Launched in mid-April, is a mobile-friendly website to help Pittsburgh-area residents figure out which times are best for visiting a store and what items are in-stock/out-of-stock.

The site has received up to 750 page views a day with an average of 179 views per day. In addition to store crowding levels, the site reports on user-contributed availability data for 68 items in 244 locations in the Greater Pittsburgh area.

The project is a joint effort by Kristi Bushman and Alex Labrinidis (CS), Konstantinos Pelechrinis (DINS), Sera Linardi and Robizon Khubulashvili (GSPIA) and Mallory Avery (Dietrich School of Arts and Sciences).

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