Cividi: Participating in town planning
Despite growing populations, increasing traffic and the internal densification demanded by politicians, in order for city planning and urban development to continue to enable sustainable cities that are worth living in, they must become participative, evidence-based and smarter. Digitalisation offers new possibilities for analysing and involving the population.
The pioneering project cividi provides digital tools for the analogue city, thanks to support from the Migros Pioneer fund. It aims to make local concerns visible and to involve civil society in spatial planning. Cividi is establishing a platform for the visualisation and exchange of data on the use of urban space. The platform works with data from government authorities and businesses, but it also offers users the opportunity to make their individual data available for social purposes. A cooperative model for utilisation and further processing is being developed to this end.
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