Monday, February 17, 2014

Monday, February 17, 2014

Transportation Communications Newsletter

Monday, February 17, 2014 – ISSN 1529-1057


1) Tornado Jet Collision: Warning System was 'Canceled'
Link to article in The Scotsman:

2) Four Years After 'Belo' Incident, Philippine Immigration Issues Ad-Free Airport Cards
Link to story on GMA News:


3) Police Department in Wales to Tweet Every Incident Next Weekend
Link to article in the Stornoway Gazette:
Link to Western Isles Police Twitter feed:  


4) As More Oil Rides the Rails, BNSF Prepares for the Worst
Link to article in the Flathead Beacon:


5) Report: Computerized Stoplights Eased Raleigh, North Carolina's Snow Gridlock
Link to article in the News & Observer:


6) Topeka Metro Uses 'Bus Pants' Humor from 'Big Bang Theory' to Target College Students
Link to article in The Topeka Capital-Journal:


7) System to Offer Better Traffic Forecasts in Taiwan
Link to article in the Taipei Times:


8) Your Car is Spying on You and Congress Isn't Sure What to Do About It
Link to article in Bloomberg Businessweek:

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Today in Transportation History    
1864 **150th anniversary** The H.L. Hunley, a Confederate submarine, became the first sub to sink an enemy warship.

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