From event page:
CaBi Hack Night is a show & tell of apps and data visualizations about Capital Bikeshare. Are you a programmer who has built something CaBi-related? Apps, hacks, dataviz, maps etc are all welcome. Sign up by contacting Michael. The schedule includes:
- • Jonathan Street will explore how big the CaBi network is by computing the shortest route visiting all stations.
• Tracy Hadden Loh will show how she built a tool for Rails-to-Trails to measure level-of-service for CaBi stations in Arlington.
• Alex Tedeschi will show how he built a data exploration tool to study Citi Bike rebalancing.
• Colin K. Hughes will show how Social Bicycles provides more data about cyclist behavior, and uses geo-fencing and financial incentives to minimize rebalancing.
• Daniel Gohlke and David Moskovitz will show what the tech department at Motivate is up to.
Here’s what’s been presented at previous CaBiHackNights:
- Nov 2016: Predicting future use, connecting communities with Capital Bikeshare data
- Apr 2016: How bikeshare should fit into a low-stress biking network, and New bikeshare data standard opens doors for apps and analysis.
- Oct 2015: Government transit data gets techies’ gears spinning for new apps, From Rebalancing to Dock-Blocking: Techies Hack to Make Capital Bikeshare Even More User-Friendly.
We are thrilled to be returning to WeWork at the Wonderbread Factory. And once again we will be welcoming attendees of the National Bike Summit, the conference put on by the League of American Bicyclists.
Doors open at 6:30, with speakers starting at 7:00.
Please RSVP on Meetup.