Open Data Discourse Celebrates Winner of its First Community Challenge

Open Data Discourse awarded prizes for its first community challenge – making the streets of Cambridge safer for pedestrians, cyclists, and drivers – Friday evening at Microsoft's New England Research and Development Center.

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  1. Data for the challenge came from the Cambridge Open Data Portal.
  2. Five or six tables making #cambma safer through traffic data analysis and interactivity at… http://t.co/XXe311SRTP
    Five or six tables making #cambma safer through traffic data analysis and interactivity at…  http://instagram.com/p/xpyRITq7id/ 
  3. Challenge judges included:
    Nadeem Mazen, City Council Member, City of Cambridge, MA
    Dan O'Brien, Research Director, Boston Area Research Initiative
    Holly St. Clair, Director of Data Services, Massachusetts Area Planning Council
    Nidhi Subbaraman, Staff Writer, BetaBoston of the Boston Globe
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