Are you interested in using data and technology to solve Austin’s transportation challenges? Come to the first ever ATX Hack the Traffic event, co-hosted by the City of Austin Transportation Department and UT’s Center for Transportation Research.
We’ll have single-board computers, travel sensors, and gigabytes of travel-time data for you to experiment with. If you’re able to help us develop an open-source travel sensor, an awesome analytics tool, or beautiful visualizations, your work could be piloted on real-life Austin streets as part of Austin’s Smart City initiatives!
We welcome everyone from first-time hackers to industry experts, and we’ll have tasty local food and beverages to keep you going through the afternoon.
Developers, designers, analysts, and transportation enthusiasts, join us on March 4 at Galvanize Austin to #HacktheTraffic!