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Can Innovative Maps and Apps Change Use of Public Transit and Museums?

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Tuesday, December 4th 2012


Are there any innovations in maps or mapping applications on the near horizon that are going to substantially change consumers’ lives? Maybe.

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MBTA Trip Planner > Find MBTA Services Near a Location
YouTube: Bytelight and other indoor positioning tech - Mashable
Bing Maps Example - Oxford Valley Mall Map, Bucks County, PA
WMATA makes new diagrammatic bus maps - Greater Greater Washington
A frequent transit guide for Cincinnati by Nathan Wessel » Updates — Kickstarter
The Buzzer blog » The Frequent Transit Network map (Vancouver)
Seattle Adopts Frequent Map - Business Insider
Indoor map tech poses challenges, opportunities


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