How you can help

Virtually explore city streets to find and label accessibility issues in three easy steps—right from the comfort of your home.


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FIND PROBLEMS
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ASSESS SEVERITY
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You are automatically assigned a neighborhood when you click 'Start Mapping', but you can also choose one by clicking on a region below!

Your work is making a difference

Users like you have already mapped the accessibility of nearly half of Washington DC. That's 988 miles—more than the distance from DC to Boston.

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What we do with your labels

Your labels are used to improve city planning, build accessibility-aware mapping tools, and train machine learning algorithms to automatically find accessibility issues.


What people
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Using machine learning, big data, & civic kindness, @projsidewalk is making D.C. more accessible one mile at a time
@microsoftdesign
@projsidewalk is mapping accessibility in DC. Looks like C St NE and Oklahoma Ave need work!
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