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Hack a better school bus [Events Roundup]

Help smooth the transportation woes of city schoolchildren.

This bus stops for civic hackers. (Photo by Flickr user Jack Lyons, used under a Creative Commons license)

This week, improve transportation for city students at the Smarter Schools Challenge with Hack Baltimore or hang out at Baltimore Hackerspace.


Baltimore Hackerspace Open Hack Night
Check out the hackerspace and work on your latest project.
Wednesday, Jan. 7
7:00 p.m.
Baltimore Hackerspace
6410 Landay Ave., Baltimore city.
Smarter Schools Challenge: Transit
Join Hack Baltimore, community leaders and Baltimore City Public Schools as they embark on the city’s first hackathon geared to ease transportation frustrations for students.
Saturday, Jan. 10
10:00 a.m.
Baltimore Design School, 1045 Light St., Baltimore city.

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