Monday, May 28, 2007

Monday, May 28, 2007

Transportation Communications Newsletter

Monday, May 28, 2007 -- ISSN 1529-1057

1) Cell Marks the Spot
Wireless phone navigation technology is latest guide for the road.
Link to Newhouse News Service story:

2) NASA Opens World Wind Viewer as a Mapping ToolOutside developers can embed NASA images and functions in their own geomapping applications.
Link to story in Government Computer News:

3) Rochester Institute of Technology Tests Monitoring System on Buses
Link to story in Metro:

4) Sales of Portable Navigation Devices Rising
Link to story in the San Jose Mercury News:

5) Putting Batmobile to Shame
Link to Indiatimes News Network story:

6) Lecturer Sheds Light on Traffic Safety Principles
Overuse of safety improvements can create danger.
Link to story in the Hillsboro Argus:

7) Intelligent Roads in the Service of Road Safety
Link to article in Nordic: (page 28)

Upcoming Events
Possibilities of Using Electronic Systems to Improve Road Safety – June 5-6 – Berlin,2655.987752/Possibilities-of-using-electro.htm

Today in Transportation History
1937 **70th anniversary** - The Golden Gate Bridge opens to vehicular traffic.


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