New PPGIS publication: Crowdsourcing Bike Share Station Locations

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Greg P Griffin
Mon, Nov 12, 2018 3:03 AM

Online before press:
Griffin, Greg P., and Junfeng Jiao. 2018. “Crowdsourcing Bike Share Station
Locations.” Journal of the American Planning Association 84.
https://doi.org/10.1080/01944363.2018.1476174.

Hi PPGIS'ers,
What are the real on-ground outcomes of PPGIS work? Leveraging thousands of
suggestions for bike share station locations in New York and Chicago,
Junfeng Jiao and I found up to 29% of suggestions eventually received a
station. However, this relationship varied depending on location and
analysis method. As a form of co-production, the approach shows potential
to change engagement in planning outside of bike sharing, but planners need
to improve methods and platforms. I'd love to hear any questions or
comments!

GREG P. GRIFFIN, AICP, PhD Candidate

The University of Texas at Austin  |  Community & Regional Planning  |
http://soa.utexas.edu/people/greg-griffin | m 512 609 0474 |
https://twitter.com/gregpgriffin

Online before press: Griffin, Greg P., and Junfeng Jiao. 2018. “Crowdsourcing Bike Share Station Locations.” *Journal of the American Planning Association* 84. https://doi.org/10.1080/01944363.2018.1476174. Hi PPGIS'ers, What are the real on-ground outcomes of PPGIS work? Leveraging thousands of suggestions for bike share station locations in New York and Chicago, Junfeng Jiao and I found up to 29% of suggestions eventually received a station. However, this relationship varied depending on location and analysis method. As a form of co-production, the approach shows potential to change engagement in planning outside of bike sharing, but planners need to improve methods and platforms. I'd love to hear any questions or comments! GREG P. GRIFFIN, AICP, PhD Candidate The University of Texas at Austin | Community & Regional Planning | http://soa.utexas.edu/people/greg-griffin | m 512 609 0474 | https://twitter.com/gregpgriffin