Transportation Communications Newsletter
Thursday, June 23, 2011 – ISSN 1529-1057
1) Pilot Suspended for Slurs, Swearing Over Air Traffic Radio
Link to story and video on KSAT-TV:
2) Info-Sharing Project at FAA Over-Budget, Behind Schedule
Link to article on Fierce Government IT:
3) ‘Silly’ UK Cycles Lanes Featured on Website
Link to BBC News article:
4) Using Hidden Cameras to Catch Car Thieves
Link to article and video in The Baltimore Sun:
5) Egypt’s First GIS-Enabled Information Portal
Link to article in Daily News Egypt:
GPS / NAVIGATION
6) LightSquared, GPS Industry Square Off on Capitol Hill
Link to article in Wireless Week:
7) Pirates Now Using Blogs, GPS to Hunt Merchant Vessels
Link to article in Time:
8) New Law Requires South Carolina DOT to List Railroad Crossings on Website
Link to AP article:
9) Quebec Establishes Committee to Coordinate Roadwork
Link to article in The Gazette:
SAFETY / SECURITY
10) Niagara Frontier Transportation Authority to Develop Policy on Public Photography
Link to article in The Buffalo News:
11) Why Your Vehicles Should Tell You Everything They Do
Link to article on GreenBiz.com:
12) BART Riders Try Out New Seat Options at Interactive Lab
Link to article in The Examiner:
Transit ITS Regional Workshop – June 22-23 – Minneapolis
Today in Transportation History
1611 **400th anniversary** Henry Hudson, his son and seven crew members were sent adrift in what is now Hudson Bay.
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