Whatever happened to the Power of 32?

“I think it’s fair to say this only happened because of Power of 32. It was a specific issue recommended. Nobody was taking the steps to do it; this was the push,” states Allen Biehler of the Heinz School of Policy and Public Management and executive director of the University Transportation Center. The traveler information system, similar to what’s in place in New York, San Francisco and D.C., is being led by Carnegie Mellon University’s Traffic21 with a goal to connect the 511 information systems from the four states included in the Power of 32.