Learn more about creating your own crowdsourcing effort with our open-source utility. In this video, Chris Eatough, Tim Kelley, and Dwight Martino talk about how crowdsourcing has helped develop the CaBi station network.
Month: October 2011
This summer Mobility Lab was recruited by BikeArlington to devise an online tool that would aid in providing feedback on proposed Capital Bikeshare station locations from Rosslyn to Ballston Common. What we devised was new and can be harnessed almost anywhere. The Crowdsourcing tool as we called it ties Google Maps with the database of… Read more »
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