Transportation Communications Newsletter
Monday, March 26, 2012 – ISSN 1529-1057
Unique Transportation Voiceovers
Have a product or service you're trying to draw attention to? How about an upcoming event? Why not use sound to tell people what's happening. Here's a recording I did for ITS-NY. In a little over a minute you get a rundown of what's ahead.
How might you use such a recording? Well, you could put a link on your website, include it in an email blast or even connect to it through a QR code in printed materials. The link could remain the same with new updates provided on a regular basis. In some situations, I'd be willing to do a similar recording for free! Please contact me at email@example.com to learn more.
1) NextGen Breakeven Shifts to 2020, FAA Says
Link to article in Aviation Week:
GPS / NAVIGATION
2) Military Jamming of GPS Likely in Scotland During Joint Warrior Exercise
Link to BBC News story:
3) Fed Driver Distraction Guidelines Make Navigation Unusable
Link to Car Tech blog on CNET:
4) Instant America
Infographic shows how impatient Americans can be.
Link to Online Graduate Programs:
5) Los Angeles Traffic Signals Finally Getting in Sync
Link to article in the Los Angeles Daily News:
SAFETY / SECURITY
6) Electronics Top Distractions for Teen Drivers
Link to story on CBS News:
Link to report from AAA Foundation for Traffic Safety: http://goo.gl/SajJm
7) Aviva: Overcoming the 'Greatest Challenge' for Insurance Telematics
Link to interview on Telematics Update:
8) Obama Administration Trying to Curb Distracted Driving Among Public Transit Employees
Link to article in The Hill:
Link to 'Dear Colleague" letter from the FTA: http://goo.gl/3fqFi
9) New York MTA's BusTime Off to Fast Start
Link to article on Transportation Nation:
10) BC Transit Heroes Honored by New Website
Link to article in The Vancouver Sun:
Link to site: http://www.transithero.ca/
11) Articles from Mass Transit – March 2012
- Las Vegas: Where Image is Important
- Coming Together: Regional Fare Update
- Technology Initiative Updates
TRAVELER INFORMATION / TRANSPORTATION MANAGEMENT
12) New Mexico State University Engineers Testing Dust Storm Detection and Notification System
Link to article from NMSU:
13) The Evolution of the Cooperative Vehicle
Link to blog on The Grush Hour:
Workshop & Webinar: Vehicle-to-Infrastructure Research Workshop – April 18 – Washington, DC
Today in Transportation History
1839 The first Henley Royal Regatta was held.
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