OpenPlans featured in Forefront

As it did with the Vision Zero initiative, OpenPlans has collaborated with cities to develop software tools that allow them to gather public input in a way that meets their needs. New York has also used the tool to ask citizens how to spend $1 million, Chicago has employed it to identify where to place new bike racks, and Miami used it to gather ideas for how the city could improve public spaces. Everything that OpenPlans builds is open-source and freely available for communities to use without their assistance, assuming that the locality has the technical capability to do so.


Read about our Vision Zero collaboration with NYC DOT in Forefront from Next City, plus some mentions of our survey tools work with Conveyal.