Digital Trust for Places and Routines Learning Cohort
Digital Trust for Places and Routines (DTPR Standard) is an emerging open-source “system-to-people” visual communication standard for transparency and accountability around digital technology in the places where people live and work. It includes a standard dictionary of concepts around digital tech and data practices, and a standard set of icons and design patterns to quickly and clearly communicate those concepts. Helpful Places has launched a cohort of implementation pilots in 2021/2022 to facilitate demonstrations of this DTPR Standard and provide shared learning opportunities between the Cohort members. DDOT has a current research project testing a range of technologies to improve bicycle and pedestrian safety in intersections. The deployment of devices in the first half of calendar year 2022 provides an opportunity to test communications methods for bridging the communication gap between DDOT and the public about the deployment of digital technologies. For more information on that project see Pedestrian and Cyclist Intersection Safety Sandbox.
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- DDOT is one of four cities participating in the earning cohort, details here are only for the DDOT portion of the work.
- Status: Active
- Funding: $10,000
Washington, DC United States 20003
- Start Date: 20220412
- Expected Completion Date: 20220911
- Actual Completion Date: 0
- Accession Number: 01845184
- Record Type: Research project
- Source Agency: District Department of Transportation
- Files: RIP, STATEDOT
- Created Date: May 12 2022 2:24PM