Transportation Communications Newsletter
Thursday, November 1, 2012 – ISSN 1529-1057
TCN Fund Drive
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1) Bicycling 'Info Ladies' Bring Internet to Remote Bangladesh Villages
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2) Uber Just Doubled Car Service Pricing in New York City
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3) ITS Florida Launches New Website During Transpo 2012 Conference
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4) New Booking Tool for Travel Agents Spearheads Rail Revolution in Europe
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5) US Roads and Bridges Are Getting Smarter
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6) East Jerusalem Streets Get Names, Easing Confusion
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7) Viewpoint: Telematics and the 'Car as a Service' Model
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ITS (UK) Seminar: Social Networks in Transport – November 15 – London
Today in Transportation History
1957 **55th anniversary** The Mackinac Bridge opened to traffic. The bridge crosses the Straits of Mackinac, connecting Michigan's upper and lower peninsulas.
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