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Determining training for new technologies : A decision game and facilitation guide Moon, Brian M et al

By: Moon, Brian MPublication details: Washington DC Transit Cooperative Research Program, 2003; TCRP report 96, Description: 32 s, 1 MBISBN: 0309087724Subject(s): USA | Public transport | Personnel | | 111Online resources: Publikation/Publication Bibl.nr: VTI P4839:96Location: Abstract: The public transit industry is adopting new technologies. While some of these technologies are specific to the transit industry, many are technologies used in common with other industries-for example, voice and data-radio communications, global positioning systems, integrated management-information and productivity systems, and Internet applications. Other industries are adopting many of the same technologies as the transit industry, and forward-thinking transit managers are increasingly receptive to new technology and training and are seeking to adopt mainstream business methods and technologies. Training is essential to this transformation.
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Holdings: VTI P4839:96

The public transit industry is adopting new technologies. While some of these technologies are specific to the transit industry, many are technologies used in common with other industries-for example, voice and data-radio communications, global positioning systems, integrated management-information and productivity systems, and Internet applications. Other industries are adopting many of the same technologies as the transit industry, and forward-thinking transit managers are increasingly receptive to new technology and training and are seeking to adopt mainstream business methods and technologies. Training is essential to this transformation.

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