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Dadnab to Help 2010 ACL Festival Attendees Avoid Transportation Hassles
Attendees at this weekend’s 2010 Austin City Limits Music Festival (ACL) will use mobile phones to help them get around town. A mobile texting application, Dadnab, will help them avoid traffic jams and parking difficulties that accompany the event.
By: Roger L. Cauvin
ACL is a three-day festival that brings dozens of bands and thousands of music fans to Zilker Park in Austin, Texas each year. This year, the event will take place October 8 - 10.
"Due to congestion, road closures, and the lack of parking at the event site, it’s virtually impossible for ACL attendees to get there by car,” says Dadnab’s founder, Roger L. Cauvin. “Capital Metro shuttles people from Republic Square Park to the event entrance, but even finding parking near Republic Square Park is challenging. We offer attendees a quick, spur-of-the-
To get transit directions, a Dadnab (http://www.dadnab.com)
"More and more people who had never before taken a bus or train are realizing that technology and transit make a convenient combination,”
Dadnab also operates in the San Francisco Bay Area, Boston, Chicago, Dallas, Houston, Portland, Seattle, Southern California and the tri-state New York, New Jersey, and Connecticut area.
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Dadnab is the leading service for getting transit directions by text message. Users send queries from their mobile phones, and Dadnab tells them which bus or train to take, at which location, at what time, to reach their destinations.