Transportation Communications Newsletter
Monday, July 4, 2011 – ISSN 1529-1057
1) New Air Traffic Control System at Crossroads
Link to AP article:
2) New Guidance System for Skies Could Face Delays
Link to article and video in The Washington Post:
3) Distance Speed Cameras Locked-In In Australian Capital Territory
Link to article in The Canberra Times:
4) Costa Rican Traffic Cameras to Do More than Check Speeding Vehicles
Link to article on InsideCostaRica:
5) Israeli Government Committee to End Wildcat Spelling of Place Names
New policy designed to 'make it easier to read maps and signs.'
Link to article in The Jerusalem Post:
6) Mumbaikars 'Dislike' Traffic Cops' Facebook Page
Link to story on NDTV:
7) Florida's Learner-Permit Driving Exam Returns Online, Raising Questions About Cheating
Link to article in The Palm Beach Post:
8) Intelligent Transport Systems in Action
Action plan and legal framework for the deployment of ITS in Europe.
Link to publication from the EU:
9) New Minnesota-Wisconsin Bridge Could Attract Overweight Rigs, but New Technology Could Snag Violators
Link to article in the Star Tribune:
10) Sri Lanka Signboards, Street Names – Being Visible Silently
Link to article in The Sunday Times:
11) Surprise, Arizona Produces Video About Their Intelligent Transportation System
Link to video:
12) OnStar Paying Special Attention to China with Mobile App Launch
Link to article on Torque News:
13) E-Ticketing Planned for Swiss Transport
Link to article on The Local:
14) Bus Rapid Transit Eyed as Speedy Solution for US 36 in Colorado
Link to article in the Boulder Daily Camera:
TRAVELER INFORMATION / TRANSPORTATION MANAGEMENT
15) New Message Signs, Cameras Coming to Kentucky Highways
Link to AP article:
16) An Executive Viewpoint: Scott J. McCormick, President, Connected Vehicle Trade Association
Link to interview on TheWhereBusiness.com:
17) Connected Cars: Not Just Science Fiction Anymore
Link to article in PCWorld:
Webinar: Fundamentals of Machine Vision – Smart Cameras – July 12
Today in Transportation History
1961 **50th anniversary** Soviet nuclear submarine K-19 developed a leak in its reactor coolant system resulting in the death of a number aboard the sub.
1981 **30th anniversary** Joy McGrath and Bernie Wagenblast were married in Westfield, New Jersey.
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