- Transportation Communications Newsletter Tuesday, March 1, 2005 -- ISSN 1529-1057 ... MARITIME SECURITY CONFERENCE & EXPO USA SEPTEMBER 20-21, 2005, NEW YORKMessage 1 of 1 , Feb 28, 2005View SourceTransportation Communications NewsletterTuesday, March 1, 2005 -- ISSN 1529-1057MARITIME SECURITY CONFERENCE & EXPO USA
SEPTEMBER 20-21, 2005, NEW YORK CITY, NYDON'T MISS OUT ON THE WORLD'S LARGEST MARITIME SECURITY EXPO & CONFERENCE!!!Over 200 exhibitors and 3000 buyers from 50 countries are expected.DON'T DELAY - To exhibit or attend, please contact George DeBakey or Barbara Lecker at 301-493-5500 or visit www.maritimesecurityexpo.com for more information.1) Transportation Security Administration Enlists Help for Hazmat CredentialingLink to story in InformationWeek:2) Honda to Offer GPS on Some MotorcyclesLink to story on Engadget:3) R"TV"D: Buses, Light Rail to Begin 90-Day Screen TestDenver Regional Transportation District plans to begin a 90-day test of "transit television" on eight buses and two light-rail cars.Link to story in The Denver Post:4) How to Avoid Deadly Distractions While FlyingLink to article in Flying:5) Bypass First, Road Toll Later to Ease TrafficElectronic road tolls may be an option to relieve traffic jams in Central and Wan Chai says Hong Kong official.Link to story from Hong Kong government:6) Team Analyzes San Francisco Bay Depths to Help Make 3-D MapsLink to story in the Contra Costa Times:http://www.contracostatimes.com/mld/cctimes/news/state/11006248.htm (free registration required)7) February Issue of The MRUTC Newsletter AvailableLink to Midwest Regional University Transportation Center newsletter:8) Interactive Taxis: Taking a Ride on the Web SideLink to story in eWeek:9) New Zealand's Tsunami Readiness Under ScrutinyLink to story in The Dominion Post:Upcoming EventsITS America Annual Meeting & Exposition - May 2-4 - Phoenix, Arizona
http://www.itsa.org/annualmeeting.htmlToday in Transportation History1966 - The Soviet Union's Venera 3 landed on Venus, becoming the first spacecraft to land on another planet.More links for traffic and transportation: http://www.trafficlinq.com======================================================The Transportation Communications Newsletter is published electronically Monday through Friday.For a free subscription please send an e-mail message to:
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