Transportation Communications Newsletter
Thursday, August 9, 2012 – ISSN 1529-1057
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1) Language Spies Posing as Travelers Heading to Canadian Airports to Test Bilingualism
Link to Postmedia News article:
2) Ryanair Offers Free Flight Delay Texts
Link to article on Business Traveller:
3) Edinburgh Airport Covers Up Ad Showing Nude Picasso Painting
Link to article in the Daily Record:
4) BikePlanner.Org – A New Community-Based Trip-Routing Tool
Link to Mobility Lab blog:
5) Bicycle Wayfinding in Los Angeles
Link to LADOT Bike Blog:
6) Law Now Requires Amarillo, Texas Resident's Opinions on Red-Light Cameras
Link to article in the Amarillo Globe-News:
7) COMSAR Finalizes Global Maritime Distress and Safety System Revision Plan
Link to article in IMO News:
8) Dubai Traffic Police to Send Instant Violation Messages
Link to article on 7Days in Dubai:
9) 10 Transportation Apps to Keep You Moving
Link to blog on Mashable:
10) Congress' $20 Billion Tech Mandate: Make Trains Safer
Link to article in InformationWeek:
11) New App Helps New Yorkers Summon Cab Drivers
Link to story on NY1:
12) Commuters Lose Digital Edge in Penn Station, New York Platform Race
Link to article in The Wall Street Journal:
13) London Rethinks Its Iconic Underground Signage
Link to blog on This Big City:
TRAVELER INFORMATION / TRANSPORTATION MANAGEMENT
14) Beware! Traffic Robo-Cops!
Link to series on KYW Radio:
- A Spy in Your Car
- Watching From … Everywhere
- Red-Light Camera Controversy
- Is It Safety, or Revenue?
15) Speed Management on Freeways
Link to article in World Highways:
16) Ford Says Software Fixes Too Late to Help J.D. Power Rank
Link to Bloomberg article:
17) Talking Cars Could Save Your Life
Link to column on MarketWatch:
18) Google's Self-Driving Cars Will Keep Humans at Wheel, for Now
Link to blog in New York:
1) West Virginia State Fair Visitors Invited to Learn About Upcoming 511 Traveler Information System
- Public Information and Marketing Specialist – Livermore Amador Valley Transit Authority – Livermore, California
- Public Transportation Coordinator – Georgia Department of Transportation – Atlanta, Georgia
Webinar: Freight Considerations in Traffic Incident Management – August 15
Today in Transportation History
1912 **100th anniversary** The US Senate passed a bill for the opening of the Panama Canal. The bill also included a number of other provisions pertaining to the canal.
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