Friday, August 10, 2007

Friday, August 10, 2007

Transportation Communications Newsletter

Friday, August 10, 2007 -- ISSN 1529-1057

1) In a Crisis, New York City Subway Riders Get Little Guidance
Link to story in The New York Times:
NJ Transit Trumps MTA in Information Game
Link to story and audio report on WNYC Radio:

2) US-VISIT Security Flaws Put Sensitive Data at Risk, Report Finds
Link to story in Washington Technology:

3) Federal Warning on Bridges Called Unclear by Iowa Officials
Link to story in The Des Moines Register:

4) Pennsylvania DOT Uses Driver Database to Recruit
Link to story in The Patriot-News:

5) I’m Trying to Get on the Bus
Writer recounts frustrations with trying to get bus information.
Link to column in The Berkeley Daily Planet:

News Releases

1) Seattle Company's Traffic Cam Eases Commuters Woes

2) LAXpectations Web Site Updates Public on Construction Impacts to Los Angeles Airport Passenger Terminals, Roadways
Link to site:

Upcoming Events
Coordination of Transport Research in Europe – ERA-NET Transport Conference – September 27 – Brussels

Friday Bonus
A warning you probably won’t be seeing on your next flight.

Today in Transportation History
1907 **100th anniversary** - The Peking to Paris motor race concludes with Italian Prince Scipione Borghese winning.


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