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The value of citizen science to promote transit accessibility

Aaron Steinfeld, Jordana Maisel and Edward Steinfeld
Conference Paper, Carnegie Mellon University, First International Symposium on Quality of Life Technology, July, 2009

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Abstract

We propose that citizen science methods can engage riders with disabilities and others in improving public transportation accessibility by documenting and assessing problems and good solutions throughout the system. This will empower riders, resulting in a greater understanding of the transportation system, and improve the feedback loop between rider and provider.

BibTeX Reference
@conference{Steinfeld-2009-10254,
title = {The value of citizen science to promote transit accessibility},
author = {Aaron Steinfeld and Jordana Maisel and Edward Steinfeld},
booktitle = {First International Symposium on Quality of Life Technology},
keyword = {citizen science, public transportation, accessibility, transit riders, disabilities},
sponsor = {National Institute on Disability and Rehabilitation Research, United States Department of Education},
school = {Robotics Institute , Carnegie Mellon University},
month = {July},
year = {2009},
address = {Pittsburgh, PA},
}
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