Neighborland’s “Ideas in Action” allows the ideas of fellow site users and innovators to see their ideas come to life one way or another. Open Transit Data was one of those ideas that is now becoming available to outside groups, the public, instead of just being shared with the transit agencies. Transport for NOLA partnered [...]
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GOOD Ideas for Cities is taking the country by storm, with New Orleans as one of their stops. GOOD Ideas for New Orleans collected a number of problem solvers in the city to tackle some of the most difficult urban issues. The call for creatives– local designers, coders, artists, architects, filmmakers, writers and activists– back in May produced much interest [...]
This article is a guest post by Alan Williams of Civic Center and Neighborland & Rachel Heiligman of Transport for NOLA. We all know we should drive less–it’s expensive, it creates pollution, and frankly it can be dangerous. But public transportation in New Orleans is not a realistic alternative for most people. One of the biggest problems with buses [...]