Transportation Communications Newsletter
Friday, November 29, 2013 – ISSN 1529-1057
TCN Fundraiser Concludes
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1) Self-Driving Planes, Trains, Trucks Will Lead Supply Chain Redesign
Link to blog in the Commercial Carrier Journal:
2) DOROTHY: European Best Practices in City Logistics
Link to further information from Kiyunsis:
3) New Technology to Assist Truckers in Finding Parking in Michigan
Link to article in the Battle Creek Enquirer:
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4) Training Millions of Traffic Incident Management Responders
Link to article in Public Roads:
5) Pilot Program Provides Free Wi-Fi on Nevada's RTC Buses
Link to article in the Las Vegas Review-Journal:
Link to news release: http://goo.gl/27aaki
6) Auto Safety Initiative Seeks to Reduce Driver Errors
Link to article in the Los Angeles Times:
7) Human-Machine Interface Design for the Complex Connected Vehicle
Link to article on Telematics Update:
8) Project Tests Car Wiper Systems to Provide Data on Rainfall Intensity
Link to UPI article:
Link to further information: http://goo.gl/cg5UWN
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Usually bridges come to mind when you think of transportation works-of-art, but these tunnels prove some digging can result in pretty spectacular infrastructure.
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Today in Transportation History
1963 **50th anniversary** One of the worst air disasters in Canadian history took place when a Trans Canada DC-8F crashed in Ste-Thérèse de Blainville, Quebec. There were 118 deaths.
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