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The reason is that Google requires indemnification in their contract to accept the data, but Arlington is prohibited by the state from doing so. A statewide change is in the works but it is currently stuck in AG Ken Cuccinelli's office.

Interesting, but there are tons of Virginia transit agencies on Google Transit so it seems weird that they would need some immunity from the state to participate.

by MLD on Jan 18, 2013 1:53 pm • linkreport

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