With 238 cities competing to host the next Amazon headquarters the global economy is requiring cities to use data to attract new business and build smarter transportation networks 

While smart cities do compete to win one-off battles like hosting Amazon's next headquarters, smarter cities focus on growing local startups that enhance the quality of life of local residents. In an effort to make Nova Scotia a data-driven province, Bicycle Nova Scotia is proud to announce a new partnership with B-Line Analytics to launch a new smartphone travel survey to better understand the mobility patterns of Nova Scotia cyclists. Data generated from this study will generate intelligence for Bicycle Nova Scotia members as well as data-driven policies on how the province's active transportation system can be improved to make Nova Scotia a safer place to cycle.  

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To participate in this study and help shape the future of Nova Scotia active transportation network download B-Line mobility tracker on your mobile device