Whether you are a sophisticated or a new adapter of smartphones, the recently released publication “Smartphone Applications to Influence Travel Choices” published by the U.S. Department of Transportation’s Federal Highway Administration offers up the information foundation to let you maximize the value of this new technology.
Are you a user of business-to-consumer apps, a mobility tracker, bike sharing believer, or are you interested in public transit apps or real time apps? Who can’t use a ridesharing or taxi-hail app, a smart park or courier network service?
Get the picture? If you are a “mover or shaker” then smartphone applications are a must, and keeping apprised of the latest and greatest new technological features and applications is key to your daily survival.
And for the newly initiated as well, the booklet, “Smartphone Applications to Influence Travel Choices” is the easiest way to take an information leap forward.
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