Bernie’s Transportation Communications Newsletter (TCN) – December 28, 2010

December 30, 2010 at 7:36 pm

Tuesday, December 28, 2010 – ISSN 1529-1057

1) FAA Seeks Fixes to Midair Collision Warning Devices
Link to article in The Wall Street Journal:
2) Japan Uses Taiwanese Technology to Read Damaged GPS Chips
Link to CNA article:
3) US Coast Guard Says Its Planned Use of Ultra High Frequency SONAR Won’t Harm Marine Life
Link to article in Government Security News:
4) Ad Campaign Advises Drivers to Use Caution Around Bikes and Pedestrians
Link to article in The News Tribune:
5) More Consumers are Letting Insurers Monitor Their Mileage
Link to article in The New York Times:
6) Tele-what? Six In-Car Telematics Systems
Link to article on Autobytel:
7) New Nicosia Bus Service Failing Badly on the PR Front
Link to editorial in the Cyprus Mail:
8) Nevada Officials: Proposed Road Operations Center Would Help Traffic Flow, Improve Emergency Response
Link to article in the Reno Gazette Journal:
News Releases
1) Colorado DOT Tests Trip Travel Times on I-25 in the Denver Area
2) NavFree Launches for iPhone and iPad
Upcoming Events
APTA Fare Collection Workshop – March 28-30 – Miami
Today in Transportation History   
1960 **50th anniversary** Rebels attacked a train in the Congo which was transporting children and their mothers home from a holiday.  At least twenty passengers were killed.
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