Bike Incident Data-Entry Day @ Boston City Hall

 
Are you a cyclist?
Are you interested in public health?
How about transportation planning?
Do you like to volunteer?
Do you love data?

If you answered yes to any of those, we need your help with this project.

The City of Boston is in the midst of analyzing four years of police report data of bicycle incidents and needs your help. There are over 1,800 incident reports that need to be coded and entered into a computer program called aptly named "the Pedestrian and Bicycle Crash Analysis Tool" (PBCAT).

On Friday, April 5th the project team will be opening up a computer lab at Boston City Hall to a small army of volunteers and entering all 1,800 reports in one day!! To make this happen we are asking people to sign up for a 3-hour shift of PBCATing.

We need your 3-hours to help make our streets safer and continue to grow bicycling in Boston.

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1. Please enter your contact information
2. How did you hear about this initiative?
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3. Please indicate your available times on Friday, April 5th. If you are flexible, please select all of the times you are available.
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4. If you selected multiple available times above, what shift is your first choice?
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5. Are you willing to work more than one shift?