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Re: School bus routing software

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>Date: Mon, 10 Apr 2000 15:36:46 -0500
>To: "Pollution Prevention Region 6" <p2r6@p2.borderbase.utep.edu>
>From: "David Eaton, Ph.D." <eaton@mail.utexas.edu>
>Subject: Re: School bus routing software
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>Dear Jan Hygnstrom:
>Try contacting Mark Daskin, Ph.D. at Northwestern University and Rick
>Church, Ph.D. at The University of California at Santa Barbara. Each is  an
>expert in routing and location analysis and eacj has developed superb
>software. David Eaton, University of Texas at Austin
>At 03:30 PM 4/4/00, you wrote:
>>Hi!  I'm looking for (affordable) software to plot school bus routes, 
>>especially in rural areas, as a P2 strategy. We've done some preliminary 
>>web searches and looked at school fleet magazines, but have only found 
>>software for upwards of $10,000, requiring megatraining. Neither of these 
>>are realistic for rural schools. Any ideas?
>>Jan Hygnstrom - Extension Project Manager
>>247 LW Chase Hall
>>University of Nebraska-Lincoln
>>Lincoln, NE 68583-0726
>>Phone: 402-472-9614     Fax 402-472-6338
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Raul E. Gonzalez
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