Thursday, June 28, 2007

Thursday, June 28, 2007

Transportation Communications Newsletter

Thursday, June 28, 2007 -- ISSN 1529-1057

1) EU, US Reach Deal on Passenger Data
Link to AP story:

2) Port of Seattle to Vote on Recording Its Closed SessionsLink to story in the Seattle Post-Intelligencer:

3) A Better Way from A to B
Link to commentary in IT Week:

4) A Car with a Mind of Its Own
University of Florida team hopes to advance in competition to develop a self-driving automobile.
Link to story and video in The Gainesville Sun:

5) US Border Security Program Under Scrutiny
Lawmakers, investigators doubt timeline for fingerprint collection program at airports.
Link to AP story:
Link to report from the Government Accountability Office:

News Releases

1) Nissan Incorporates Message Alert Against Drunk-Driving on Carwings Navi System,131092.shtml

2) 3M Completes Sale of Priority Control and Traffic Detection Businesses to TorQuest Partners Inc.*A1167656400000*B1183087770000*C4102491599000*DgroupByDate*J2*N1000940&newsLang=en&beanID=75290669&viewID=news_view_popup

Upcoming Events
Talking Technology and Transportation (T3) Webinar: “Developing a Regional Concept for Transportation Operations” – July 25

Today in Transportation History
1983 – The I-95 Mianus River Bridge collapsed in Cos Cob, Connecticut. Three people were killed.


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