Transportation Communications Newsletter
Friday, December 2, 2011 – ISSN 1529-1057
1) US Government Seeks Disclosure of Airline Fees
Carriers oppose breaking down what they charge travelers.
Link to article in The Atlanta Journal-Constitution:
2) Eugene, Oregon Bike Traffic-Light Shows Mixed Success Rate
Link to story on KEZI-TV:
Link to news release:
3) More than 10,000 Answer Pennsylvania Turnpike Survey
Link to article in the Daily American:
4) New York MTA's Online Auctions Not Cutting Edge
Link to article in The New York Times:
5) Transport for London Commits to Stopping Stigma Associated with Mental Health in Workplace
Link to article in HR:
6) New TV Show Follows the Life of Singing Car Journalist
Link to article in Forbes:
7) SunGuide Disseminator – December 2011
Link to newsletter from Florida DOT:
8) Moscow Police Start High-Tech Parking Patrols
Link to article on The Moscow News:
PUBLIC INFORMATION / EDUCATION
9) New Orleans Traffic Camera Scofflaw Names Cannot be Secret, Newspaper Says in Appeal
Link to article in The Times-Picayune:
10) Is Transportation Funding Fundamentally a PR Problem? Five Ex-US DOT Chiefs Discuss
Link to Streetsblog Capitol Hill:
11) Michigan DOT Outfitting Dangerous Metro Detroit Highways with New 'Curve Warning Systems'
Link to article on MLive:
12) Deadline Extended to December 16 for the 2011 Traffic Signal Operations Self-Assessment Survey
Link to further information from the National Transportation Operations Coalition:
13) Seattle Metro Relents on 'Buy American' Bus Ads
Link to article in The Seattle Times:
14) Denver RTD Holds Town Hall Meetings via Telephone
Link to article in Metro:
TRAVELER INFORMATION / TRANSPORTATION MANAGEMENT
15) Inside the Sandy Springs, Georgia Traffic Management Center
Link to article on Sandy Springs Patch:
16) Vehicle Radio/Audio Trends for the Holidays
Link to article in Radio World:
Webinar: Introducing Proxim ITS Solutions – December 6
It's that time of year when thoughts turn to holiday gift buying. This column might give you a few ideas to put on your own wish list.
Today in Transportation History
1911 **100th anniversary** The Australasian Antarctic Expedition departed Macquarie Island en route to explore Antarctica.
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