Friday, December 28, 2007

Friday, December 28, 2007

Transportation Communications Newsletter

Friday, December 28, 2007 -- ISSN 1529-1057

1) ‘I’m on the T’: Boston Subway Tunnels Ready for Cell Phones
Link to story in The Boston Globe:

2) Fastrak Taking Toll of Jobs at Bay Area Bridge Booths
Link to story in The Reporter:

3) Governors: Only Half of States Use Department of Homeland Security Info-Sharing Networks
Link to story in Washington Technology:

4) Federal Communications Commission Allows New York City to Operate 700 MHz Public Safety System Before End of DTV Transition
Link to story in Doug Lung’s RF Report:

5) Motorists Get Access to Latest Traffic Information for Christmas
A boost in digital radio sales over Christmas is likely to mean better access to traffic information for drivers.
Link to story in Easier Motoring:

6) In-Vehicle Technology in Focus in Las Vegas
Link to story on MarketWatch:

7) Houston TV Station Uses Mobile 'Traffic Jams' As Revenue Booster
Link to story in MediaDailyNews:

News Releases
ITS World Congress Wants Your Papers
2) Traffic Technologies, Inc. Selected to Implement E-ZPass Plus System at Syracuse Hancock International Airport

Upcoming Events
CONEXPO-CON/AGG 2008 – February 11-15 – Las Vegas

Friday Bonus
With 2008 only a few days away, here’s an interesting look at how Disney saw future transportation from a 1958 perspective.

Today in Transportation History
1912 – The San Francisco Municipal Railway begins service.


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1 comment:

Nicky said...

informative post....