Posts tagged with 'data visualization'
Making Good Use of Transit Data
Making Good Use of Transit Data
This weekend, the Desarrollando América Latina Hackathon will take place across six countries: Brazil, Mexico, Peru, Argentina, Chile and Uruguay. The event focuses on solving social problems using web applications and public data. The goal of the event is to create ...
IBM Hosts Twitter Talk to Promote Smarter Cities Challenge 2012
IBM Hosts Twitter Talk to Promote Smarter Cities Challenge 2012
Did you catch yesterday’s Twitter chat on what it takes to be a smarter city? To promote its 2012 Smarter Cities Challenge, IBM hosted a discussion with Stanley S. Litow, IBM’s vice president of corporate citizenship and corporate affairs and ...
New Competition: Visualizing Transport Data for Sound Policy and Investments
New Competition: Visualizing Transport Data for Sound Policy and Investments
The United States Department of Transportation and the Transportation Research Board are sponsoring a data visualization competition, understanding that informed decision-making, based on sound data and analysis, is the cornerstone in crafting effective transportation policies and investments. The competition is ...
New York City Reveals "On the Go!" Touch-Screen Travel Station
New York City Reveals "On the Go!" Touch-Screen Travel Station
  Photos by the Metropolitan Transportation Authority of the State of New York Metropolitan Transportation Authority, New York City’s public transit authority, revealed a new interactive touch-screen kiosk with real-time service status on Monday.  The project, “On the Go! Travel ...
Upcoming Event: Transit Hack Day
Upcoming Event: Transit Hack Day
The Mobility Lab, a project by the Arlington County Commuter Services, is hosting the Transit Hack Day on Saturday, September 10 for developers, mappers and transit data enthusiasts in the Washington, D.C. metro area. Transit Hack Day provides a space ...
Research Recap, August 29: Commuting in Canada, Fewer Young Drivers, Data Visualization Challenge
Research Recap, August 29: Commuting in Canada, Fewer Young Drivers, Data Visualization Challenge
Welcome to “Research Recap,” our series highlighting recent reports, studies and other findings in sustainable transportation policy and practice, in case you missed it. Commuting in Canada A new survey by Statistics Canada about modes of commuting in the country found that ...
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