We develop public participation tools to make cities better.

Ring Ride Game icon

Ringstrasse 150 project and Ring Ride

Yipee! We won an Honourable Mention award in the US Transportation Research Board’s Ninth Annual Competition and Call for Communicating Concepts with John and Jane Q. Public. We’ll be presenting TRB Session 585 – Public Involvement (Tuesday 12 Jan 2016: 10:45 AM).
Ringstrasse 150 the website

Ring Ride Game for Android

Ring Ride Game for iOS

About the Ringstrasse150 Project

  • BusMeister Game - Screenshot

    BusMeister public transport game


  • Games and Participation

    Well-designed games can help identify good ideas, solve problems, educate players and motivate them to act in the real world. And, importantly, games are extremely popular. Games can support development of communities to improve participation in planning projects as well as provide a platform for other web-based and real world participation such as crowd sourced mapping and problem identification, sharing technical information, GIS applications and more.

  • Crowdsourcing

    Crowdsourcing is a new name for asking people to help accomplish something. In city planning it’s often used to mean collecting input or suggestions, but crowdsourcing can also be used to provide funding for a project (e.g., Kickstarter) or to encourage people to work together to complete tasks, participate in activities, provide sensor data, and more.

    Read More
  • Suggestion page for BusMeister project.

    BusMeister suggestion page.


  • BusMeister project public transport education page.

    BusMeister project public transport education page.

  • Education

    City planning is a complex and highly technical subject. That’s why it’s extremely important to help residents understand city planning problems and potential solutions. New information technologies including well designed websites, wikis, videos, podcasts, etc. are ideally suited to educating residents about problems.

  • Social Media

    Social media such as Facebook, Twitter, Pinterest, etc. are excellent tools for engaging the public, providing information and encouraging participation and are widely used by all types of organizations. They have become standard in all types of city planning studies and by government agencies in communicating with their customers and constituents.

    Read More
  • Twitter feed for Chicago Transit Authority

    Twitter feed for Chicago Transit Authority


From our Blog:

  • Andrew-Nash-at-RTCA-Booth

  • About

    GreenCityStreets is a project by Andrew Nash, a Vienna-based transport planner. Nash helps clients develop social media, serious games and crowd sourcing applications designed to improve cities and transport systems. See andynash.com for more about Nash, his work and publications.