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Transportation Communications Newsletter


Tuesday, April 26, 2022 - Cranford, New Jersey



AVIATION


1) White House Wants More Powers To Crack Down On Rogue Drones

ZDNet


CAMERAS


2) MTA Watchdog Launches Probe Into Faulty Cameras During Brooklyn Subway Shooting

amNew York


3) More Drivers With Bogus Plates Evading Traffic Cams, Costing New York City Up To $75 Million

The City


PUBLIC INFORMATION / EDUCATION / INVOLVEMENT


4) Sydney’s Complex System Of Road Tolls To Be Reviewed By State Government

Australian Broadcasting Corp.


ROADWAYS


5) States Experiment With Orange Highway Striping In Work Zones

Route Fifty


6) New Zealand Coroner Calls For Review Of Traffic Signage On Rural Roads

Radio New Zealand


7) Balearic Government Wants Traffic Signs In Catalan

Majorca Daily Bulletin


8) Mario Cuomo Bridge Won’t Revert Back To Tappan Zee After New York Democrats Block Bill

New York Post


TAXIS / RIDESHARING


9) Uber Admits To Misleading Australian Users About Ride Cancellation Fees

ZDNet


TRANSIT


10) Software Created To Solve Tampa Public Transit Problem Helps Agencies In California, France

WTVT-TV


11) Teen Reviewing Public Transport For Wheelchair Users In Ireland

BBC News


12) iBus Helps Commuters Practice Social Distancing In Taiwan

OpenGov


13) Cleveland RTA Ushering In New Mobile Ticketing Program As Transit Ambassadors Are Hired To Enforce Payment

Plain Dealer


14) Nevada App Gives Transit Access

ITS International


TRAVELER INFORMATION / TRANSPORTATION MANAGEMENT


15) AI + Traffic Lights, Explained

The Hustle


16) Seventh Edition of Highway Capacity Manual Now Available

Transportation Research Board


VEHICLES


17) UK’s First Self-Driving Bus Takes To The Road For Tests In Scotland

Sky News


18) Nissan Previews ‘Ground Truth Perception’ ADAS Capabilities

Autonomous Vehicle International



News Releases

1) Airbus, HeroX Competition Seeks Novel Ideas To Explore Travel Experience Through Metaverse

2) Airports Using AirVote’s QR Smiley Solution For Real-Time Passenger Feedback

3) BMW, Bosch: Smart Home Meets Smart Mobility

4) How To Land The Future Of Connected Aviation

5) Operation Lifesaver Awards $245,500 For Rail Safety Public Awareness Campaigns In 14 States

6) KLM Royal Dutch Airlines Adopts Matterport Digital Twins To Transform Ground Operations, Engage Passengers



Tuesday Transportation Oddities

Thousands of lighthouses dot coastlines around the world, but where is the oldest lighthouse still in operation? The Hook Lighthouse in County Wexford, Ireland lays claim to that superlative. It is said to have first been built between 1210 and 1230.


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