Spatiotemporal Dynamics in Public Transport Personal Security Perceptions: Digital Evidence from Mexico City's Periphery
Author(s)Butts, Kuan; Cadena, Arturo; Zegras, Pericles C; Palencia Arreola, Daniel Heriberto
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The potential for information and communication technologies (ICTs) to revolutionise transportation is of long-standing interest. Just as the telegraph, trans-oceanic cable communications, the telephone, and the fax surely influenced travel behaviours and supply of transportation infrastructures and services, related developments, especially in computing, have changed the way we analyse and plan systems. The most recent wave of ICT-related technological advances – epitomised by high-powered sensing and realtime computing capabilities – promises a new era of seamless services, autonomous vehicles, and high resolution system micro-simulation, to name a few emerging opportunities.
DepartmentMassachusetts Institute of Technology. Department of Urban Studies and Planning
ICT for Transport: Opportunities and Threats
Edward Elgar Publishing
“Spatiotemporal Dynamics in Public Transport Personal Security Perceptions.” ICT for Transport, Edward Elgar Publishing, 2015, pp. 115–39.
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