Tuesday, January 9, 2018

Tuesday, January 9, 2018

Transportation Communications Newsletter

Tuesday, January 9, 2018 - Gillette, New Jersey


1) Lesson Learned After Fort Lauderdale Airport Shooting Spur ALERT Act

2) Centralized Air Traffic Control Proposed for Scottish Airports
Highlands and Island Airports news release

3) Mineta San Jose Airport Partners with Tile to Help Travelers Find Lost Items

4) Do Drones Have a Future in DOTs?


5) Could Big Data Unlock Safer Commutes for Cyclists?


6) New York State Thruway Plans Cashless Toll Amnesty, Outreach Campaign
NYS Thruway Authority news release


7) AT&T Plans to Monitor Bridge, Infrastructure Health via IoT


8) CES 2018: Urban Transportation Ideas from the Tech World


9) In Fight to Improve Taiwan Road Safety, Education to Get Higher Priority

10) Madera, California Police Use Social Media to Deter DUIs
City of Madera Police Department Facebook page


11) USDOT Teams with Waze on New Safety Initiative


12) Ford Plans to Use Cloud Computing to Boost Mobility

13) Hyundai Plans Over-the-Air Updates for Vehicles as Soon as Late 2019

14) Samsung and Harman Unveil Digital Cockpit and Telematics Solution
Samsung news release

15) ZF Friedrichshafen’s Mobility Platform Hits Market in Q3


16) HART’s Driverless Shuttle on Hold for Downtown Tampa

17) Baidu Teams with Paratransit Agency Access Services on Los Angeles Self-Driving Pilot

18) Real-Time Info on Bengaluru Buses Will Make Wait at Terminals Less Irksome

19) Greek Ministries Eye Wi-Fi on Athens Public Transport

20) Montana Compromises on Bus Shelter Advertising Rules

21) ATRA Pulse - January 2018


22) MIT Study Says Navigation Apps Could Ease Traffic by Evenly Distributing Vehicles

23) Virgin Hyperloop One Built Trip-Planning App for Transportation Method That Doesn’t Exist Yet

24) Research Pays Off - The One-Stop Shop: Traveler Information Tool for Multistate Road Trips


25) Toyota Unveils Autonomous E-Commerce Mobility Platform e-Palette
Toyota news release

26) Baidu Brings Its Autonomous Driving Tech to Singapore with a New $200 Million Fund

27) Ford Wants to be the Self-Driving OS for the Future of Transportation

28) Will Self-Driving Cars Usher in a Transportation Utopia or Dystopia?

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