SPUR Forum: Why We Need Big Transportation Data

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Photo courtesy of Flickr user Sam Churchill 

The volume of transportation data available to us continues to grow as the use of mobile devices, sensors and transaction data from systems like Clipper increases. Come hear how experts using this “big data” are able to make smarter decisions about transportation investments and operations while greatly improving the experience for travelers.

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