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20 CHAPTER 6 REFERENCES Note: All Internet references were last accessed and verified 6. National Emergency Number Association, "9-1-1 Fast Facts," in February 2004. 7. Federal Communications Commission; "Revision of the Com- 1. Proceedings of the National Conference on Traffic Incident mission's Rules to Ensure Compatibility with Enhanced 911 Management: A Road Map to the Future, June 2002; National Emergency Calling Systems," CC Docket No. 94-102, Report Academy of Sciences, Transportation Research Board. and Order and Further Notice of Proposed Rulemaking, 11 2. California Highway Patrol, FCC Rcd. 18676 (1996). 3. Fariello, Brian G., TransGuide Update--After Model De- 8. U.S. Department of Transportation, Federal Highway Admin- ployment, Texas Department of Transportation, http://www. istration, National Highway Institute; Course 133048, "Man- aging Traffic Incidents and Roadway Emergencies." 4. Biesecker, Keith J., Broadband Wireless, Integrated Services 9. U.S. Department of State, Office of Counterterrorism, and their Application to Intelligent Transportation Systems: TOPOFF Fact Sheet; Phase III--NYSTA, NYSDOT, and NYSP Operational Support, 12129.htm. Mitretek Systems, Inc.; MP 2002-032, July 2002; http://www. 10. National Fire Service Incident Management System Consor- tium. Model Procedures Guide for Highway Incidents, Draft 5. Baig, Edward C., "Push to Talk: Walkie-Talkie World Is Version 10 (prepublication). International Fire Service Training Connecting," Newsfactor Network, October 13, 2003; http:// Association (IFSTA), Stillwater, Oklahoma (to be published in mid-2004).