Transit trends with the OpenGeo stack

Mike Frumin has put together a compelling map of NYC subway station ‘registrations’ (that is, the number of people who enter the station). The maps show spark lines of ridership over time, which provides a rich understanding of what has happened in neighborhoods during different periods. The interactive map is well-worth a visit. Ridership around Read more…

OpenGeo broadens its reach

From the OpenGeo blog, exciting news on their new hires: OpenGeo is a world leader in developing and supporting open source geospatial software, offering clients the most complete and compelling package of open source web-based geospatial tools available. The company recently announced that it has made a number of strategic hires to improve its ability Read more…

Livable Streets party and…ZoZo sightings?!

On Wednesday, the newly-minted Livable Streets Initiative (LSI) threw a great celebration at powerHouse Arena, and we have the pictures to prove it. Livable Streets Initiative is the umbrella for our multi-pronged transportation reform efforts – Streetsblog, Streetfilms, and Livable Streets Education, etc. Over the past three years these projects has helped transform New York Read more…