Localities are using maps to visualize hazards, process damage imagery and crowdsource flood information.
A data-collection partnership will identify service shortcomings.
COMMENTARY | Montgomery County's maps are expected to guide recommendations to improve cycling in the area. Planners evaluated 3,500 miles of roads and reached out to a diverse group of residents for input.
First responders will be able to find callers faster.
The city's guide currently includes 120 locations and is still a work in progress.
Setting priorities is hindered by the lack of systematic information available on the nation’s inventory of infrastructure assets, their location and condition.
The company hopes it will play a part in reducing opioid use.
Bipartisan legislation would create a four-year pilot project within the Federal Emergency Management Agency.
The winning initiatives leverage high-speed internet along with everything from virtual reality to GIS to better local education and workforce opportunities.
Exploring U.S. geography through a jigsaw puzzle of community snapshots.
Heavy rain is expected to fall on areas burned by recent wildfires, increasing the risk for deadly mudslides and destructive debris flows.
Keeping track of a state transportation department’s infrastructure, including where it’s located, has never been easier.
Apps like Waze, Google Maps, and Apple Maps may make traffic conditions worse in some areas, new research suggests.
Digitizing curbs is “something that has benefit today, benefit in the future, and doesn’t require so much investment from cities that they can’t do it today.”
The waiting game continues at the Rattlesnake Hills where the ground recently “changed its behavior.”
With heavy rain predicted in some areas, this U.S. Geological Survey tool shows where the hazards of highest concern are located.
Before citizens can help the city keep fire hydrants and catch basins clear of snow, they first need to know where they’re located.
We have a big country to cover. Take a look at what we wrote about this past year via our interactive map.
There’s a Jan. 15 deadline for localities to update their residential address lists for the U.S. Census Bureau.
As opioid overdoses spiral, first responders and public health agencies are adopting a smartphone application that tracks both deaths and rescues as they happen.
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