A modern approach to data collection, powered by geographic information system technology, helped Los Angeles County better track its homeless population.
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Geographic information system (GIS) technology is an invaluable tool for state and local traffic and emergency management.
Maps and GIS analysis helped transportation planners and engineers in Louisville prioritize roadway safety improvement projects by identifying high-risk corridors and vulnerabilities in communities.
Using location intelligence, policymakers can see where current electric vehicle (EV) owners live, where charging stations currently exist and where to locate more chargers to promote EV growth.
As part of a multi-year internet expansion plan, Los Angeles County used geographic information system (GIS) technology to identify communities in need of better internet access. The maps showed a stark and urgent need to address racial and economic disparities.
Tippecanoe County, Indiana used GIS technology to improve transparency with the community about property value assessments, increasing government revenue
Leaders for the town of Normal, Illinois are finding power in maps and dashboards to track planned infrastructure projects and share transparently with the public where and how community spending is applied.
A rural Pennsylvania community expanded broadband internet services using GIS.
Charlotte, North Carolina’s public water and wastewater department created an intelligent utility system with GIS technology.
At the center of the new Climate Mapping for Resilience and Adaptation portal is a tool that features data relevant to making decisions and projections about climate conditions that can be searched by address to help communities adapt.