New ORCycle App to Help Create Better Biking Around Oregon
Below is a press release and flyer that ODOT released last week about a new app they've helped develop that will give planners and researchers data from volunteers who it on their smartphones. Not only will it collect route selection and reason for choosing certain routes but it also allows users to give feedback about crashes, safety or infrastructure issues. Josh Roll from LCOG, who helped develop the local CycleLane app is on the advisory committee for this new app and he's excited about the potential of this new tool for cyclists throughout the state. ODOT will pass the data onto LCOG and city agencies to help them in their planning efforts. I've used the app for a couple days now, including for my commute and a … Continue reading "New ORCycle App to Help Create Better Biking Around Oregon"
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