America's Cup boats on San Francisco Bay, June 2013
Snowy night at Urban Loritz Platz, Vienna, February 2013
Tile art at Delft Railway Station (the Netherlands), May 2013
Andrew Nash is a transport planner living in Vienna, Austria. He helps clients with many types of projects including developing social media strategies, preparing and editing technical, marketing and proposal documents, and technical advice focused on urban and transport planning.
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Recent blog posts below:
I just posted the paper I wrote jointly with Peter Purgathofer and Fares Kayali of the Institute of Design and Assessment of Technology Vienna University of Technology about the use of games in transportation, with a focus on the technical evaluation of the Grr-Grr-Bike game prepared by Peter and Fares last spring. Here’s the paper(…)
Just returned from the CIVITAS Forum 2013 in Brest France. Great conference with lots of neat sustainable transport ideas. I travelled via Paris, taking the TGV from Montparnasse to Brest and back. On my return trip I visited the wonderful Braque exhibit at the Grand Palais and was struck by his painting of his bicycle(…)
Last week I participated in the Velopolis 2025: How mobile are urban societies in the future? workshop at Vienna’s MAK museum. The workshop was sponsored by the MAK and Vienna’s Departure Program. It was led by Sandra Y. Richter from the MIT Media Lab. On the first day we focused on developing scenarios for the(…)
I’m organising a roundtable discussion on using social applications (social networks, crowd sourced reporting, online games, wikis, and other tools) for helping improve sustainable transport. We’ll start by identifying existing applications and then brainstorm ideas for Vienna (and beyond). If there’s interest we’ll organise a group to develop a real application or two. If you(…)
Vienna’s working hard on making the city better for biking and walking, but it’s a difficult job. There are many places, like the intersection above, where the streets and traffic signals have been designed to move traffic, bikes and pedestrians are accommodated, but not a priority. This is a situation that needs to change if(…)