Living in Atlanta, the poster child of bad traffic and limited resources to resolve it, I have seen a lot of solutions tried to solve the problems we have. Indeed I work for a company whose job it is to install software systems to manage intelligent transportation devices. We have a measure of success , [...]
I know, only a road geek would go with his wife and son to Florida to a 4 Disney parks and Legoland and write a blog post about transportation. My observations include five main points: 1. The Disney Fastpass draws upon the same economic theory that makes Hot lanes, or toll HOV lanes, work. I [...]
One could compare the nation’s transportation to an octopus. Pulled in 8 directions as what needs to be fixed or built with little money.
#GDOT (Georgia) tries low-cost innovation (variable speed limits #VSL ) as alternative to adding lanes http://t.co/d8R9zMIm via @sharethis
What do you look for in a public-facing traffic management website?
Antarctic sea ice reaches greatest extent so late in season http://t.co/zycScXIm (BTW, Weather is another passion of mine.)
The Disney effect needed to attract new bus riders IMHO. The Commute of the Future – http://t.co/svQBTfUz http://t.co/dSNUoDjK via @WSJ
I recently began a new job with an ITS software consulting firm in Atlanta. I have copied some ground rules I set for myself when I began jobs in 2007 and 2010 into this post and updated them as needed. 1) I will not discuss any proprietary information on future business opportunities or on active [...]
Digital Maps Assist Emergency Responders http://t.co/EIBLcbSE
Georgia Approves Plan to Adjust Speeds on I-285 | http://t.co/qcJJpB6E http://t.co/aaTRN3kX via @13wmaznews