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San Diego Taps Big Data To Optimize Transit
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Noise Trolley
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Noise Trolley,
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7/12/2014 | 2:05:22 PM
Map to Use for a Sound Decibel Study Environment Impact Trolley
Data should be analyzed for: Trolley Noise Sound Decibels that are over the limits for nights. Quality of Life is affected.

Click for MAP Link Below GIS:

Map Trolley Route
Noise Trolley
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Noise Trolley,
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7/12/2014 | 1:47:46 PM
Check Out this DATA https://sites.google.com/site/noisetrolley/
Just been busy: making excessive trips, screeching, blowing my horn,carrying freeloaders to drop off into your community, wasting money with mismanagement of funds,and affecting residents quality of life.

So...What have you been doing?  

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wade.rosado
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wade.rosado,
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7/10/2014 | 3:32:02 PM
Re: How adaptable?
In addition to what Doug said, the analytic models we use are generalized wherever possible to allow for reuse and also so they can be readily adapted to related types of analysis.There's inenvitably some level of customization required when performing this type of analysis for other cities, due to differences in systems used that generate the data, as well as business rules that affect the patterns of service usage. We will definitely be bringing these analytic tools to other cities, and expanding set of questions that can be answered through their application.
D. Henschen
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7/10/2014 | 11:18:09 AM
Re: How adaptable?
Urban Insight's hosted platform and analytical capabilities are generalized, but it's a consulting-oriented services business that specializes in transportation analyses. Each deployment will likely have unique data and data-correlation challenges, so one model and analysis approach does not fit all.
David F. Carr
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David F. Carr,
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7/10/2014 | 11:08:38 AM
How adaptable?
Is the analytic model generalizable enough that Urban Insights will be bringing it to other cities? Or more custom than that?


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