Who knows, better than the user in a specific position and time of his service use, some kind of information or could share knowledge that would help the rest of the community?
C'est une question à laquelle on peut répondre en utilisant le service Mapnificent, qui permet à partir de leur site internet de construire des cartes isochrones à partir des données ouvertes ou partagées des opérateurs transports et des villes.
The SFCTA - San Francisco County Transportation Authority currently conducts a "mobility, access and pricing study" to explore congestion pricing opportunities. Several workshops and lunch webinars are organized to inform and gather feedbacks from San Francisco citizens and Business about the upcoming pilots scenarios on congestion pricing.
The Service Design Thinks, a more serious variation of Service Design Drinks (great events that pops up around the world on a monthly basis for service design consultants and clients to exchange perspective), was organized by Jamin Hegeman - Adaptive path -and host this time at Hot Studio.
Jarrett Walker, human transit, was giving a speak at the San Francisco Planning + Urban Resarch association on Thursday 22 about the "geometry of transits", in other words about how your transit network is designed. Organic ones, such as Sydney tentacular spreading transit system versus more simple and faster transit systems, our transit networks folllow some laws:
Heard about Uinfopark, our 2.0 parking spot finder ? What if you could find on a map the users leaving their parking spot soon, instead of looking indefinitely for some spot to be available in the streets ?