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Using Open Data for a Safer and Improved Cycling Network in NYC 🚲

Mar 11 at 6:00 pm - 7:30 pm

Hybrid Hybrid Event
Free

Did you know New York City has the oldest bike lane in America, and one of the largest bike networks, plus bike share programs in North America? 🚲

The Covid-19 pandemic introduced hundreds of thousands of New Yorkers to this bicycle infrastructure for the first time. This session highlights student research from Cornell Tech that explores the intersection of open data and how the City can enhance multiple generations of infrastructure improvements with a focus on safety. Join us to learn how to use open data to understand the past and present, while building a safer future for all in New York City.

This hybrid session will be introduced by the City’s Chief Analytics Officer, Martha Norrick, and is organized by the Cornell Tech Urban Tech Hub.

** Important re: Registration **

To attend this session IN-PERSON, register for an “In-Person Attendee” ticket. Please be prepared to provide proof of vaccination and to wear a mask. See you on campus at the Verizon Executive Educaiton Center, 2 W Loop Rd, New York, NY 10044

 

To attend this session VIRTUALLY, register for a “virtual attendee” ticket.

Join us after the event!

All in-person attendees are invited to join us for a closing reception at Granny Annie’s Bar & Kitchen, 425 Main St, New York, NY 10044 (on Roosevelt Island).

We look forward to seeing you!

Details

Date:
Mar 11
Time:
6:00 pm - 7:30 pm
Cost:
Free
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Event Type
In-Person and Online
Event Format
Talk or Panel

Venue

Cornell Tech, The Verizon Executive Education Center
2 W Loop Rd
New York, NY 10044 United States
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