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Fix My Street now available as open data

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Fix My Street

Fix My Street is now freely available as open data on the Brussels regional internet portal opendatastore.brussels. All messages in Fix My Street can be consulted and downloaded under an open licence. In other words, app developers can integrate the data into their projects.

Fix My Street is an online and mobile platform developed by the BRIC for Brussels Mobility. This platform enables citizens and authorities to report incidents in public spaces (lighting, markings, street furniture, signs, damage, dirt, etc.) and to monitor the solution of the incident step by step.

Since 2016, the Brussels regional authorities have been pooling as much freely available data as possible on the internet portal www.opendatastore.brussels. The aim is to enable the general public, and in particular journalists, businesses and students, to make efficient use of the data. Since the launch of the open data website, a large amount of data has been made public, including the Brussels cultural agenda, the 3D map data and public expenditure.
Fix My Street is free and easy to download from the Apple Store and Google Play. There is also a web version of the app on www.fixmystreet.brussels.