Wednesday, January 31, 2007

Wednesday, January 31, 2007

Transportation Communications Newsletter

Wednesday, January 31, 2007 -- ISSN 1529-1057

1) Pros Plan How to Get Into, Out of Stadium
No detail is too small for the small army of transportation professionals who have been working to move fans, workers and VIPs seamlessly into and out of the Super Bowl.
Link to story in The Miami Herald: (may require free registration)

2) Arizona Senate Transportation Chairman Wants Voters to Decide on Freeway Cameras
Link to story in The Arizona Daily Star:

3) Panelists Call for Emergency Communications Mandate
Link to story from CongressDaily:

4) Kansas City Scout Web Site Crashes Amid Snowstorm
Link to story in The Kansas City Star:

5) Wi-Fi Proposal Would Put Los Angeles’ Gold Line Online
Link to story in the Pasadena Star-News:

6) Soon, Hampton Roads Riders Can Use the Web to Snare the Right Bus
Link to story in The Virginian-Pilot:

News Releases

1) Clear Channel Expands Total Traffic Network with Inrix Real-Time Traffic in 92 US Markets

2) Innovative Vessel Traffic Service to Partner Tampa Bay Area Ports and Coast Guard

3) Michigan DOT/Michigan Economic Development Corporation Sign VII Research Agreement with Sweden,1607,7-151-9620_11057-161214--,00.html

Upcoming Events
International Air Transport Association Ops Forum – April 16-18 – Montreal

Today in Transportation History
1917 **90th anniversary** - Germany announces the resumption of submarine warfare in the Atlantic Ocean.


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