Andy Likuski is an urban planner and software developer who uses technology to improve planning. He integrates emerging web technologies to advocate, visualize, and plan improvements to public space, transit, and cycling. Andy’s strives to make cities happier and more socially connected. He believes that proven urban forms like public plazas and tram lines make for far better places than an over-reliance on isolating technologies like autonomous cars. Andy previously led software development of UrbanFootprint at Calthorpe Associates and Calthorpe Analytics, creating the first open-source web-based land-use-planning software that allows regional governments and cities to plan sustainable futures. He currently lives in Oakland, California and helps firms, organizations, and municipalities understand and use planning software technology.
- Elderly people in Japan are getting arrested on purpose because prison is less lonely https://t.co/13nMytIWph via @SCMP_news, 9 hours ago
- Ba-bam! Happy mobility depends on road efficiency. that means priority for transit, people! https://t.co/qZijFkeU4r, Mar 21
- Can smart cities be happy cities? Yes, if we target equity, a la #LISC @lisc @AliAlAzzawi https://t.co/k40cfX6SKB, Mar 21