Transportation Communications Newsletter
Tuesday, April 19, 2022 - Burlington, Vermont
1) Bellevue, Washington Turns To Traffic Safety Technology To Curb Pedestrian Accidents
2) Welsh Coroner Calls For Roadside Warnings To Alert Headphones-Wearing Pedestrians Of Electric Car Risk
3) Critics Pile On After Latest Red-Light Camera Indictment In Chicago Area
4) Cyberattack Cripples Puerto Rico Toll Collection System
5) Ohio Turnpike Officials Express Concern About Toll-Collection Operator Being Sold To Singapore-Based Company
6) Taiwan’s Kaohsiung Signs Transportation Cooperation MOU With Odakyu Electric Railway Company
7) The Rise Of The Retro License Plate
8) California DOT Placing Orange Stripes On Roadways To Alert Drivers To Construction Zones
SAFETY / SECURITY
9) Florida Turnpike Enterprise Unveils New Safety Enhancements To Prevent Wrong-Way Drivers
10) Can AI All But End Car Crashes? The Potential Is There.
11) Mobile Driver’s Licenses, Digital Credentials Advance Identity Proofing, Trade Groups Say
12) London Underground Noise Complaints On The Rise
Tuesday Transportation Oddities
Buckle in if you’re headed to Simko Field (1ID9). It’s said to have the shortest primary runway in the world and is located in Inkom, Idaho. It’s a private airport and the runway is only 400 feet (122 meters) long.
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