Transportation Communications Newsletter
Friday, December 9, 2011 – ISSN 1529-1057
1) Valdosta, Georgia Police to Use Traffic Cameras to Fight Crime
Link to story on WCTV-TV:
2) Many Moscow Traffic Cameras Not Able to Record Violations
Link to article from Kommersant:
http://en.ria.ru/papers/20111209/169523974.html (scroll down to story)
3) Mobile GIS Vehicle Puts Monroe County, New York on the Map
Link to article in Government Technology:
4) European Commission Updates Rules for License-Free Spectrum
Frequencies can be used by ITS.
Link to article in Telecompaper:
PUBLIC INFORMATION / EDUCATION
5) Port Authority of New York and New Jersey Posts Employees' Pay, Other Compensation Online
Link to article in the Asbury Park Press:
6) Government Officials, Norfolk Southern Railroad Agree to Improved Communication Following November Derailment in Elmira, New York
Link to article in The Ithaca Journal:
7) Number of Roadside Call Boxes Dwindling as Use Declines in San Francisco Bay Area
Link to article in The Examiner:
8) The Road Sign as Design Classic
The Design Museum adds a motorway sign to its collection.
Link to BBC News story:
Link to further information from the Design Museum:
9) Hartford to Enter Pay-as-You-Drive Auto Insurance Arena
Link to article on MarketWatch:
10) Texas Board Approves 'One State Under God' License Plate
Link to article in the Austin American-Statesman:
11) Texas Sons of Confederate Veterans Sues Over License Plates
Link to article in the Los Angeles Times:
T3 Webinar: Systems Engineering for Adaptive Signal Control Technology – December 15
This isn't the train set-up you'll find around the tree on Christmas morning.
Today in Transportation History
1956 **55th anniversary** Trans-Canada Air Lines Flight 810 crashed into Mount Slesse near Chilliwack, British Columbia killing all 62 people aboard.
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