TN MOVING STORIES: Transpo News Links from Around the Web

Tuesday, January 14, 2014 - 08:07 AM

A poster from an etiquette campaign on Tokyo's subways (Tokyo Metro)


Christie's Connections: Who Knew What, When (link)

Wisniewski to Issue More Subpeonas in GWB Investigation (link)


Following a fatal Metro-North derailment last month, federal regulators have begun the process to require cameras in train locomotives and operating cabs. (Hartford Courant, Sen. Charles Schumer)

Can't get enough of Bridgegate? This morning's Brian Lehrer Show has you covered, with back-to-back interviews with Ted Mann of the Wall Street Journal and TN's own Andrea Bernstein. Tune into WNYC at 10am.

Colorado will warn motorists against driving stoned in a campaign backed by $430,000 in new federal funding. (Reuters via WTAQ)

A Republican measure that would have prohibited public transit workers from striking was rejected by a California state Senate panel. (LA Times)

Behold: the futuristic L.A. transit map director Spike Jonze used for the movie "Her." (Gizmodo)

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Orlando-Sanford International Airport served a record-breaking number of passengers last year. (WMFE)

The language is Japanese, but the sentiment is universal: Tokyo subways are running a passenger etiquette campaign...(CNET)'s cute, but not as cute as the animal-themed 2011 campaign, which shows sleepy kittens monopolizing train seats. (Metro)

A national survey in which half the respondents called Delaware’s license plate the least attractive in the country is not sitting with residents. (Delaware Online)

I'm pretty sure I've been hearing about this inflatable bike helmet for at least a year. But now it's made it's way out of the blogosphere and into the WSJ.


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