ArtsEngine is pleased to congratulate the winners of our 42 Hours of Re_Creativity makeathon on the theme of Transportation Solutions: Getting Here, Going There!
Team Concrete Designers, for their community transportation problem-solving game, and their innovative use of found materials in locally produced pavers.
Third Place (tie):
Team Arch City, for their neighborhood pedestrian modular malls, designed to address the “Last Mile” problem.
Team MBM, for their on-demand tracked bicycle system, designed to address connections between North and Central campus, lower demand on buses, and overcome the “bikes in the wrong place” problem.
Team Vibranium, for their ideas to improve the environment on buses to improve mental health and “mindedness” for student travelers.
Teams were also eligible for an additional award from our partnership with the U-M Poverty Solutions initiative, focusing on projects that addresses economic mobility or solutions that were focused toward underserved populations.
Team Michigan Synthetic Biology, for their animation addressing the “Last Mile” problem, especially as it relates to rural communities.
Team Arch City
Team Concrete Designers
The recognized U-M Poverty Solutions team projects were exhibited at the Road Out of Poverty: A Transportation and Mobility Symposium, held on March 15 at the Michigan League.
For full information on this event, and other ArtsEngine initiatives and programs, click HERE.