Are you a bicycle user? Do you care about breathing clean air while you are out there on the roads?
Then please take this quick survey.
It is from researchers Chris Zegras and Amalia Holub of the Future Urban Mobility project under MIT's SMART Centre in Singapore.
Why should you bother?
This research project focuses on a proposal to use portable monitors to gather air quality data as people move around the city. This would generate data for an open local air quality map.
The team has already tested portable particle counting monitors in Singapore and Mexico City. The next phase includes this web survey of cycling communities in several cities.
So, what are you waiting for? Please take the survey!
Wednesday, February 19, 2014
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Posted by Paul Barter at 4:26 pm
Labels: air quality, survey
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