Monday, September 26, 2011 – ISSN 1529-1057
Transportation Voice Recordings
If you’re a reader of the TCN you’re probably interested in good communications. Part of that is making sure your message is clear and persuasive. I can help you with that. I’m one of the few people who specialize in transportation voice recordings. There are unique challenges in communicating in transportation environments such as acoustics and background noise, and I can help you deal with those challenges. My voice is heard by thousands daily in one of the toughest locations in the world, the New York City subway. I’m also the voice who welcomes travelers to Kennedy and Newark Liberty airports onboard the AirTrain.
Transit isn’t the only place my work can be heard. For example, I’ve narrated videos for Econolite, and the Triborough Bridge and Tunnel Authority; TV and radio commercials for NJ Transit; phone recordings for TransCore and PATH; and a PowerPoint presentation for the I-95 Corridor Coalition. I’ve even done line announcing, such as for the cornerstone laying ceremony for the new 1 World Trade Center tower.
1) United Pilots: Rushed New Procedures Hurt Safety
Link to AP article:
Link to news release from the Air Line Pilots Association, International:
2) Costa Rican Road Safety Agency Publishes List of Those Caught on Speed Camera
Link to article on InsideCostaRica:
3) Presentations Available from TRB Webinar: Keeping Up with Communication Technology — An Online Workshop on the Practical Use of Social Media
Link to presentations from the Transportation Research Board:
4) Pennsylvania DOT Seeks Help Restoring Keystone Markers
Link to article in The Patriot-News:
SAFETY / SECURITY
5) ‘E-gate’ Ups Airline Security
Faces and irises of passengers are recognized before boarding flights.
Link to AFP article:
Link to news release from AOptix:
6) In Texas, Siemens Tests Cellphone-Powered Traffic Evacuation System
Link to article in automotive IT:
7) Interview with Susan Heystee, Executive Vice President, Telogis
Link to interview in Telematics Update:
8) Real-Time Dublin Bus Arrival Information System Launched for Mobile and Web
Link to article on TheJournal.ie:
Link to news release from Dublin Bus:
9) BART Directors: Maybe We Don’t Need a Cell Shutdown Policy
Link to story from KALW Radio:
10) Cellphone Service Undergoes Improvements in DC Metro Transit System
Link to article in The Washington Post:
11) Mad for Metro-North, a Rail Rider is on a Mission
Emily Moser’s blog chronicles the lines of New York commuter railroad.
Link to article in The New York Times:
Link to I Ride the Harlem Line:
TRAVELER INFORMATION / TRANSPORTATION MANAGEMENT
12) Authorities Launch Beirut Control Center to Rein in Traffic
Link to article in The Daily Star:
13) Iowa DOT Makes Changes to 511 Traffic Website
Link to story on Radio Iowa:
14) Study Shows Local TV and Radio Primary Sources for Traffic and Transportation News and Information
Link to study from the Pew Research Center:
15) News in automotive IT International
– car-IT Congress: BMW’s Frickenstein Says LTE is Needed
– carIT Congress: VDA President Says Car and Internet are Complimentary
Recent Developments in Positioning, Navigation and Timing Systems – September 27 – Cambridge, Massachusetts (also available via Webinar)
Today in Transportation History
1961 **50th anniversary** Charles Erwin Wilson, a former CEO of General Motors, as well as a former US Secretary of Defense, died in Norwood, Louisiana.
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