Hi ABJ30-Friends list and TRB 2011 TRB Urban Data Committee attendees:
I am attaching the TRB ABJ30 Urban Transportation Data and Information
Systems Committee Annual Meeting 2011 Minutes to the ABJ30 mailing list and
the additional people who attended the committee meeting. I encourage you
to join the ABJ30 mailing list and to utilize our committee web page:
The instructions for joining the mailing list have been cut and pasted below
and are also found at: http://www.trburbandata.org/Home/friendslist
And I think that I am having trouble attaching the minutes to this email.
You can get the minutes on our committee web page:
http://www.trburbandata.org/Home/meeting-minutes-archive (it's in the
middle of the attachments on this page). Please tell me if you're having
trouble getting to this year's minutes.
I know that the next business of the committee is rotating at least 1/3
of committee members which has to happen in April.
Secretary, ABJ30 Urban Transportation Data and Information Systems
Associate Transportation Engineer
Booz Allen Hamilton
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