Wednesday, April 18, 2007

Wednesday, April 18, 2007

Transportation Communications Newsletter

Wednesday, April 18, 2007 -- ISSN 1529-1057

1) Montana Takes Lead in Revolt Against Real ID
Link to story on Stateline:

2) Green Light for Australian In-Flight Mobile Trial
Link to story in The Sydney Morning Herald:

3) Smart Plate Waits for Red Tape to Unsnarl
Canadian entrepreneur hopes to market license plates embedded with RFID tags.
Link to story in the Financial Post:

4) Control Center to Monitor I-10 Construction Project in Tucson
Link to story in the Tucson Citizen:

5) ‘Smart’ System for Malaysian Roads
Link to story in The Star:

6) Mixed Views as New Data System Hits South African Roads
Link to story from Business Day:

7) North Carolina Airport Promotes United Flight
Few airlines get publicity paid for.
Link to story in The News & Observer:

News Releases

1) Nissan’s Carwings Helps Promote Local Tourism in Japan

2) Moovera and Vodafone Collaborate on Wi-Fi for Public Transport

3) Boeing-Led Team Developing Surface Navigation Concept for DARPA

Upcoming Events
11th International Conference on Mobility and Transport for Elderly and Disabled Persons (TRANSED) – June 18-21 - MontrĂ©al

Today in Transportation History
1991 – The US Congress ends a one-day railroad workers strike.


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