Thursday, August 30, 2012

Thursday, August 30, 2012

Transportation Communications Newsletter

Thursday, August 30, 2012 – ISSN 1529-1057

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1) Miami International Airport Beefing Up Security
Link to article in Government Technology:

2) Pop-Up Wi-Fi Survey on Presidential Race Yanked at Charlotte, North Carolina Airport
Link to article in The Charlotte Observer:


3) Google Maps Offering Voice-Guided Bike Navigation
Link to blog from Google:


4) The Future of Aerial Mapmaking: Cheap Helium Balloons
Link to blog on The Atlantic Cities:


5) Retailers Introduce Indoor Navigation in Apps
Link to article in USA Today:

6) Garmin Smartphone Apps Getting Public Transportation Features Soon
Link to blog on SlashGear:


7) Report: 'Distracted Walking' Endangers Teens
Link to article in USA Today:


8) No More Typing and Driving for Fort Wayne, Indiana Police
Link to story on WPTA & WISE-TV:


9) Can the Right Telematics Win Electric Vehicle Drivers?
Link to Greentech Media article:


10) Dubai's Misguided Effort to Motivate Its Bus Drivers
Link to blog on The Atlantic Cities:

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