Friday, October 30, 2009 – ISSN 1529-1057
1) Cockpit Distractions Go Beyond Laptops
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2) Camera Upgrade on Washington State’s Snoqualmie Pass a Boon for Nighttime Weather Monitoring
Link to article in The Ritzville Adams County Journal:
Link to cameras: http://www.wsdot.wa.gov/traffic/passes/snoqualmie/default.aspx
3) IT Should be Included in Copenhagen Agreement, Says UN Agency
Technology, including ITS, should be seen as key to reducing emissions in any successor to the Kyoto Protocol.
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Link to news release from the International Telecommunication Union:
4) Illinois Tollway Board Meetings to be Available via Webcasts
Link to article on Chicago Breaking News:
5) IEEE ITS Society Newsletter – October Issue
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6) Amtrak Plans Wi-Fi Internet Access on Acela Trains
Link to Bloomberg article:
7) Live Twitter Feed of Bay Bridge Discussion
Link to article and feed in The Record:
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8) Wyoming DOT Command Center Works Around the Clock
Link to story and video on KGWN-TV:
9) Live Traffic Updates Benefit Cayman Motorists
Link to article on Cayman Net News:
10) Chrysler Offers Live TV Service
Link to AP article:
Network of Excellence for Advanced Road Traffic Management in the Information Society (NEARCTIS) Workshop – November 13 – London
It’s almost Halloween…here are a few streets you might not want to trick-or-treat on.
Today in Transportation History
1929 **80th anniversary** – The Standseilbahn, a funicular railway in Stuttgart, Germany, opened.
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