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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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 | […]
Better Block is an organisation providing resources (e.g., How to Build a Better Block) to help communities create healthy and vibrant neighborhoods. The group’s website is full of resources and ideas for transforming streets and vacant properties into lively, safe and interesting places. It’s a great source of information for community activists who want to act to […]
Beat the Street is a community game that encourages people to walk or cycle around the community. It was developed by the UK’s Intelligent Health, an organisation dedicated to increasing physical activity and improving the health of communities. They develop programs that combine technology (e.g., activity trackers and games) with on-the-ground community programs. So far over 500,000 people […]
carsinbikelanes.nyc is a website where people can post photos of cars blocking bikelanes in New York. According to the website, This site is by no means a replacement for 311, holding your elected representatives accountable, or talking to your friends and family. But it will hopefully become a cathartic and productive body of evidence to […]