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!
About Our Sponsors
Galvanize is a network of urban campuses that aligns education, venture capital, and community. Whether you’re a founder, student, or just someone who wants to level up their career, we want Galvanize to be a welcoming, inclusive place where you can take the next step in your journey. For more about Galvanize and membership visit galvanize.com.
data.world is a social network for data people. Discover and share cool data, connect with interesting people, and work together to solve problems faster. data.world
Open Austin is a volunteer citizen brigade advocating for open government, open data, and civic application development since 2009. They are an official brigade affiliated with the nonprofit Code for America which believes government can work for the people, by the people in the 21st century. open-austin.org
The Texas Advanced Computing Center (TACC) designs and operates some of the world’s most powerful computing resources. The center’s mission is to enable discoveries that advance science and society through the application of advanced computing technologies. tacc.utexas.edu
The Data Rodeo is an effort to bring together data to support traffic management and transportation planning in the Central Texas region. Learn more at datarodeo.org