[ freespace ] Transportation Hackathon

Via Facebook:

[ freespace ] invites you to participate in a transportation focused hackathon happening from Saturday, June 22nd at 10 am to Sunday, June 23rd at 10 pm. The aim of the event is to develop solutions around transportation issues in San Francisco, including projects focused on bicycling, walking, public transportation, and parking management.

Saturday morning will start with talks from Cheryl Brinkman of the SFMTA Board of Directors, Jason Euren from the Mayor’s Office of Civic Innovation, Jonathan Rewers from the SFMTA Finance and Information Technology Division, and Laura Schewel from Streetlight Data before teams form around particular projects at noon. Project groups will have 32 hours to develop solutions before presentations Sunday evening at 8 pm.

Free Sunday Brunch provided by VolxKuche SF as well as spontaneous entertainment provided by the [ freespace ] environment throughout the weekend.

[ freespace ] is a new temporary community space focused on fostering creativity, community, and civic innovation through the gift of free space. The building is located at 1131 Mission St. between 7th and 8th.

Participants are encouraged to bring project ideas, skills, or just enthusiasm. All are welcome.

For further information please contact Morgan Fitzgibbons at morgan@freespace.io or call 419-351-0466.

This event is sponsored by Levi’s, The Wigg Party, San Francisco Yellow Bike Project and ReAllocate.

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