Transportation Communications Newsletter
Friday, August 3, 2012 – ISSN 1529-1057
1) Minnesota Courts Cyclists with a New Mobile Platform
Link to article in Fast Company:
2) Over Half of California DOT Bay Area Traffic Cameras Broken
Link to story on KTVU-TV:
3) Indian Defense Minister Pushes for Completion of Coastal Radar Network Phase 1
Link to article in The Indian Express:
4) Are Government Kiosks Making a Comeback?
Link to article in Government Technology:
5) Lego Robot Vehicle Lesson Plans for Secondary Education
New curriculum to be used as tool for recruiting future transportation engineers.
Link to article in Florida Technology Transfer Quarterly:
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6) New Traffic Network in Galway, Ireland Passes Its First Major Test
Link to article in the Galway City Tribune:
7) US Customs and Border Protection Adds Low-Power Radio Station at Mexico Border Crossing
Link to article in Government Security News:
8) Ada County, Idaho Use Cameras to Manage Traffic
Link to story on KBOI-TV:
9) Survey: Drivers Like In-Car Internet, Worry About Safety, Privacy
Link to IDG News Service article:
Link to news release: http://goo.gl/ZO0ui
10) IIHS Considering Autonomous Braking, Other Tech as Part of Crash Evaluations
Link to article on AOL Autos:
- Request for Proposals – Transit Safety and Security Audits – Detroit Transportation Corporation
- Request for Proposals – Comprehensive Operational Analysis of DASH Fixed-Route Transit System – City of Alexandria, Virginia
Future Travel Experience 2012 – September 5-7 – Vancouver, British Columbia
Specialty advertising to fight distracted driving.
Today in Transportation History
1492 **520th anniversary** Christopher Columbus left Spain with his fleet of the Pinta, Santa María and Niña, on his first voyage to the New World.
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