Thursday, July 7, 2011 – ISSN 1529-1057
1) Inhofe Introduces ‘Pilot’s Bill of Rights’
Bill calls for pilots facing enforcement action to be given air traffic communication recordings and simplification of Notice to Airmen system.
Link to article in the Tulsa World:
Link to news release from Senator James Inhofe:
2) UK Airlines Poised to Back Government Plan to Sell Down Its Stake in National Air Traffic Services
Link to article in the Financial Times:
3) Obama Speech Revives Business Jet PR Battle
Link to article in Aviation Week:
4) Few Airlines Respond to Pilot Fatigue Study
Link to ABC News story:
5) ‘Throwing Airplanes Into the Air’ – Life Inside Airport Control Towers
Link to blog in The Wall Street Journal:
6) New York State Police: Email Traffic Ticket is a Hoax, Contains Virus
Link to article in The Journal News:
Link to news release from the New York State Police:
7) Move to Standardize Road Signs in Colombo, Sri Lanka
Link to article in the Daily Mirror:
SAFETY / SECURITY
8) Safety Group Wants More Data on Cellphone Bans
Governors Highway Safety Association urges states to not enact new laws until more research is done.
Link to article in USA Today:
9) Cellphones, Devices Biggest Driving Distractions
Link to Reuters article:
Link to news release from the Governors Highway Safety Association:
10) Honduran Mimes Turn Silent to Educate for Traffic Safety
Link to story and video from CNN:
11) Fleet Telematics Leader Vnomics Making Its Mark in Multiple Spaces
Link to interview on TMCnet:
12) Paris Transport Plans to Put Travel Pass in Mobiles – Report
Link to article in Telecompaper:
Link to article in La Tribune:
13) Toronto Subway Naming Rights Up for Grabs as TTC Approves Ad Contract
Link to story and video on CityNews:
14) New Maps on New York City Subway Platforms Seek Clarity
Link to article in The New York Times:
15) NY Waterway Bus Locator Still Proving to be a Success with Ferry Commuters
Link to article in FerryTimes:
Link to NY Waterway’s Real-Time GPS Bus Locator:
16) Electric, Hybrid Cars to be Required to Sound Pedestrian Alerts
Link to Bloomberg article:
Using Regional ITS Architecture(s) – July 20 – Garden Grove, California
Today in Transportation History
1941 **70th anniversary** US forces landed in Iceland to relieve British troops during World War II.
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