Intelligent Public Transit through IT
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Intelligent Public Transit through IT

Government - Intelligent Public Transit through IT

Every day, those of us who depend on public transit expect it to get us where we’re going inexpensively, safely, and with the reliability and consistency of a utility. How has mass transit changed from the past? How is IT transforming public transit now and for the future with regards to offering real time statuses on arrivals/departures, connecting with riders via social media, offering information over the Internet, et al? What innovations are being contemplated or deployed to improve today’s commuter experience? What could our transit systems learn from global transit solutions? What transit system is doing the best job of moving people?

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Gary Foster, CTO of Massachusetts, Bay Transit Authority (MBTA), Boston, MA

Gary joined MBTA in January 2008 as Chief Technology Officer and Director of Information Technology. He is responsible for Enterprise Systems, Information Security, the MBTA web presence, systems and network infrastructure. As Chief Techn... More   View all posts

Allan Steele, VP & Chief Information Officer, Dallas Area Rapid Transit (DART)

Steele joined DART as Chief Information Officer in November 2008. He is a senior executive with more than three decades experience leading international IT organizations. Previously he was Director, Information Technology at a large interna... More   View all posts
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