Wednesday, January 2, 2013

Wednesday, January 2, 2013

Transportation Communications Newsletter

Wednesday, January 2, 2013 – ISSN 1529-1057


1) Orlando Airport Translators Help Foreign Passengers Sort Things Out
Link to article in the Orlando Sentinel:


2) Civic Bodies in India Asked to Start ITS Projects
Link to article in The Times of India:


3) Illinois DOT Safety Website Overview
Link to video:

4) Streetfilms University: How We Make Effective Films
Link to video:


5) New China Traffic Rule Deems Yellow the New Red, Confusing and Angering Drivers
Link to AP article:


6) Cameras and Vests Help Cut Irish Pedestrian Deaths to Record Low
Link to article in the Irish Independent:

7) Indian Transport Officials Launch Education Effort for Road Safety Week
Link to article in The Hindu:

8) Cameras to Help Monitor Breath of Washington State DUI Offenders
Link to article in the Yakima Herald-Republic:


9) TNT Express and Fleet Telematics
Link to article on Telematics Update:


10) Free Wi-Fi Service to Shut Down on Coaster Trains
Link to article in U-T San Diego:

11) Friends, Fans and Followers: How Transit Agencies Use Social Media
Link to video of National Transit Institute webinar:

12) Charlie Pellett: The Voice of the New York City Subway
Link to video:


13) Best Practices in the Use of Hybrid Static-Dynamic Signs
Link to report from the Lehman Center for Transportation Research:


14) Google Deals with Hyundai, Kia Move Connected Car Market Forward
Link to article in eWeek:
Link to Kia news release:
Link to Hyundai news release:

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