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What new technologies should be developed in response to the topics raised during our twitter chat? What existing (or new) APIs, Open Source code and other accessible data sets could be used/are needed to create new transformative accessible transportation applications to deal with these issues?

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Trends from the @ePolicyWorks Twitter Chat

On February 1, 2016 ePolicyWorks hosted its inaugural Twitter Chat on accessible transportation. Participants joined a real-time, interactive discussion on the current state of accessible transportation, shared accessible transportation experiences and provided insights on what improvements must be made.

For a full recap of our ePolicyWorks Accessible Transportation Twitter Chat from February 1st visit: https://storify.com/ePolicyWorks/accessible-transportation-twitter-chat-epwchat.

 

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Hosted by the U.S. Department of Labor’s Office of Disability Employment Policy (ODEP) and the U.S. Department of Transportation's Accessible Transportation Technologies Research Initiative (ATTRI), this online dialogue is focused on gathering insight and ideas for the future generation of accessible transportation solutions, including connected and automated vehicles, to further develop and enhance transportation options as an effective employment support for people with disabilities.

Please keep the following trending topics from our recent twitter chat in mind as you submit your ideas or comment and vote on ideas submitted by others below.

We invite you to post ideas to this online dialogue on what new technologies should be developed in response to these issues? and what existing (or new) APIs, Open Source code and other accessible data sets could be used/are needed to create new transformative accessible transportation applications to deal with these issues?

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