Monday, January 16, 2012

Monday, January 16, 2012

Transportation Communications Newsletter

Monday, January 16, 2012 – ISSN 1529-1057


1) Wi-Fi Use in the Air is Slow to Take Off

Link to article in USA Today:

2) Kansas City International Airport is an Exception to Cellphone Lot Trend at Airports

Link to article in The Kansas City Star:


3) US Government Agency Concludes LightSquared Can't Work with GPS

Link to IDG News Service article:


4) 'Big Brother' Takes the Wheel

Link to article in the Financial Times: (free registration required)


5) Sofia, Bulgaria to Introduce Intelligent Traffic Management System at 20 Busy Crossroads

Link to Focus News Agency article:

6) UK Radio Supplier Trafficlink Becomes Inrix

Link to article on Radio Today:

7) Waste of Money: New Hampshire Highway Signs State Obvious

Link to editorial in the New Hampshire Union Leader:


8) The Future of Car Tech: Efficiency, Automation and Sharing

Link to article in The Atlantic:

News Releases

1) Global Passenger Survey to Shed Light on the Most Effective Ways to Communicate with Travelers

Upcoming Events

Georgia Logistics Summit – February 8 – Atlanta

Today in Transportation History

1962 **50th anniversary** A US Air Force B-47E bomber crashed on Wright Peak in the Adirondack Mountains of New York. All four people aboard were killed.


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