- Walk Score continues their momentum in quantifying walkability – this week launching “ChoiceMaps” – a new way to measure neighborhoods.
- Other Guerrilla actions! These folks in Seattle “politely” installed impediments in the street to protect bikes. They were taken down a day later when the group contacted the city. What we’re really excited about is that soon, instead of tech hackathons, there will be city hackathons (or civic-a-thons!) where the city listens to its citizens and can test these different opportunities through doing rather than consulting.
- Hank Dittnar argues for investment in small projects, not grand strategies to move the needle for our economy and our communities.
- We submitted to the Knight Foundation’s latest News Challenge - “How might we improve the interaction between cities and citizens via open gov” Check out our submission for “Citizen-powered wayfinding, on and offline”.
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