Transportation Communications Newsletter
Tuesday, May 17, 2011 – ISSN 1529-1057
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1) NextGen Presents Challenges, Benefits for Airports
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2) Thales Opens Global Air Traffic Management Research Center in Melbourne
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3) Supporters of Speed Camera Locators Mobilize Against French Government
Link to article in The New York Times:
4) New Washington State Law Allows Cameras on School Buses to Catch Drivers Passing Illegally
Link to article in The Herald:
5) Transportation Libraries – Masters of Information
Link to article in Public Roads:
6) ITS Professional Capacity Building: Setting Strategic Direction 2010-2014
Link to report from US DOT:
PUBLIC INFORMATION / EDUCATION
7) North Carolina Authorities Stage Train Wreck for Training Video
Link to article in the Rocky Mount Telegram:
SAFETY / SECURITY
8) Facebook Page Posting Information on Drunk Driving Checkpoints and Speed Camera Locations in Perth, Australia
Link to article in The West Australian:
Link to Facebook page:
TRAVELER INFORMATION / TRANSPORTATION MANAGEMENT
9) India Minister for Home and Transport's Plan for Bengaluru Traffic: ITS
Link to article in the Deccan Chronicle:
10) Traffic Management a Priority for Charlotte Motor Speedway
Link to article in the Independent Tribune:
11) Travel Times Being Added to Interstate Signs in Indianapolis Area
Link to story and audio on WIBC Radio:
12) Canadian AM Stations Increasingly Being Salvaged with All-Traffic Radio News
Link to blog on Yahoo News Canada:
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13) Do You Need a License to Drive a Driverless Car?
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14) Winds of Reform Sweep Swiss Weather Service
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