Wednesday, September 1, 2004
- Transportation Communications NewsletterWednesday, September 1, 2004 -- ISSN: 1529-1057
1) Before Disaster Strikes: Preparing for the WorstPractice, organization, and cooperation are key to the MBTA Safety Department's emergency drilling efforts.Mass Transit:2) Protecting the Democratic Process: When transportation becomes a matter of national securityMass Transit:3) Research and Technology Coordinating Committee Letter Report: August 2004Transportation Research Board:4) Intelligence Center Collates Transportation Datafrom National Defense:http://cnniw.yellowbrix.com/pages/cnniw/Story.nsp?story_id=55617548&ID=cnniw&scategory=Transportation5) Pier At Core Of Successful Public Affairs Management For G8 Summit EventCrisis Manager:6) Driving out DeathLocal governments are struggling to find ways to curb the fatality rates on rural roads.Link to story in American City & County:7) Keep Traffic Moving When Disaster StrikesLink to story in Public Works:http://cnniw.yellowbrix.com/pages/cnniw/Story.nsp?story_id=55956839&ID=cnniw&scategory=Transportation8) Technology sits up front in rapid transit
Newer buses can almost drive themselves.Link to story in Bus Ride:**I'm on vacation this week so the TCN is in an abbreviated format. For that reason you won't find breaking news this week but the newsletter will be back to normal on September 6.**More links for traffic and transportation: http://www.trafficlinq.com===================================================The Transportation Communications Newsletter is published electronically Monday through Friday.
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