Transportation Communications Newsletter
Wednesday, December 14, 2011 – ISSN 1529-1057
1) FAA Approves iPads in Cockpits, but Not for Passengers
Link to article in The New York Times:
2) FAA AeroNav Meeting: Radically Higher Prices for Digital Charting Proposed
Link to article on AVweb:
3) Cyprus Air Traffic Controllers to Strike Thursday
Link to article on the Famagusta Gazette:
4) In-Flight Dating? Using Social Media to Find a Seatmate
Link to article in USA Today:
5) Moscow Traffic Police Expect to Have All Traffic Cameras Working by Year End
Link to article on The Moscow News:
GPS / NAVIGATION
6) GPS Cruise Control Improves Fuel Economy
Link to article in The Telegraph:
Link to news release from Scania:
7) State Agencies Ask Utah Highway Patrol Association to Remove Crosses from Public Land
Link to article in the Deseret News:
8) News from ERTICO – ITS Europe
- ITS Toolkit Developed by the 2DECIDE Project Now Available
- Basque Country to Present Public Transport Information System: Euskaditransit
- ITS&S of the Czech Republic and Slovakia Present ITS Forum on 'Door-to-Door Seamless Mobility and Public Transportation Management'
9) Intertraffic World 2012 Showcase
Link to magazine:
PUBLIC INFORMATION / EDUCATION
10) California High-Speed Rail Going Without Statewide PR Contract
Link to article in The Sacramento Bee:
SAFETY / SECURITY
11) Cellphone Industry: Ban 'Manual Texting' but Not All Phones in Cars
Link to article in The Hill:
Link to statement from CTIA:
12) US Senate Panel Backs Ban on NHTSA Lobbying State and Local Officials
Link to article on WhoWon.com:
13) Transport for London Tests Travel Card Market
Link to article in The Guardian:
14) Ethernet for Vehicles Advances
Link to article in Design News:
Transportation Research Board 91st Annual Meeting – January 22-26 – Washington, DC
Today in Transportation History
1911 **100th anniversary**
The South Pole was reached for the first time by a Norwegian expedition led by Roald Amundsen.
Hans von Ohain, designer of the first operational jet engine, was born in Dessau, Germany.
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