Transportation Communications Newsletter
Thursday, November 22, 2012 – ISSN 1529-1057
1) FAA's Online Flight Delay Tracker Takes a Dive
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2) East China Air Traffic Management Bureau to Study Computerized Flight Management System
Link to article on Eastday:
3) Google Rolls Out Indoor Maps to Desktops
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4) Could Twitter Help Urban Planners Improve Transport Networks?
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5) CBC Traffic Reporter Wins Road Safety Award
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6) West Virginia DOT to Install 511 Signs Along Highways
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7) Apple's Maps Mess and BMW Give Boost to Transit App Embark
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8) Virginia DOT Operations Center Helps Keep Holiday Traffic Moving
Link to story on WVIR-TV:
9) Grant Will Fund 511 Transportation Hotline in San Luis Obispo, California
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10) Missouri DOT Looks to Help Black Friday Traffic
Link to story on KMOV-TV:
11) New Computer System Allows Georgia Drivers to Check DMV Wait Times Online
Link to story on WJBF-TV:
Link to news release: http://goo.gl/jb0rR
3) HungaroControl Joins European Project to Develop Environmentally-Friendly Air Navigation Tools and Techniques
Achieving the Goals of the White Paper on Transport: How Civil Society Can Help with Delivery – December 7 – Brussels
Today in Transportation History
1977 **35th anniversary** Air France and British Airways began Concorde service between Europe and New York City.
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