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  • Achieving Vision Zero, Reducing Traffic Fatalities Using Smart Data and Analytics

    Durham, NC, USA

    The City of Durham has made significant progress towards its Vision Zero goal - eliminating all traffic fatalities and serious injuries - by quantifying the impact of the built environment on road safety using State of Place.

    Public Private Partnership
    Transportation Department & Innovation Department
  • Baltimore, MD experiences decrease in crime with an increase in trees

    Baltimore, MD, USA

    Researchers from the US Forest Service used public data about Baltimore crime, aggregated through SpotCrime’s website, to identify that areas with increased tree canopies had lower crime rates. The research was provided to the Cit...

    Public Private Partnership
    Baltimore City, Baltimore County Police, Landscape and Urban Planning
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    City of San Diego Enhances Community Plan Updates with Planning Software

    San Diego, CA, USA

    With 52 community planning areas, the City of San Diego typically has 5-7 community plan updates in progress at any given time. The City’s Planning Department is using UrbanFootprint to help improve and cost-efficiently manage the...

    General Fund/Existing Public Funds
  • San Jose Environmental Innovation Center

    San Jose, CA, USA

    San José Environmental Innovation Center, built on a reclaimed brownfield, includes field and real-world scale demonstration access for entrepreneurs building smart and sustainable city solutions.

    General Fund/Existing Public Funds
    Public Private Partnership
    Federal grants
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    Environmental Services Department