Monday, January 28, 2013

Monday, January 28, 2013

Transportation Communications Newsletter

Monday, January 28, 2013 – ISSN 1529-1057


1) Aviation Journalist Matthew Molnar Dies at 33
Link to article in The New York Times:

2) Paperless Air Cargo Skyrockets at Amsterdam Airport Schiphol
Link to article in Airport World:


3) Video Mapping Bike Paths of the World: See What a Ride Looks Like from Handle Bar POV
Link to article on Transportation Nation:

4) Why One San Francisco Bike Lane Design is Upsetting Drivers and Cyclists
Link to story from KALW Radio's Crosscurrents:


5) Russian Expert: China's BeiDou System is GLONASS Ally, Not Competitor
Link to article on Russia Beyond the Headlines:


6) Manchester, UK to Get 'Intelligent' Transport System
Link to article in Computerworld UK:

7) Thinking Aloud Podcast on the Integrated Systems Europe Trade Show
Link to podcast from Thinking Highways:


8) Idaho Transportation Department Uses Public Outreach Planner to Aid Communications
Link to story on Transportation Radio:


9) Floating Billboard Entrepreneur Tests the Waters Along I-90 Bridge in Washington State
Link to article in The Seattle Times:


10) The Impact of eCall, EETS and ITP on Fleet Telematics
Link to article on Telematics Update:


11) New York MTA Railroads Seek Proposals for Digital Ticket App
Link to article in The Journal News:

12) Central Ohio Transit Authority's CEO Recruits Bus Buddies
Link to article in The Columbus Dispatch:

13) More Digital Advertising Coming to MBTA Stations and Stops
Link to article on BostInno:


14) California DOT Making Moves to Ease I-10 Freeway Gridlock with Sign Installations
Link to City News Service article:

15) IBM Indonesia Thinks It Can Help Alleviate Jakarta Traffic
Link to article in the Jakarta Globe:


16) Winning the Hearts -- and Ears -- of Modern Drivers
Link to article on The Motley Fool:

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Today in Transportation History    
1938 **75th anniversary** Rudolf Caracciola set a public road land-speed record of 432.7 kph (268.9 mph) on Autobahn 5 in Germany.

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