Havana

Photo-mapping in Old Havana (Photo credit:@dicepb)

In honor of National Bike Month, we’re showcasing bikers who are bringing conversations about road safety, smart cities, and conservation to life with Mapillary photos. We’ve seen pockets of recent activity around the world where bikers are engaging with their communities and local governments to effect change in infrastructure planning and transportation policy. Here are three of our favorites:

1) Creating maps of Old Havana at the International Free Software Conference (Cuba)

By wille:

(Read more at TecMundo)

2) Photomapping the daily commute for Bike to Work Month (Copenhagen)

By neogeografen:

3) Assessing road conditions in an OSM Mexico/Repubikla workshop (Mexico City)

By mapeaton:

(See it on Repubikla’s bicycle mobility webmap.)

We’ve added photos from these events and more of our favorite rides to our map of Mapillary Bikers. If you’re a Mapillary Biker, tell us why you ride with Mapillary and send us your best shots. Let’s get you on the map!

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