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BikeWise.org

Bike Incident mapping data by Bike Index!

BikeWise is a place to learn about and report bike crashes, hazards, and thefts. This project intends to provide a powerful, universal way to access biking incident data for data scientists and developers.

BikeWise has an open, RESTful API. Check out the documentation page

Every day incidents for the past 30 days are committed to geojson_data/recent incidents.geojson and all incidents are committed to geojson_data/all.geojson. Both are geojson FeatureCollections, generated by calling the locations endpoint of the API.

Report sources

Right now we're importing Bike Index thefts and SeeClickFix reports that pertain to biking, but we're excited about importing more report sources in the future.

Adding new import strategies is simple - so if you've got a bunch of incident data you'd like to add, hit us up, contact@bikeindex.org!

Running it locally

This is a Rails 4.1 app run on Ruby 2.1 (we use RVM) with PostgreSQL and redis. It's a very similar stack to Bike Index (which has more detailed set up instructions).

You can start the server in development with rake start - it will open on localhost:3001.


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