Bernie’s Transportation Communications Newsletter (TCN) – May 27, 2010

May 27, 2010 at 5:08 pm

Thursday, May 27, 2010 – ISSN 1529-1057


1) FAA: Planes Must Have GPS-Based Equipment

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2) Trends in Airport Technology

Link to article in Airport Business:$36408


3) Tennessee House Votes to Limit Traffic Cameras in State

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4) Politicians Press Google on Street View Wi-Fi Flap

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5) Bulgaria Introduces Electronic Toll Passes in 2013

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6) Solving Urban Challenges with Open Data

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7) Bus Ads Causing a Stir in New York City

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8) New MetroCard Pilot Starts Next Week

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9) Construction Begins on Virginia HOT Lanes Operations Center

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10) Missed that Speed Limit Sign? Your GM Car Could See It for You

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News Releases

1) FAA Announces Performance Standards for Critical NextGen Avionics

2) Kentucky Transportation Cabinet Launches Enhanced Traffic Information Site

Upcoming Events

American Society of Safety Engineers Safety 2010 Conference – June 13-16 – Baltimore

Today in Transportation History

1930 **80th anniversary** The Chrysler Building, a project of Walter P. Chrysler, opened in New York City as the world’s tallest building.


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