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CaBi Hack Night is a show & tell of apps and data visualizations about Capital Bikeshare ( Read about CaBi Hack Night I ( and CaBi Hack Night II ( to get an idea of how it works. Got a cool CaBi project? We'd love to see it!

Doors open at 6:00, with food courtesy of our sponsor Twilio ( The presentations start at 6:30. Note our location this month is in DC, at WeWork's beautiful space at the Wonder Bread Factory ( Thank you WeWork ( for hosting us!

Our awesome speakers are:

• Colin Hughes of the Institute for Transportation and Development Policy ( will talk about planning principles for bikeshare systems.

• Trevor Gerhardt will show us a dcjs data explorer ( for CaBi.

• Mathias Hansen ( will show us how he visualizes an individual's trip histories with his Trip statistics app.

• Paul DeMaio (, program manager of Arlington's CaBi service, will share a study on CaBi’s first-mile/last-mile ridership.

• Zach Rausnitz will show us Bikeshare IQ (

• Matt Conway ( will present research on how bikeshare station popularity is connected to the stations' accessibility to residences, jobs, and neighborhood amenities.

• Sam Estabrook and Erik Hovland of GMU will present an analysis of CaBi station management using historical data and open source applications.

• Steven Fleming ( has a project that gives you bike directions for using CaBi, letting you select the docks you want to use along the way.

As always, stay tuned to @techiesdc ( for updates. Our hashtag is #cabihacknight (