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Feb. 10, 2016 7:12 am

Transportation Techies to hold Metro Hack Night at WMATA HQ

Join on Feb. 23 for an evening of Metro hacks, straight from the belly of the beast.

Learn how some D.C. techies are hacking their Metro commutes.

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Transportation Techies’ fourth Metro Hack Night look’s like it’s going to be full of great presentations.

From MetroHero to WMATA Watcher and beyond, the lineup already features some pretty exciting projects. But this event has another exciting feature too: For the first time ever, the evening-long show-and-tell of Metro-related apps and data visualizations will be held at WMATA HQ. And, judging by Twitter, the Transportation Techies are pretty excited about this:

The event will be held on Feb. 23, don’t forget to bring an ID for access. You can see the full lineup, and RSVP, here:

Metro Hack Night IV

Tuesday, Feb 23, 2016, 6:00 PM

WMATA HQ
Jackson Graham Building, 600 5th St NW Washington, DC

92 Techies Attending

Metro Hack Night is a show & tell of Metro-related apps and data visualizations. We are thrilled to be hosted by WMATA at Metro’s headquarters. We’ll be on the first floor; be sure to bring an ID in order to enter the building. Doors open at 6:00, and the presentations start at 6:30. Our presenters thus far are:• James Ferrara will discuss his (be…

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