that OSM could hold the building blocks of curb reg…t out to develop an open data standard, CurbLR, we also hoped that it could be compatible with OSM. Just as GTFS is a standalone format for transit information, we think that complete curb information should be shared in a format that can be published independently by government agencies. But we’re interested to find a way that OSM could hold the building blocks of curb regulation data …
Climate change is exacerbating inequality and injustice at home and abroad. But just, equitable and ambitious climate action, like a Green New Deal, can empower working families, impacted communities and developing nations in a more fair and sustainable economy.
Today I described my plan for economic patriotism. It’s a strategy for using all the tools of government to defend and create American jobs rather than continuing to cater to the interests of Wall Street and multinational corporations with no allegiance to America.
Most city policies we surveyed that included language about incident reporting asked for summary data on weekly or monthly cadences. None required details regarding the severity, mode type, or weather/road conditions surrounding the collisions, which are common amongst already established state and local collision record-keeping systems for vehicles.
ses and trains. Open APIs make transit predictable. Less beholden to chance. When you expand open APIs to more modes? Those effects co…l-time locations for buses and trains. Open APIs make transit predictable. Less beholden to chance. When you expand open APIs to more modes? Those effects compound.
ltimoda… is only half the battle — you have to encourage people to actually take the trips being suggested. (Ain’t nobody gonna download five extra apps to save five minutes.) But by elegantly unifying the planning, paying, and unlocking experience, your multimodal time gain…
…g in the city has never been so brutal. Traffic is apocalyptic. Finding parking? It’s a bloodsport. We cross our fingers that Fully Autonomous Cars™ will spare us further insanity… yet the reality will probably look more like Fully Autonomous Gridlock™.