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.
We’re excited to be launching the Ringstrasse150 – Ring Ride project. The project consists of a website with information on improving walking and cycling in Vienna and a mobile phone game designed to increase engagement by linking to the website in the game results screen. The website is available here: Ringstrasse150 We’ll be working on […]
I’m working on a prototype of the Ringstrasse 150 project website. I’d be happy to receive your feedback in the comments below or contact me directly. It’s a work in progress, here’s what I have now: Ringstrasse 150 – home page Learn – information about sustainable transport planning (under development) Suggest – page for people […]
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 […]
I’m making a presentation on GreenCityStreets at the Stadtgespräch: Innovationen für die Stadtentwicklung in Vienna on Tuesday May 15. The conference will be held from 9:00 until 12:00 at the Bahnorama (Favoritenstraße 51, 1100 Wien), the visitor center for the new Vienna Main Train station. Should be an interesting conference with presentations from 12 different innovative […]
This political poster illustrates why projects like GreenCityStreets are needed to help educate residents about sustainable transport and to provide them with a forum for suggesting and supporting good ideas. Why is this necessary? Because transportation is complicated and politicians try to make it seem simple. This illustration from Vienna is from the middle-right political […]