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– Work in progress – What if scenario Lorem ipsum – … starting the key topic with a what if scenario, developing and visualizing concepts for open-source shared mobility: Imagine you and a mass of cyclists are slowed down by continuous red lights during rush hour. But as the group of cyclists grows, you have the […]

– Work in progress –

What if scenario

Lorem ipsum – … starting the key topic with a what if scenario, developing and visualizing concepts for open-source shared mobility: Imagine you and a mass of cyclists are slowed down by continuous red lights during rush hour. But as the group of cyclists grows, you have the power to turn traffic lights green, widen the bicycle lane and change the speed limit for cars passing by.

… citizens take over the streets and traffic was citizen regulated based on real-time open data of citizen choices and needs?

Research Context

First open source bike sharing: Known as «White Bikes» these regular bikes were painted white. Within days the scheme collapsed due to theft. Amsterdam 1965, Witte Fietsenplan (the «white bicycle plan»). There is a growing number of Ride Sharing Services based on realtime data – from «Uber» to Apps which offer the most efficient way by including all sorts of mobility modes like city bikes, public transport, carpooling, carsharing (e.g. MinRejseplan / «MyJourneyPlanner» App from Copenhagen). Scenario

Output

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