Information Services in Social Networked Transportation

Project Description: 

Traditionally, transportation is understood as the physical displacement of people, goods, and vehicles. Information technology is often used to model the system or to optimize the system. Here, however, we see information as the essence of the system. In the social networked paradigm we reconceptualize transportation as an information ecosystem in an institutional landscape. This project will analyze information flows and institutions in surface transportation in order to promote new information services. It attempts to illuminate the evolving role of state DOTs as transportation becomes more information intensive.

Objectives / Tasks:
Task 1: Theory: Develop a Class on Social Networked Transportation
Task 2: Distill Lessons from the IT and Energy Sectors
Task 3: Survey and Analysis of Transportation Systems
Task 4: Toward Action: Trends, Visions and Strategies for Transportation


Comparative Analysis of Intelligent Systems in the Transportation and Energy Sectors (September 2013)

Anticipated Impacts/Benefits of Implementation: 
None yet.
Principle Investigator(s) Contact Information: and
Georgia Institute of Technology
Start and End Dates: 
05/1/12 - 06/30/14

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