We are thrilled to announce the winners of Hack the Commute: Allie DeFord, Nicholas Bolten, Reagan Middlebrook, and Veronika Sipeeva, who together formed team Hackcessible.
The team worked with mentors from Seattle’s Department of Transportation and the University of Washington as they developed their project. Special thanks go to Dr. Anat Caspi of the Taskar Center for Accessible Technology and Dr. Alan Borning for their help.
To learn more about the team, their project, and last night’s championship round, check out this writeup in Geekwire or listen to this story on KUOW. Photos from the event are available here. You can also meet the team at the upcoming Civic Cocktail on May 6th.
Congratulations to Hackcessible, our other finalists, WorkOrbit and Slugg, and everyone who has been part of this community effort.