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GTFS but for ...

Jacob Baskin writes:

The Story of GTFS

GTFS is one of the biggest success stories in mobility data. In 2005, Chris Harrelson, a Google engineer, worked together with IT managers at TriMet, the transit agency for the Portland, Oregon metro area, to take an export of their schedule data and incorporate it into Google Maps to provide transit directions.

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Open Access in Transport

With today’s announcement that the University of California is dumping Elsevier (and we expect the rest of the world follows over time), where is a transport researcher to publish? 301 more words

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Catching up with Christian Fittipaldi

Veteran Formula 1, IndyCar, NASCAR, and IMSA driver Christian Fittipaldi visits The Marshall Pruett Podcast to discuss his upcoming retirement from racing after the Rolex 24 At Daytona and his shift to continuing with the Action Express Racing in a new sporting director role. 220 more words

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Meghan Markle Reveals Royal Baby's Due Date

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The countdown to the Royal baby has begun. Meghan Markle and Prince Harry’s first child will be due late April early May. 92 more words

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Christian Fittipaldi ready to move on from racing

In many respects, the Roar Before the Rolex 24 is just another weekend for Christian Fittipaldi, as he joins Joao Barbosa in preparing for a shot at their fourth overall victory in the Rolex 24 At Daytona. 609 more words

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The value of micro-credentials and badging needs continual clarification

Welcome today to David Porter, CEO of eCampusOntario, who joins us to discuss the value of micro-credentials and badging. After an intriguing keynote presentation at an educational event, David reached out to several education colleagues who work and research in the micro-credentials and badging arena. 2,014 more words

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