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by Brad Aaron
A prototype version of the “Street Conditions Observation Unit” is ComNET, which I provided tech support for in 2002-2004. It’s available for your neighborhood group.
Angus, this looks fabulous! I checked out the site, but can you tell us how it is working out?
Cyclist Killed- Carlos Noriega-Olivia is a killer. It reflects very negatively on our society that this crime goes unpunished. I am sickened right now by our backwards legal system.
Angus – are those units still available?
I’m pretty sure they’re still available, but I haven’t been in touch with the CMGP folks since I left the Fund. They seem to have added several neighborhoods, so it looks like they’re still going strong. I imagine there’s quite a demand.
You don’t get to keep the units; you borrow them for a day or two while you do the survey.
If you call, tell them I sent you. That and a nickel will get you on the subway.
“This would have the biggest improvement to the quality of the public realm and to transportation funding of anything that could be done. We need a bold, visionary elected official who is willing to step up to the plate to push for this.”
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