Friday, March 16, 2007
Friday, March 16, 2007
Transportation Communications Newsletter
Friday, March 16, 2007 -- ISSN 1529-1057
Bernie Wagenblast Voice Services
You probably know me best through the TCN but what you might not realize is that I had my start in broadcasting and have continued to use my voice for a number of projects. Among those for whom I've provided my voice are the Port Authority of NY & NJ, Sam Schwartz PLLC, the Triborough Bridge & Tunnel Authority, and the New Jersey Department of Transportation. Each day thousands hear my announcements on AirTrain at JFK and Newark Liberty airports.
If your company or agency should need a friendly, professional voice for a phone system, Web site, video, PowerPoint presentation or just about anything else, please let me know. In most cases distance isn't an issue since recordings can be sent via e-mail or on a CD. To learn more, please visit http://brwagenblast.googlepages.com/voice or drop me a note at email@example.com.
1) Plans for European GPS Break Down
Link to story in the Financial Times:
2) FAA, Airlines Confront Potential $47 Billion Collective Cost of NextGen Air Traffic Control
Link to story on ATW Online:
3) US Department of Homeland Security Tech Chief Wants Broadband for First Responders
Link to story on GovExec:
4) Signs for Under-18 Drivers Spark ConcernIllinois secretary of state, police fear tipping off predators.
Link to story in The State Journal-Register:
5) “Children at Play” Signs Don’t Slow Drivers
Link to story in The Tennessean:
6) Port Authority of NY & NJ Says Feds Endangering Port Security
Link to story in The Star-Ledger:
7) Naming Roads, Buildings after Living Politicians Can Turn Out to be Embarrassing
Link to AP story:
8) Vietnam Innovation Day 2007 to have Traffic Safety Theme
Link to story in Nhan Dan:
1) Transit through the Alps: the Observatory for Traffic in the Alpine Region is Now Operational
2) CONNECTing Traffic Message Channel to Central and Eastern Europe with New Brochure
NTI Training Course - Multimodal Traveler Information Systems - April 25-26 – Tampa, Florida & May 30-31 – Los Angeles
The latest congestion-fighting idea from London.
Today in Transportation History
1978 – The Amoco Cadiz runs aground in the English Channel. Over 1.6 million barrels of crude oil were spilled, fouling beaches in France and the UK.
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