Transportation Communications Newsletter
Wednesday, March 10, 2010 – ISSN 1529-1057
AASHTO Daily Transportation Update
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1) US Weighs Aiding Airlines with Air Traffic Upgrades
Link to Reuters article:
2) FAA Renames General Aviation Magazine, Readies Stand Down
Link to article in Occupational Health & Safety:
3) Palo Alto Airport Hopes to Improve Communication with Community Following Crash
Link to article on Palo Alto Online:
4) Google Maps to Add Bike Maps, Directions
Link to CNET News article:
5) ‘Intelligent Video is Replacing Reactive Video’
Link to interview in InformationWeek:
6) Virtually Every Road in the UK Will Appear on Google’s Street View
Link to article in the Daily Mail:
GPS / NAVIGATION
7) DARPA Plans Lightning-Based GPS for Underground Warfighters
Link to article in Popular Science:
8) Amtrak Set to Rail About This or That on Twitter
Link to blog on Tnooz:
SAFETY / SECURITY
9) US Department of Homeland Security Secretary Fields Aviation Security Questions Posed on Facebook and Twitter
Link to article in Government Security News:
10) Texting While Driving: Put the Thumbs Away
Link to story and audio report on NPR’s Morning Edition:
American Society for Photogrammetry & Remote Sensing Annual Conference – April 26-30 – San Diego
Today in Transportation History
1910 **100th anniversary** Emil Aubrun made the first night flight in an airplane.
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