Friday, August 28, 2009

Friday, August 28, 2009

Transportation Communications Newsletter

Friday, August 28, 2009 – ISSN 1529-1057


1) Back on the Bus

Buses back in style in the US Northeast corridor with amenities such as Wi-Fi.

Link to article in The Washington Post:


2) 3-D Imaging Set Off Lane Closure on Ohio Bridge

Link to article in The Plain Dealer:


3) Tighter Oversight on US Border Laptop Searches

Link to AP article:


4) Staying Entertained and Informed – Telemotive

Link to article in Automotive Industries:


5) ÖBB (Austrian Rail) Takes NFC Into the Next Dimension…

Link to article in Mobility:

6) TriMet Ride Advocate Campaigns to Save Jobs Helping Transit Passengers

Link to article in The Oregonian:


7) Wyoming DOT: New Highway Message System Working

Link to article in the Casper Star-Tribune:

8) Member of Scottish Parliament: Electronic Signs ‘Unnecessary’

Link to article in The Press and Journal:

News Releases

1) North Carolina Travel Information Now Available on Twitter

Job Postings

- Team Leader of the Intelligent Transportation System Team/Senior Transportation Specialist – Federal Transit Administration – Washington, DC

Upcoming Events

2009 Sustainability, Social Responsibility, Energy Conservation and Maintenance Conference – October 4-6 – St. Louis

Friday Bonus

Here’s one more thing to blame on traffic.

Today in Transportation History

1609 **400th anniversary** - Henry Hudson and his crew make the first recorded European visit to Delaware Bay.


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