Tuesday, July 23, 2013

Tuesday, July 23, 2013

Transportation Communications Newsletter

Tuesday, July 23, 2013 – ISSN 1529-1057


1) What's Keeping FAA's NextGen Air Traffic Control on the Runway?
Link to article in GCN:

2) US Senator Jeanne Shaheen Tours Nashua, New Hampshire Air Traffic Center to Stress Needs
Link to article in the New Hampshire Union Leader:

3) 'Go Team' from Boston's Logan Airport Goes to Crash Sites to Bring Home Lessons
Link to story on WBZ Radio:

4) High-Tech Video Displays Put Denver International at Forefront of Digital Advertising
Link to article in Airport Improvement:

5) Aboard America's Doomsday Command and Control Plane
Link to article on CNET:


6) Parking Moves to the Digital Realm, and Your Driveway
Link to blog in the Houston Chronicle:


7) Show Your Work: Transportation Behind the Scenes
Link to Talking Transportation blog:


8) Arizona DOT to Auction Off Ad Space on Metro Traveler Services Signs
Link to article in the Phoenix Business Journal:


9) Phone is Just the Ticket for Transport in Beijing
Link to article in the China Daily:

10) Riders at Unmanned New York City Subway Station Entrances to Get Remote Assistance
Link to article in the Daily News:

11) Thai Advertisers Move Toward Digital Screens, Transit Displays
Link to article in The Nation:

News Releases

 -  Request for Qualifications – Consultant to Assess the Feasibility and Develop an Implementation Plan for Consolidation of the Three Fixed Route Bus Services in Greater Portland, Maine Region – Greater Portland Council of Governments

Upcoming Events
ITS Pennsylvania Annual Workshop and Conference – August 12-13 – Harrisburg, Pennsylvania

Today in Transportation History    
1963 **50th anniversary** The Rochester 400, a streamlined passenger train operated by the Chicago & North Western Railway, ceased operation.

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