If we were to all share and store data in some formats, could we get more insights from the same information? In this webinar we took a deeper look at recently developed transportation data specifications and shared how standardizing datasets allows cities and agencies to speak the same technical language.

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About the Author(s)

Charlie Bailey

Customer Success Manager

Charlie Bailey is a Data Operations Manager at Remix. Charlie comes to Remix with a background in urban planning and transportation and experience working in both local government and in operations at technology companies in the transportation space. At Remix, Charlie has worked on Growth and Customer Success and currently he manages the transit data pipeline for over 300 customers.

Hunter Abel

Service PLanner II

Hunter is currently a Service Planner for the Metropolitan Atlanta Rapid Transit Authority. In this role, Hunter is responsible for evaluating existing bus service, including analysis of ridership data at the route and stop level, and the development of service modifications to further improve MARTA’s bus network. In addition, Hunter is currently the Deputy Project Manager for MARTA’s Arterial Rapid Transit projects, which will enhance bus service and passenger experience along three major bus corridors in the City of Atlanta. Hunter uses Remix on a regular basis to continually brainstorm how MARTA can better deliver a robust bus network and identify where MARTA’s upcoming Arterial Rapid Transit projects will have the greatest impact in improving the overall passenger experience.

J. David Porter, Ph.D.


J. David Porter is a Professor and Associate Head of Graduate Education in the School of Mechanical, Industrial and Manufacturing Engineering at Oregon State University. Dr. Porter received his M.S. and Ph.D. in Industrial Engineering from the University of Pittsburgh in 1999 and 2000, respectively. Dr. Porter’s research focuses on the design, modeling, and performance evaluation of data collection systems in application domains such as manufacturing, intralogistics, and transportation.