Transportation Communications Newsletter
Monday, April 2, 2012 – ISSN 1529-1057
1) British Airways Customer Failures
Three part blog looks at some communications issues for the airline.
Link to blog on ZDNet:
http://goo.gl/kZnle (part 1)
http://goo.gl/6YTE1 (part 2)
http://goo.gl/xPxWv (part 3)
GPS / NAVIGATION
2) Google Now Using ReCAPTCHA to Decode Street View Addresses
Link to article on TechCrunch:
3) April Fool's Day Joke Raises Awareness of Distracted Walking in Philadelphia
Link to story on WCAU-TV:
PUBLIC INFORMATION / EDUCATION
4) Phoenix Launching Bike Safety Comic Books
Link to article in The Arizona Republic:
5) Connecting the Telematics Dots
Link to commentary in Aftermarket Business:
6) DC Metro Gag Order at Odds with Law
Link to article in The Washington Times:
7) QR Codes to Give You Metro-North Train Info on Your Smartphone
Link to article in The Journal News:
8) Hollywood, Florida Balks at Sidewalk Chalk Transit Campaign
Link to article in the Sun Sentinel:
9) Chicago Transit Authority Officials Quietly Working to Rebrand Bus and Rail Agency
Link to column in the Chicago Tribune:
Meeting and Webinar: Intelligent Network Flow Optimization ConOps Workshop – April 27 – Detroit
Today in Transportation History
1962 **50th anniversary** The first panda crossing officially opened in London. The new style pedestrian crossing used triangular markings and flashing lights.
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