Posts tagged with 'open data'
SeeClickFix Integrates Data with D.C.'s New Open311 System
SeeClickFix Integrates Data with D.C.'s New Open311 System
Last week, our friends at SeeClickFix announced the mapping tool’s integration with Washington D.C.’s new Open311 API. What does this mean? Officially, “The cities’ use of this open source data platform will enable citizens to communicate service requests directly into ...
World Bank Opens Urban Development (and Other) Data
World Bank Opens Urban Development (and Other) Data
Earlier this month, the World Bank opened up its data and launched a new website – data.worldbank.org – where users will be able to browse and filter more than 2,000 financial, business, health, economic and human development indicators from World ...
City Go Round...and 'Round and 'Round
City Go Round…and 'Round and 'Round
FrontSeat, the software company that brought you WalkScore, just released a great service called City-Go-Round. The new site is a clearinghouse of useful online and mobile transit applications across the United States. Transit applications and especially open transit data have ...
What Does it Mean to Be Smart? CityWiki Wants Your Input
What Does it Mean to Be Smart? CityWiki Wants Your Input
We wrote about Smarter Cities before, here and here, explaining how the new Web site ranks U.S. cities across categories like transportation and water quality, and also offering suggestions for how NRDC, the creators of the site, should “rebalance its ...