Four Types of Crowdsourcing in Transportation
Crowdsourcing by Transport Mode
Crowdsourced-transport.com is a project by Andrew Nash, a Vienna-based transport planner. Nash helps clients develop social media, serious games and crowd sourcing applications designed to improve cities and transport systems. For more about Andy see: andynash.com.
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DataPlace is a fascinating idea, it allows users to place sensors on a map to collect (visualise) data. It’s designed to help regular people understand and use open data, which can then help them develop ideas for improving their surroundings. Here’s the paper title and abstract: Towards a DataPlace: mapping data in a game to […]
CityLab has a fascinating article on the future of city 311 systems: The Future of 311 Could Be Weird. On this website we classify 311 systems as reporting applications because they are used by cities to collect and analyse reports by residents about problems etc. The “311” designation comes from the telephone number that was […]
Planetizen is a great source of information about all things urban planning. Their annual best of lists are particularly good. This year’s best websites 2016 were just published and they include several related to crowdsourcing and transport. For example the cover photo is Jason Wright’s Brand New Subway game, which is one of our favourite […]
Curbed just published a great list of small things people can do (ACT!) to improve their community. Here are the details: 101 small ways you can improve your city, by Patrick Sisson and Alissa Walker, September 22, 2016. They’ve separated the article into six categories: On Your Street | In Your Neighborhood | At Your Parks | […]