Wednesday, December 26, 2007

Wednesday, December 26, 2007

Transportation Communications Newsletter

Wednesday, December 26, 2007 -- ISSN 1529-1057

1) Russia Launches New Generation of GLONASS Satellites into Orbit
Link to Pravda story:

2) Seattle Bus Tunnel to Remain Closed for Tests on Computer System
Link to AP story:

3) Arizona Law Removes Copper’s Luster for Criminals
Link to story in the Tucson Citizen:

4) Keeping Track of the Tracks
San Diego Sprinter line's stations, rails, cars equipped with cameras for 'high-tech security.'
Link to story in The San Diego Union-Tribune:

5) Northern Virginia Control Center Manages Traffic
Link to story in the Potomac News:

6) New Blog Puts Spotlight on California General Aviation Airport
Link to story in The Reporter:
Link to Nut Tree Airport Forum:

7) Managing Selected Transportation Assets: Signals, Lighting, Signs, Pavement Markings, Culverts, and Sidewalks
Link to report from the Transportation Research Board:

Upcoming Events
American Traffic Safety Services Association Convention & Traffic Expo – February 8-12 – New Orleans

Today in Transportation History
1870 РTunnelers met in the middle of the Fr̩jus Rail Tunnel. The tunnel connects Modane, France and Bardonecchia, Italy.


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