Transportation Communications Newsletter
Wednesday, September 5, 2012 – ISSN 1529-1057
1) NTSB Recommends External Cameras on Jetliners
Link to story on CNN:
Link to news release: http://goo.gl/LzJg9
2) Clear Channel Outdoor Challenges CNN in Airport TV
Link to Reuters article:
Link to news release: http://goo.gl/tQE3o
3) New Denver International Plane-Tracking, Noise-Reduction System Met with Skepticism
Link to article in The Denver Post:
4) FAA's En Route Automation Modernization Project to Be Completed in 2014
Link to article on AviationPros.com:
5) Is NextGen Paying Enough Attention to Airports as a Constraint to the Future of Air Transportation System?
Link to article in Air Traffic Management:
6) Articles from September Issue of Future Airports
- How Do We Make Our Airspace Ten Times Safer?
- Airfield Lighting and Signage: All Angles Covered
GPS / NAVIGATION
7) Indianapolis Using GPS Mapping to Find Areas Needing Repair
Link to story on WXIN-TV:
8) Singapore Port Operations Control Center Upgraded; Navigation Safety Enhanced
Link to CNA article:
9) ITS World Congress Preview
Link to publication from ITS International:
10) Owners of Michigan Firm Says They Have Trademark Rights to State Highway Signs
Link to story on Michigan Radio:
SAFETY / SECURITY
11) Orlando-Area Employers Ban Texting While Driving After Florida Legislature Fails to Outlaw It
Link to article in the Orlando Sentinel:
12) As a Taxi-Hailing App Comes to New York, Its Legality is Questioned
Link to article in The New York Times:
13) Detroit Bus Riders Can Use Text Service for Real-Time Arrival Information
Link to article in the Detroit Free Press:
14) MBTA Readies Mobile App Ticket Purchasing
Link to article in Railway Age:
1) IEEE Expert Members Select Autonomous Vehicles as Most Promising Form of Intelligent Transportation
3) Agero’s Dave Ferrick Leads a New Holistic Approach to Usage-Based Insurance, Roadside Assistance, Claims Management
Webinar: TRB Annual Meeting – How to Survive and Thrive – September 28
Today in Transportation History
1962 **50th anniversary** Sputnik 4 fell from orbit with a piece of the spacecraft landing on a street in Manitowoc, Wisconsin.
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