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AUSTIN, TEXAS (December 5, 2011) — The Austin chapter of the
Conference Of Minority Transportation Officials (COMTO) honored
Dadnab with the Small Business of the Year award at its 2011
Inaugural Transportation Awards Banquet.
AUSTIN, TEXAS (October 4, 2010) — Visitors and 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 the traffic jams and
parking difficulties that accompany the event.
AUSTIN, TEXAS (February 9, 2010) — Getting public transportation
directions just got easier, as transit texting service Dadnab
has added phone numbers in the ten regions it serves.
AUSTIN, TEXAS (August 27, 2009) — Dadnab won the Take on Traffic
award in the small business category at the 2009 Greater Austin
Business Awards. The award honors businesses that reduce
traffic and vehicle miles traveled.
LOS ANGELES, CA (March 16, 2009) — Southern California commuters
are now using text messaging to plan their trips on public
AUSTIN, TEXAS (July 7, 2008) — Transportation technology startup
Dadnab is among the nominees for a 2008 Greater Austin Business
AUSTIN, TEXAS (January 22, 2008) — Carbon-friendly attendees at
the 2008 South by Southwest (SXSW) Festivals will be able to use
their mobile phones to get around town.
PORTLAND, OR (December 3, 2007) — Rail and bus riders in the
Portland metropolitan area can now use text messaging to plan
SAN FRANCISCO, CA (August 13, 2007) — Transit riders throughout
the San Francisco Bay Area can for the first time get route and
schedule information using text messaging from their mobile
AUSTIN, TEXAS (August 5, 2007) — Transportation startup Dadnab
(www.dadnab.com) has launched a free service that enables riders
to plan their trips on public transportation.
NEW YORK, NEW YORK (July 26, 2007) — Transportation startup Dadnab
(www.dadnab.com) has launched a free service that helps transit
riders in the New York, New Jersey, and Connecticut Tri-State Region
plan their trips.
AUSTIN, TEXAS (June 10, 2007) — Austin startup Dadnab (www.dadnab.com) has
launched a free service that helps Austinites plan trips using public