Transportation Communications Newsletter
Friday, November 4, 2011 – ISSN 1529-1057
For this year's fundraiser I have something a little different. For a long time I've looked for note cards with a transportation theme. I never found one I liked and I recently worked with a graphic designer and printer to create a note card that those of you in the field might find of interest. If you go to http://goo.gl/T2ra4 you can get a look at the design. For me, since I'm involved in all modes of transport, I included graphics with a variety of modes. Your interests may be narrower. If you would like to order similar note cards please let me know. The graphics and colors can be adjusted based on your preferences. Prices will vary based on quantities and shipping costs. For more information please contact me at email@example.com.
1) Iraq Air-Traffic Controllers Prepare to Fly Solo
Link to AFP article:
GPS / NAVIGATION
2) Russia Launches Navigation Satellites
Link to AFP article:
Link to news release from the Russian Federal Space Agency:
http://www.federalspace.ru/main.php?id=2&nid=18207 (in Russian)
3) Reckless Driving Charge Against Miami Police Officer Sparks Tension with Florida Highway Patrol
Link to article in The Miami Herald:
4) One Transportation App to Rule Them All
A German startup lets you use your phone to request bike and car shares, as well as public transit.
Link to article in Fast Company:
PUBLIC INFORMATION / EDUCATION
5) SMART Plans Outreach Campaign to Reach Taxpayers About Train Plan's Progress
Link to article in the Marin Independent Journal:
6) Online and Underground – Internet Access in Major Global Subway Networks
Link to infographic from the New Cities Foundation:
- Request for Qualifications – Incident Management System for the San Francisco Bay Area – Metropolitan Transportation Commission
Webinar: AERIS Broad Agency Announcement Foundational Research – November 9
This vehicle may open your garage door but just be happy it doesn't try to park inside.
Today in Transportation History
1911 **100th anniversary** The dirigible Akron took its first test flight at Atlantic City, New Jersey.
November 5, 1911 **100th anniversary** Calbraith Rodgers, in the Vin Fiz Flyer, completed the first flight across the US.
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