From data visualization tools to community best practices, this is a good place to dump cool websites that might be useful to you!
The Institute for Transportation & Development Policy: Indicators for Sustainable Mobility
A tool for cities to effectively develop sustainable transportation policies.
In the United States, transportation accounts for nearly 30 percent of all greenhouse gas emissions. As cities attempt to become more sustainable, it is imperative that they curb those emissions.
Go to the Tool
The National Association of City Transportation Officials has developed SharedStreets, a standard focused on street-level information, allowing cities and companies to share data compatible with both proprietary and open-source basemaps.
Go to SharedStreets
City of Los Angles Mobility Data Specification
Focused specifically on ride share operators, bike share and scooter share companies, the City of Los Angeles' Mobility Data Specification is designed to make it easier for cities to ingest and analyze various sources of information.
Go to the Mobility Data Specification
Texas A&M Transportation Institute Urban Mobility Scorecard
Provides a comprehensive analysis of traffic conditions in 471 urban areas across the United States. According to this report, the yearly delay per auto commuter in Dallas-Fort Worth- Arlington Metroplex is 53 hours(11 more hours than the average American) and costs the average driver an extra $1,185 annually.
See the Scorecard
United Way of Tarrant County Community Assessment Report
The United Way of Tarrant County has published its 2018-2019 Community Assessment Report. In this report, the top identified issues facing our region are:
If you would like to read the entire report or learn more about their findings, please click on the attachment.
PO Box 470474Fort Worth, TX 76147