitoring

From the Intelligent Cabinet Interface to Traffic Equipment (iCITE®) suite of products, the iCITE® Data Aggregator DA-300® accesses real-time intersection and arterial traffic data from any traffic cabinet, via high-speed internal or external communications devices, regardless of the traffic controller or central ITS system. These devices are also designed to endure temperature extremes and are well suited for solar powered applications. In cooperation with any iCITE Ready™ data analytics partner, the DA-300® can provide turning movement counts, amber/red actuations, arrivals on red, detector failures, preemption details, communications and power failures/alerts, split and interval timing data, travel time and the Purdue Coordination Diagram, based upon Hi Resolution Data, all tailored to provide Automated Traffic Signal Performance Measures via a Cloud-based user-friendly interface. Wi-Fi equipped and travel time ready. For more information, visit or kindly contact John Shearer, EDI Sales Manager, at  


1) US Aircraft Registration System Said to Pose Security Risks

2) Radio on Wrong Frequency in Air Canada San Francisco Airport Incident


3) Queensland Police Union Calls for End to Use of Unmarked Speed Cameras


4) NASA Tests X-Ray-Based ‘Space GPS’ Navigation System


5) Communication Key to Monitoring Houston Ship Channel Traffic

6) Future Singapore Port Will Tap Tech, Data to Optimize Ops


7) Edward A. Starosielec, Calspan Vice President and Visionary Engineer


8) Smart Cars Collect a Lot of Data. FTC Wants to Know How It’s Used


9) Mickey Gilley, Tennessee Highway Safety Office Promote Seat Belt Use
Tennessee Highway Safety Office news release


10) Amtrak CEO Outlines Safety Efforts for Oregon, Washington

11) Indian Railways Introduces New App to Track Movement of Trains

12) BNSF Forges Ahead on the Technology-Adoption Front


13) Wrong-Way Freeway Drivers in California Will Now be Confronted with ‘Sea of Red,’ Caltrans Says


14) Car Hacking Remains Very Real Threat as Autos Become Ever More Loaded with Tech

15) Safety Advocates Say Not So Fast on Driverless Cars

16) Auburn University Begins Live Video Monitoring of Late-Night Buses Following Assault


17) SEPTA App Stymied by Scheduling Confusion Caused by Cold and Snow

18) Long Island Rail Road Commuters Complain About Inaccurate Real-Time Information

19) Sacramento’s Transit Future: Order a Bus to Your Front Door

20) GPS Failure Leaves First Bus Passengers in Bristol, UK in the Dark


21) US Transportation Secretary: Self-Driving Cars Must Benefit Rural Communities, Not Just Cities

22) Waymo’s Self-Driving Chrysler Pacifica Begins Testing in San Francisco

23) UK’s National Infrastructure Commission Launches Driverless Car Infrastructure Competition

24) First True Autonomous Cars Won’t Be for Sale

25) Poll: American Still Deeply Skeptical About Driverless Cars
Advocates for Highway & Auto Safety news release

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