Municipalities can view, process and, where appropriate, contact citizens who have submitted a report. The local coordinators can ask questions about the reports submitted or even simply thank cyclists for their reports. Given that only registered participants are able to submit notifications, the process is not anonymous. This helps to keep ‘hoax’ reports to a minimum.
When a cyclist submits a report, email notification will automatically be sent to the responsible municipality. And the cyclist who submitted the report in turn also receives confirmation of this. Cyclists are always kept up to date on the status of the report(s) they have submitted: whenever the processing status is changed (e.g. to “In progress”), RADar! will automatically send notification to the cyclist who submitted the report.
Municipalities are also able to create their own notifications in order to use RADar! as an information portal for (planned) cycling measures and to inform local citizens of the latest progress in sustainable mobility.
Do you want the responsible authority in your municipality to automatically be informed of a specific type of report? With RADar!, this is absolutely no problem! Please see below for an overview of the main features of RADar!