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CommonPaths is a multi-tenant GIS recording and reconciliation system to collect, process, and distribute pedestrian pathway data. The system can collect and serve high-fidelity pedestrian pathway information in a standardized and computable format. It can accurately describe, translate and serve the data in a usable and actionable format for consumption by various applications and users with mobility impairments.
CommonPaths is a data collection and distribution system for pedestrian infrastructure.
Delivers standardized tools and schema for collecting high-fidelity pathway data.
Addresses injustices in municipal data that values cars above people and the "average" user above people with disabilities.
Provides a platform to collaborate with other agencies and reduce redundancy.
Allows you to be in control of your data collection and management.
Licensed under the OSL 3.0 open source license. Source code available on GitHub.
Utilizes OpenStreetmaps to facilitate collaboration between the public and public agencies
Based on research done by the University of Washington's Taskar Center for Accessible Computing
UWTCAT'S extension of OSM that has
defined a compatible schema for high-fidelity pedestrian pathway that can be collected by CommonPaths