Livable Streets Advance Thanks to CT Advocates, Municipalities

Some good news for bicycle and livable community advocates has been coming out of Connecticut over the past few weeks:

Not to be outdone, New Haven’s livable streets advocates are once again finding innovative ways to promote cycling and more livable communities in their city.  Elm City Cycling (ECC) has recently partnered with SeeClickFix in an effort to implement the City’s first on-street bike corral.  SeeClickFix (SCF), the popular crowd-sourcing tool, helps empower citizens to more fully participate in their communities by allowing them to identify issues of concern for elected and agency officials.  The new partnership between ECC and SCF, however, will not only be used to crowd-source but will also test out the potential for “crowd-funding” small public works projects.