America's Cup on San Francisco Bay, June 2013
Snowy night at Urban Loritz Platz, Vienna, February 2013
Tile art at Delft Railway Station, May 2013
Andy at Zurich Hauptbahnhof
London Transport Museum Depot, Acton, March 2014
Andrew Nash helps clients develop social media, serious games and crowd sourcing applications designed to improve cities and transport systems. Projects include Grr-Grr-Bike, a smart phone game designed to increase engagement in bike planning and advocacy, and GreenCityStreets, a serious game, wiki and crowdsourcing platform to help improve public transport. He also provides transport planning consulting, prepares proposals and edits technical studies and marketing materials.
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I visited Lucerne Switzerland in March. Lucerne is about 45-minutes by train from Zurich and it’s a wonderful day trip with several excellent museums and a very nice historic old city to walk around. I visited one of my favourite transport museums, the Verkehrshaus (Transport House). The museum has a great collection of railway locomotives(…)
I visited Tel Aviv Yafo as part of my work reviewing the CIVITAS 2move2 project in late March. I’d never been to Israel before and it was very interesting and nice. The weather was fantastic, sunny and about 20 degrees for our whole visit. The goal of CIVITAS is for cities to demonstrate a set(…)
We had a great time riding around Tel Aviv on the city’s Tel-o-fun shared bike system. Here I am riding on one of the city’s green corridors.
The Urban Data from Fetish Object to Social Object conference in London (see previous post) was fantastic, lots of great ideas discussed by people doing really neat things with social data. Sjors Timmer did a nice post about the conference. I enjoyed my trip to London, a city I have not visited for some time. Mostly(…)
I’ll be participating as a discussant at a conference organised by Adam Greenfield at the London School of Economics on Friday March 14. Read more about the speakers and programs on the LSECities announcement or on Adam Greenfield’s blog post. It should be a provocative day!