Transportation engineer, focused on sustainable modes of transport, especially the active modes. As OSM mapper, I try to help the community to provide as many public data as we can to the map, and I believe people in general should know and use this data to get their policies implemented.
In Brazil, we face a big challenge of not having the cycling infrastructure data openly available for our cities. We've developed the first cycling maps platform containing all Brazilian cities, leveraging the data and collaborativeness of OpenStreetMap (OSM). It's an open-source web application, free and accessible from computer or smartphone, aimed at both the average citizen who wants to know more about their city and researchers and policymakers that now have easy access to standardized data.