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Voting is held in the “Active Citizen” project.
The project “Active Citizen” opened new vote, whose participants will choose topics of lectures for the “Night at the Museum” “House on Brestskaya”… Specialists are developing a program for adults and children.
The House on Brestskaya hosts exhibitions, forums, seminars, master classes and other events with the participation of experts in the field of urban planning. On them, everyone can learn how cities are designed and built, according to what principles they develop, how they preserve historical buildings and many other interesting facts from the field of architecture.
“The voting participants of the“ Active Citizen ”project were presented with the following topics of lectures for the“ Night of Museums ”campaign:“ Design code of the city ”; “Districts of Moscow”, “Landscape solutions and improvement”, “Objects of restoration”. You can also offer your own version “, – said the head Department of urban planning policy of the city of Moscow Sergey Levkin.
“House on Brestskaya” is a modern platform for demonstrating the results of the work of the Moscow Construction Complex. Here you can take a virtual trip through the streets of Moscow, being in the hall with an interactive map.
Project for online voting on urban development issues “Active citizen” appeared in 2014. More than 4.8 million people have joined him, almost two million of which in 2020. Participants determine which streets, courtyards and park areas need to be improved, how city clinics, libraries, multifunctional centers should operate, and also choose events for festivals and celebrations. Muscovites have already taken part in more than 4.8 thousand votes, more than 153 million opinions have been collected.
The decisions taken by the majority of votes are necessarily implemented in the city. What has changed or appeared thanks to them, you can look at online map – more than 1.6 thousand objects have already been applied there.
In the heading “Pulse of the Capital”, the changes that have taken place in Moscow can be assessed in a game format. For example, using either emoticons or emoji to vote for new trains in the subway, the convenience of paying for housing and communal services, and much more. Also at the end of last year, it became possible to send the points accumulated in the project to charity.
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