Transportation Communications Newsletter
Monday, October 2, 2006 -- ISSN 1529-1057
1) EU Aims for Data Pact with US, Says No Draft Signed
Link to Bloomberg story:
2) Now Pitching for
Texas Toll Roads: A Mouthy Doll
State begins tollway marketing campaign today with billboards, to be followed up radio, TV.
Link to story in the Austin American-Statesman:
3) Keep It Moving
Can America look to congestion pricing as a set of high-tech wireless tools to curb its traffic
Link to article in Mobile Government:
4) Georgia Tech Researchers Work to Improve Navigating People
Link to AP story:
5) Todays High-Tech Cars
Cars may not always get more fuel-efficient, but manufacturers are making them more technologically advanced instead.
Link to story in BusinessWeek:
6) ITS Benefit of
the Month: Optimized Signal Timing Reduced Delay by Approximately 22 Percent in Tysons Corner , Virginia
Link to further information from US DOT:
1) Orange Navigation 7, Orange France 's New Satellite Navigation Offer Developed by Webraska, Launched at the
Paris Motor Show
2) Nokia Dials Up GPS Technology Leader Trimble for Intellectual Property Licensing Deal
ITS Standards Seminars October 24-26 Greensboro , North Carolina
Today in Transportation History
1948 Watkins Glens , New York hosts its first automobile road race.
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