The map displays Long Island’s latest land use patterns on a property-by-property basis, small-area population and housing statistics from the Census Bureau, a district-by-district analysis of educational data, special...
The National TOD Database is a project of the Center for Transit-Oriented Development.
NYCommons.org helps New Yorkers impact decisions about public land and buildings in their neighborhoods.
This tool allows users to visualize community-level impacts from coastal flooding or sea level rise and provides easy access to inundation and elevation data via NOAA’s Digital Coast.
This matrix helps coastal management communities compare web-based sea level rise and coastal flood risk tools available for their state.
An interactive sea level rise viewer designed to give South Floridians a better understanding of how sea level rise might impact their neighborhoods.
The online Smart Growth & Livability Calculator prototype is designed to help practitioners and researchers meet a variety of planning and design challenges related to corridors, station areas, and complete streets, climate...
The Smart Location Database is a nationwide geographic data resource for measuring location efficiency.
Social Explorer includes the entire US Census (1790 to 2010) and the American Community Survey (2005 to 2015).
The TOD readiness tool evaluates the degree to which an existing or potential transit station area is “ready” for TOD.