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FixMyTransport was a mySociety project running from 2011 to 2015. It allowed passengers to send complaints directly to transport operators.

Where's my school bus?

Our program offers real-time tracking of school buses through a mobile web app. We hope that — in a small way — this creates a better experience for parents and students.


Search, browse, subscribe and comment on your City Council bills, council members and events.

FEMA Community Alerting Protocol

This section contains information about the Common Alerting Protocol (CAP), an international standard that is used by IPAWS to send public alerts and warnings.


Fluicity est une solution d’engagement citoyen, qui permet la prise de décision collective autour des sujets d’intérêt général.

Displacement Alert

The Displacement Alert Project uses data and information visualization tools to proactively identify buildings that are facing a high risk of displacement. With this information, community organizations, decision markers, and local residents can push back with outreach, education, organizing strategies, and policy change.


Veovo instantly measures the number of passengers moving through a subway station to identify crowding and make service more efficient. The MTA can use this information to improve the deployment of staff to stations, change train distribution and plan more efficient station design.


Involved is an application that connects you with all of your elected officials through polling and direct messaging

Mind My Business

Your business is your livelihood and your reputation. Mind My Business™ sent you customized notifications to help you make more informed decisions that save you time and money.

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