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The way we make our daily travel decisions is set to change dramatically over the next 20 years. One of the key drivers of this change will be technology and, in particular the proliferation of internet enabled, location sensitive mobile devices and the data they produce.
Dr Craig Nelson, Principal Consultant for SDG tells rtm (rail technology magazine) how social networking technologies can be a valuable asset for the rail industry.
A redesign of Bristol City Council’s travel information portal has increased visits by 50% since soft-launch at the beginning of April. The portal now receives over 700 visits a week, and rising.
Steer Davies Gleave are sponsoring the International Cartographic Association’s upcoming event Workshop on "User Issues in Geospatial Public Transport Information", which will be held in Paris on July 1-2.
This is the first international workshop focusing on the use and usability of public transport maps, websites and mobile services.
Modern football stadia attract thousands of fans on match days. A recent survey of Newcastle United FC season ticket holders discovered that 54% come to the stadium on match by car, with 37% using public transport and only 7% choosing to walk. This causes a number of issues including bottlenecks on key motorway junctions, congestion caused by cars looking for parking at an already busy time of the week and the associated local environmental problems.