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Jan 17, 2018 5:00pm

Coming To A Street Near You: Help Remix Create a New Tool for Street Designers

I’ve been writing at Medium.com for the past year. Read this full original post there.

Vibrant cities rely on the seamless connectivity of people and ideas. Streets enable these connections: your city’s community members need good streets to access jobs, move safely and sustainably, and live well.

Here at Remix, we’re excited to pilot a new product to design city streets.

We’re designing it on top of the new data standard called SharedStreets, which is being developed by the National Association of City Transportation Officials (NACTO) and the Open Transport Partnership. We need your input to help us build the right thing! 🎉

Read the rest of this post at blog.remix.com


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