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Investigating large-scale transit and demographic data to evaluate the interconnections between access to transport and essential services
The Cascadia Law Initiative (CLI) is developing the legal background necessary to foster collaboration on urban analytics projects throughout the Cascadia Innovation Corridor.
Investigating the effects of neighborhood change on racial and socioeconomic differences in health, housing and migration through granular data
Starting in the DSSG program, a UW team examines the impacts of population growth, construction, access to resources and housing affordability in Seattle
The development of a linked data repository with public and private transportation data, protected by institutional governance at UW
Project at the UW Taskar Center for Accessible Technology to incorporate pedestrian ways, particularly sidewalks, into the open data transportation network
DSSG team at UW developed algorithms to quantify aggregated levels of vehicle traffic that are “cruising” for parking, or for-hire vehicles between customers
UBC students partnered with United Way - Avenues of Change to facilitate a data-driven approach to improving child readiness to enter Grade 1 in Guildford West, B.C.
DSSG team at UBC partnered with the Surrey Transportation Department, creating data visualization tools to analyze bus route performance and demographics
Analyzing electronic fare card data from seven Puget Sound transit agencies to examine transit activity at recently opened light rail stations and data collection bias
UBC fellows partnered with the City of Surrey to create an interactive economic profile of the city’s town centers using data analysis and visualization tools
Summer team at UBC gathered data on tourist activity in British Columbia to create a ranking system that supports planning and development of destinations