Tuesday, June 19, 2007

Tuesday, June 19, 2007

Transportation Communications Newsletter

Tuesday, June 19, 2007 -- ISSN 1529-1057

1) Canada Introduces No-Fly List
Link to Reuters story:

2) Wireless Broadband Valuable for Emergency Agencies
Link to story in Washington Technology:
Link to report from the National Telecommunications & Information Administration:

3) Traffic Cam Meets Its Match
GPS device steers drivers clear of tickets.
Link to story in the Chicago Sun-Times:

4) Report: Apple Making In-Car Entertainment/GPS for Mercedes
Link to story on iTWire:
Link to original report in Focus:
http://www.focus.de/digital/computer/bordcomputer_aid_63624.html (in German)

5) Online Carpool Plan Ready for Fall Launch in Nebraska
Link to story in the Omaha World-Herald:

6) Can Technology Help Traffic?
Cameras, sensors will direct traffic in Northeast Florida.Link to story in The Times-Union:

7) No Highway Advertising for Ohio Truck Wash
Link to story in Professional Carwashing & Detailing:

8) New Web Site Warns US Drivers of Traffic Woes in Sonora, Mexico
Link to story in the Yuma Sun:
Link to site: http://www.az511.gov/hcrsweb/sonora.jsp

9) On Canadian Docks, Workers to Carry New IDs
Link to story in Washington Technology:

News Releases

1) New Technology Advances Will Drive Automotive Head-Up Displays to $400 Million by 2012

2) New Technology Gains Upper Hand on Bridge Safety

3) American Airlines Launches AAdvantage Milestones e-Magazine

Upcoming Events
2007 F. Russell Hoyt National Airports Conference – September 9-11 – Tucson, Arizona

Today in Transportation History
1864 – The CSS Alabama sank off the coast of France following a battle with the USS Kearsarge.


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