Transportation


  • London Underground to begin tracking passengers through Wi-Fi hotspots

    May 23, 2019

    Transport for London (TfL) is planning to roll out a system to track commuters making use of public Wi-Fi hotspots across the London Underground in coming months. The UK transport agency said on Wednesday that “secure, privacy-protected data collection will begin on 8 July 2019,” with improved customer services — including warnings over delays and station congestion — ...

  • UN deminers in Yemen start clearing Hodeidah ports as Houthis withdraw

    May 14, 2019

    A team of UN deminers began clearing thousands of landmines and explosives planted by Houthis around the ports of Hodeidah on Monday, as the rebel withdrawal from the three Red Sea ports continues, according to the spokesman for the pro-government forces in Hodeidah. “A UN team has already started clearing and dismantling a huge number of ...

  • Sweeping Changes To NZ Aviation Legislation Proposed

    May 13, 2019

    New Zealand’s government has proposed sweeping changes to the regulation of the country’s aviation sector, from damaged or lost luggage compensation, drug and alcohol management and the assessment of airline alliances, to making it an offence to harm or assault an aviation security officer’s dog. The overhaul was part of a new Civil Aviation Bill announced ...

  • Passenger jet came within just 32ft of hitting a drone as it came into land at Manchester Airport

    April 12, 2019

    A passenger jet came within just 32ft of hitting a drone ‘almost head-on’ as it came into land at Manchester Airport. A pilot described the incident near as a ‘close encounter’, a UK Airprox Board (UKAB) report revealed. The rectangular drone was flown in front of an Airbus A319 aircraft approaching the airport at 3,000 feet on Thursday. Measuring up to ...