Open Sidewalk Graph for Accessible Trip Planning:
Open Sidewalk Graph for Accessible Trip Planning is an information challenge to design an open source software toolkit and set of algorithms to help those with limited mobility plan a commute. By developing city-wide sidewalk accessibility analytics and applying routing algorithms, the project hopes to assemble disconnected sidewalk segments into a coherent graph, providing rapid and convenient routing for those with limited mobility that avoids steep hills, uncrossable intersections, stairs, or construction that blocks sidewalks.
- Nick Bolten, Project Lead Ph.D. student at University of Washington Department of Electrical Engineering.
- Amirhossein Amini, DSSG Intern Ph.D. student at University of Washington Department of Mechanical Engineering.
- Yun Hao, DSSG Intern B.Sc. Computer Science from Colorado State University Department of Natural Science.
- Vaishnavi Ravichandran , DSSG Intern Graduate student at University of Texas at Dallas Department of Geographic Information Systems.
- Andre Stephens , DSSG Intern Ph.D. student at University of Washington Department of Sociology.
- Anthony Arendt,
- Jake Vanderplas
- ALVA Students