Wednesday, November 14, 2007

Wednesday, November 14, 2007

Transportation Communications Newsletter

Wednesday, November 14, 2007 -- ISSN 1529-1057

1) Rhode Island DOT Spends $500,000 to Avoid a ‘Little Dig’
Public relations campaign will promote relocation of interstate highway.
Link to story in The Providence Journal:

2) Los Angeles Metrolink Gets EMetrolink
Link to story in the Los Angeles Times;
Link to EMetrolink:

3) Nokia to Release Pedestrian-Friendly Version of Maps in 2008
Link to Dow Jones story:

4) No-Frills Gadget Offers Real-Time Traffic
Link to story in the Chicago Tribune:
Link to news release from TrafficGauge:

5) Submarines Dive Deep with New Siren System
A new technology using expendable buoys could greatly enhance submarines’ long-range communications.
Link to story in Government Computer News:

News Releases

BMW Presents ‘Wrong-Way’ Driver Information

Upcoming Events
EVS-23: Sustainability -- The Future of Transportation – December 2-5 – Anaheim, California

Today in Transportation History
1914 – The first Dodge automobile is completed.


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