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Vision Zero Meeting next Wednesday, 6pm
At the meeting, we'll work on building a map & database of local traffic crashes.
There’s an Open Tallahassee working meeting next week! Feel free to forward to friends that are interested in open data &/or want to reduce traffic crashes in our community.
Open Tallahassee’s working meeting will be held on June 7th at the LeRoy Collins Library to make progress on the Vision Zero project. This meeting is open to anyone with any type of skillset – from programmers to event planners and writers. If you can, please bring a laptop with you.
At this meeting, we'll:
build a data processing pipeline to clean, store, and visualize existing data
manually enter coordinates for data points missing this information
draft stories and social media posts using existing data
WHAT: Meeting to work on the Vision Zero project.
WHEN: June 7, 2023, 6pm.
WHERE: Magnolia Room (2nd floor) at the LeRoy Collins Library, 200 W Park Ave, Tallahassee, FL 32301.
What is Vision Zero?
Vision Zero is a safety initiative that aims to achieve a roadway system with zero fatalities or serious injuries. We've already built a demo of the map! Check it out here.
What will opentlh do with this information?
We firmly believe data that involves and impacts the public should be freely available, however, it's not. That's why we're working to liberate this data and share it with the public.