Wednesday, July 30, 2008

Wednesday, July 30, 2008

Transportation Communications Newsletter

Wednesday, July 30, 2008 -- ISSN 1529-1057


1) Airlines, Tech Firms OK Probe Into Kiosks at Toronto Airport
Link to story in The Globe and Mail:

2) Australian Air Traffic Control Body ‘Inefficient’
Link to story in The Age:


3) Tennessee Appeals Court Upholds Knoxville Red-Light Cameras
Link to story in the Knoxville News Sentinel:


4) National Transportation Operations Coalition Launches New Format for Forums
Link to NTOC Talks Forum:


5) Remote Control Service: Will Telematics and Remote Diagnostics Give Dealerships a Direct Line to the Customer?
Link to story in Aftermarket Business:


6) About 400 Chicago Transit Authority Customers Overcharged on Fare Cards
Glitch may have affected thousands in other ways, CTA says.
Link to story in the Chicago Tribune:,0,6828658.story

7) Revenge of the MetroCard Machines, Part II
Link to story in The New York Times:

News Releases
US Transportation Secretary Peters Unveils Bush Administration’s New Approach for America’s Transportation Future
2) Garmin’s G600 Receives FAA Certification, Deliveries Begin
3) ASUS Enters Navigation Market Armed with Clear Channel Total Traffic Network Data
4) Jason-2 Begins Mapping Oceans
5) An Analysis of 4.9 GHz Public Safety Radio: Providing an Overview of Technology and Market Developments in the US
6) Image Sensing Systems Purchases Assets of EIS and Announces Expanded Strategy

Upcoming Events
Telematics Munich 2008 Conference & Exhibition – November 6-7 – Munich

Today in Transportation History
1863 **145th anniversary** - Henry Ford was born near Dearborn, Michigan.


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