Since 2010, not much as happened with NolaCycle. A lot has happened in my life, which has kept me from the project, but on positive note, a lot of great things have happened for cycling in New Orleans since then too. We have miles of new bike lanes, more bicycle parking, pedicabs, a complete streets ordinance, and many groups actively engaging in advocacy in the city. Our data map is online though, and anyone can view it and use data from it. You can view it at http://nolacycle.noladata.org. It's a bit out of date, especially considering how many road improvement projects have been completed in the last couple years, but you might still finding it useful for planning your bicycle routes around the city.
Currently, I'm in the midst of deciding where to go to graduate school, so I don't see myself being able to pick NolaCycle back up in the next few years. I do plan on making all my work and the work of volunteers for the project publicly available in May. The posters for NolaCycle have already been posted in entries from April 2010 and June 2009, giving a good background on the goals of the project and the methodology.
Thanks again to all the wonderful people who have been involved in NolaCycle. Another big thanks to everyone in the community and local government who has carried on NolaCycle's mission and has made New Orleans a much more fun and comfortable place to cycle than when I first moved her in March 2008.
What's all this about "manginal gains?"
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