Category Archives: Statistic

News Update!

Latest News: Mobility Plan 2035 was Adopted! On January 20, 2016, City Council adopted the amended Mobility Plan 2035! Thank you again to everyone who has supported the plan for the past months and years. Your support helped push this … Continue reading

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Safety & Collisions

As part of our on-going Maps and Data series we want to tackle the issues of collisions and roadway safety. Thanks to work done by the Safe Transportation Research and Education Center (SafeTREC) at the University of California, Berkeley, using data provided by … Continue reading

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A Killer Commute?

Take a look at this fascinating infographic by College@Home that describes the impact our commutes have on our mental and physical health: As you can see, transportation and land use are inextricably linked to public health. With the new Mobility Plan, … Continue reading

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Commuter Mode Choice

Shown here on this series of maps is the mode share of commuters, by census tract, for public transit users, bicyclists, pedestrians, and automobile users. The maps show those census tracts that generate the largest share of trips for each … Continue reading

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GOOD Attacks! The Video

In December of last year, GOOD—our partner for LA/2B—organized a human infographic in downtown to “attack” traffic in Los Angeles. Here are the facts: 87% of Angelenos drive to work, while 11% use public transit and only 2% bike. Each … Continue reading

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