Open311 (open protocol for location-based data service)

Open311 (open protocol for location-based data service)

A collaborative model and open standard for civic issue tracking. Open311 is meant to facilitate an international effort to build open interoperable systems that allow citizens to more directly interact with their cities. Open311 is a form of technology that provides open channels of communication for issues that concern public space and public services. Primarily, Open311 refers to a standardized protocol for location-based collaborative issue-tracking.

Cooperators

Philip Ashlock

Location

United States of America (USA)
Baltimore
United States of America (USA)
Bloomington
United States of America (USA)
Boston
United States of America (USA)
Brookline
United States of America (USA)
Chicago
United States of America (USA)
Columbus, IN
United States of America (USA)
Grand Rapids
United States of America (USA)
Peoria, IL
United States of America (USA)
San Francisco
United States of America (USA)
Washington D.C.
United States of America (USA)
Philadelphia
Finland
Helsinki
Canada
Toronto
Canada
Quebec City
Canada
Surrey
Germany
Giessen
Germany
Bonn
Germany
Rostock
Greece
Lamia
Switzerland
Zürich
Spain
Zaragoza
Portugal
Lisbon