The Radlobby Wien (Vienna Bicycle Lobby) just revised its problem reporting application RadKummerKasten. It’s a great example of a customised reporting application and is built with OpenStreetMap and Radlkarte.at.
Ringstrasse 150 is a project to crowdsource ideas for making Vienna’s Ringstrasse the world’s most liveable street. We’re looking for ideas to make it safe and attractive for pedestrians and bicyclists – helping encourage more people to walk, bike and promenade along this historic boulevard. The project will include a detailed map for crowdsourcing ideas, […]
I’m organising a roundtable discussion on using social applications (social networks, crowd sourced reporting, online games, wikis, and other tools) for helping improve sustainable transport. We’ll start by identifying existing applications and then brainstorm ideas for Vienna (and beyond). If there’s interest we’ll organise a group to develop a real application or two. If you […]
We’re extending GreenCityStreets to include bicycling! Our goal has always been to include all modes of sustainable transport and so we are in the process of developing an exciting (we hope!) bicycling game, organizing a best practices wiki and investigating new options for reporting ideas. In the meantime we’ll be developing a list of bicycle […]
I made three presentations about GreenCityStreets at the Intelligent Transport Systems World Congress 2012 which was just held in Vienna. Here’s a link to my personal blog with links to the presentations: andynash.com The presentations were well received and we are looking forward to finding a public transport agency looking for an innovative way to […]
Last week I developed a video for the Vienna Content Award. Every year Vienna awards prizes for “content” oriented products (films, games, art, consumer goods, etc.) developed in the city. It’s a neat idea designed to showcase designers and products made in Vienna. Naturally the video is a music video parody … I’ll share the link […]