How Bristol Uses Open Data to Improve Traffic and Air Quality- Opendatasoft

Written by Jamal Chamberlain on 11 Sep, 20
City-wide innovation ecosystem

Bristol ranks second in smart cities just below London. As a city we are making huge advances into the world of innovation and sustainability. A way in which we do this is, is though the use of open data. Open data is collated to see which areas we need to improve on and how to improve. Marius Jennings (Project manager of Open Data in Bristol City Council) and Steve Crawshaw (Programme Coordinator)  were interviewed by Opendatasoft in regards to how open data is used as leverage to improve traffic and air quality.

For the full interview click here.

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