Transportation Communications Newsletter
Friday, January 27, 2012 – ISSN 1529-1057
If you've ridden the AirTrain at Kennedy or Newark airports or if you've waited for a train in the New York City subway, you've probably heard my voice telling you what you needed to know. I'd welcome the opportunity to be the voice for your transit agency, phone greeting or video narration. More than anyone else doing voiceover work, I know transportation and can give you what you need to greet and inform your customers. For more information please drop me a line at email@example.com. You can also learn more, hear samples of my work and read what clients have said at http://www.bwcommunications.net/.
1) The Online Map Wars
Link to article in Technology Review:
GPS / NAVIGATION
2) Czechs Sign Deal with EU Agency to Host Headquarters of Galileo
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3) South Dakota Transportation Commission Says Farm Wineries Don't Belong on Informational and Directional Signs at Interchanges
Link to article in The Daily Republic:
SAFETY / SECURITY
4) Kentucky Senate Committee OKs Bill Allowing Reflective Tape Rather than Triangular Emblem on Slow Vehicles
Link to article in the Daily News:
Link to Senate Bill 75: http://www.lrc.ky.gov/record/12RS/SB75.htm
5) Federal Auditors Raise MARTA Safety Concerns
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6) Next Silver Line Bus from Boston's Logan Airport? A Mystery No More
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7) Bangalore's Smart Bus Project May Start by Year-End
Link to article in the Deccan Herald:
TRAVELER INFORMATION / TRANSPORTATION MANAGEMENT
8) Ada County, Iowa Eyes 'Smarter Signals,' Better Black Ice Detection and Other Advances for Transportation Future
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9) SARTRE Road-Train Project Successfully Tests Four-Vehicle 'Platoon'
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10) In Embedded Systems, Standardization Seen as Key
Link to article in automotiveIT International:
IBTTA Transportation Summit of South Africa – March 11-13 – Cape Town, South Africa
If you're going to misspell a road marking, try to find a less ironic location.
Today in Transportation History
1967 **45th anniversary** Astronauts Gus Grissom, Edward White and Roger Chaffee were killed during a fire aboard Apollo 1 during a test at the Kennedy Space Center.
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