Communities

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5 Cities Making the Most of Guerrilla Bike Lanes

Urban activists in these cities may not have managed to rally official support for cycling culture - but they have found novel ways of installing their own bike lanes.
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Pittsburgh: Appalachia’s Resourceful Creative City

Once the center of American steel, Pittsburgh went through an implosive period during the 80s but has since reemerged from the ashes of deindustrialization, forging a new identity as the next great U.S. metropolis—one that equally embraces resourcefulness, innovation and creativity. We continue with our #CreativeCitiesUSA series to see how the city is leading the way in America’s Rust Belt.
Reading Time: 2 minutes New York City Open Data Week Statue of Liberty (Courtesy of George Hodan)

First Annual Open Data Week in New York City

From March 4-11, the gathering, comprised of several events, will bring together influencers, experts and citizens to discuss the effects of big data.