Category: Technology in Transit

GIS Transit Conference 2013 Presentations Available for Download

 The presentations made during the GIS in Transit Conference 2013 are available now  for download in Transitgis Clearinghouse Website. This conference was held at October 16-17, 2013, at the Keck Center of the National Academies in Washington, D.C. The conference provided a vision and a combined outlook for both GIS and Transit communities This conference was jointly organized by the …

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What is next for Transit GIS Community?

GIS in Transit Conference – Oct 16-17, 2013 – Washington D.C A panel discussion  on What is next for Transit GIS Community? will be led by Ed Wells, WMATA, Micheal Pack, University of Maryland, College Park; and  Martin Catala, University of South Florida Center for Urban Transportation Research. Date:  Thursday, October 17, 2013 Time: 11.30 am- 12.30 …

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Delivering Agency Geographic Information Systems: Transit Geographic Information Systems Tool

GIS in Transit Conference – Oct 16-17, 2013 – Washington D.C Programs Session on Delivering Agency Geographic Information Systems: Transit Geographic Information Systems Tool will be presided by Martin Catala, University of South Florida Center for Urban Transportation Research. Date:  Wednesday, October 16, 2013 Time: 1.00 pm- 2.30 pm Venue: Keck 100 Presenters: Jonathan Wade Denver RTD – …

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Innovative Transit Mapping and Design

GIS in Transit Conference – Oct 16-17, 2013 Session on Innovative Transit Mappign and Design will be presided by Jonathan Paul Brooks from Texas A & M Transportation Institute. Date:  Wednesday, October 16, 2013 Time: 10.30 am- 12.30 pm Venue: Keck 100 Presenters: Margaret Finch Carragher, Georgia Institute of Technology- “Innovations in Multimodal, Schematic Transit …

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Massachusetts – Regional Transit Schedules in Google Maps

    MassDOT has announced that for the first time all public transportation authorities in the Commonwealth including the MBTA and all 15 Regional Transit Authorities (RTAs) have their routes and schedules fully accessible on Google Maps. This effort’s goal is to make all transportation services in Massachusetts available to commuters, visitors and other travelers …

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