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An Australian city is using interactive online maps to engage its citizens about the future of its growing town centres. Citizens can use the interactive maps to highlight things they like, don’t like, or to suggest an idea.

August.02.2013
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  1. jansangehls reblogged this from builtenvironment and added:
    Great Idea!
  2. underthewhelmingtide reblogged this from sunlightcities
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  8. newurbanismfilmfestival reblogged this from urbanination and added:
    Love this idea!
  9. lejaker reblogged this from urbanination and added:
    This seems like a great idea that would be disappointing in reality.
  10. ordak reblogged this from city-motions and added:
    Initiatives like this often turn into gimmicks and instances of token participation. When done right, though, they can...
  11. nairtonbs reblogged this from urbanination
  12. urbanination reblogged this from urbanresolve and added:
    Lake Macquarie, Australia is using online mapping as a chance to involve residents in the planning process. Residents...
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  18. builtenvironment reblogged this from urbnist and added:
    I like the sound of this
  19. ericchancellor reblogged this from urbnist
  20. tiradia reblogged this from urbnist and added:
    OpenGov comes to Aus!