One of the biggest barriers to transit ridership is the accessibility and legibility of pertinent information. The team behind WhichBus, winner of the Second Best app and Best Multijurisdtictional app, has built a tool with that in mind. Unlike taking the car (origin: wherever I am, departure: now, destination: wherever I want) a trip by […] Read more »

The Living Voters Guide: Democracy online

In the first of a series of posts on the winners of the Evergreen Apps Challenge, we’ll focus on the Living Voter’s Guide, which took home prizes for Best Overall App and Best State App. The Living Voter’s Guide is an attempt to improve on the paper-based voter’s guide mailed to every registered voter before […] Read more »

Thank you to our judges

The first Evergreen Apps Challenge culminated this week with the presentation of awards to six different teams of developers. Our distinguished panel of judges put a good deal of time into the work of reviewing and judging apps. Thank you to all of the judges who took time out of their busy lives to help […] Read more »

Congratulations to the Winners of the Evergreen Apps Challenge

Congratulations to the winners of the first Evergreen Apps Challenge. A crowd of more than 100 people came to the Awards Celebration at City Hall last night to demo new apps, talk to developers, and hear from elected officials about some of the work that went into the apps entered into the Challenge. Our panel […] Read more »