Transportation Communications Newsletter
Thursday, June 30, 2011 – ISSN 1529-1057
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1) Air Congestion Good News for Some in the Middle East
Air traffic woes could be boon to aerospace companies hoping to sell high-tech solutions.
Link to article in The National:
2) With New Jersey Turnpike Change, E-ZPass Disparities Grow
Link to article in The Philadelphia Inquirer:
GPS / NAVIGATION
3) LightSquared Submits GPS Report to FCC
Link to Reuters article:
4) LightSquared Goes Global; GLONASS, Galileo May be at Risk, Too
Link to article in GPS World:
5) Mitsubishi's New Car Navigation System Lets You Record or Watch Shows While Driving
Link to article on Ubergizmo:
Link to news release from Mitsubishi:
6) Technology and Parking: What's Next?
Link to article in Parking Today:
7) The Chunnel is Far More Than Eurostar
A look behind the scenes of the rail tunnel and its control center.
Link to article and video on CNET:
8) Welsh Government Signs 'Intelligent Transport Systems' Deal
Link to article in The Guardian:
Link to news release from the Welsh Government:
SAFETY / SECURITY
9) Latest Issue of SOL eMagazine Online
Publication from project to improve road safety in Central Europe.
Link to magazine:
10) Boston T Encourages Riders to Tweet Reports of Broken Air Conditioning
Link to article in the Boston Herald:
TRAVELER INFORMATION / TRANSPORTATION MANAGEMENT
11) Los Angeles Police Department Asks Celebrities to Tweet Out Word on I-405 Closure
Link to article in the Los Angeles Times:
12) Traffic Reports Aplenty, but Which to Rely On?
Link to column from The Dallas Morning News:
13) Bill Would Allow Ads on New Jersey DOT Vehicles
Link to article in the Gloucester County Times:
National Transportation Public Affairs Workshop – August 15-18 – Des Moines, Iowa
Today in Transportation History
1971 **40th anniversary** The three cosmonauts aboard Soyuz 11 were killed when their capsule decompressed during re-entry.
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