It’s impossible to summarize TRB in a few tweets, but here are ten that touch upon the meeting’s combination of research, collaboration, and magic.
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While San Francisco has a five-plan vision for embracing technologies like crowdsourcing, a team of developers designed the SMART Muni app in a weekend.
Funding cuts have forced federal officials to cancel plans for two new open government websites, although existing sites like data.gov will continue.
LA Metro’s blog The Source writes about U.S. Secretary of Transportation Ray LaHood — an unlikely social media star — and his latest YouTube video.
SeeClickFix, the online platform that allows citizens to report community issues, is expanding its reach with a Facebook application.
Following a successful event in New York City, Transportation Camp headed west to San Francisco (CA) last weekend.
Government data is not dull, writes The New York Times. It’s practical and supports everything from transit apps to weather reports.
Transportation professionals, government officials, app developers, and open data fans gathered in New York City for Transportation Camp East.
U.S. Secretary of Transportation Ray LaHood announced the launch of “On the Go with Ray LaHood,” an online question-and-answer project.
In Governing, contributor John O’Leary writes about what he calls the boom and bust of social media, saying that its time to focus on using the technology to identify cost savings and efficiencies.