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Dynamic Travel Information Personalized and Delivered to Your Cell Phone

Dynamic Travel Information Personalized and Delivered to Your Cell Phone

(Center Identification Number: 77804) The policy of FDOT is to use “the Florida Advance Traveler Information System as the primary method to disseminate timely and important travel information to the public so that the public can make informed decisions regarding their travel plans.” … Read entire article »

Filed under: Final Report Abstracts, FY 2008 Final Reports, Projects, Publications

Exploration of Transit’s Sustainability Competitiveness

Exploration of Transit’s Sustainability Competitiveness

(Center Identification Number: 77925) With growing interest in climate change and greater anticipation of energy cost increases, being sustainable has implications for the financial efficiency of transit agencies and on the image and appeal that transit has to offer current and prospective customers. … Read entire article »

Filed under: Final Report Abstracts, FY 2010 Final Reports, Projects, Publications

Travel Assistance Device Deployment to Transit Agencies

Travel Assistance Device Deployment to Transit Agencies

(Center Identification Number: 77904) The ability to travel where and when one desires is a basic requirement for independent living that most people take for granted. … Read entire article »

Filed under: Final Report Abstracts, FY 2009 Final Reports, Publications, Research

Dynamic Travel Information – Personalized and Delivered to Your Cell Phone

(Center Identification Number: 77804) Building on information already collected for managing traffic and transit, this project proposes to expand the capabilities of the Path Prediction prototype to deliver personalized, route-pertinent incident information gathered by ATIS, including 511-based systems, to mobile phones. As part of this project, the Path Prediction algorithm will be enhanced, implemented, and tested in a real-world environment using actual GPS-enabled mobile phones and, if available, real-time data sources. … Read entire article »

Filed under: Project Scopes