The GTT GIS map has compiled a large number of layers related to GTT’s priorities of racial equity, emissions reduction, and accessibility and safety. The map can be used to explore data spatially to help identify future areas for transit and safety and investments. The GTT GIS map provides an intersectional understanding of how city layouts impact people’s surroundings and how infrastructure impacts life conditions.
Click on this link to access the GTT GIS map.
If you want to learn more about the GIS Map, watch GTT’s and Neighbors for Clean Air’s “Urban Mapping and Climate: Tools That Shape Our Lives” webinar on data communication tools with honored speakers Professor Vivek Shandas and Andrew Oliver, creator of the GTT GIS map. The webinar focuses on the importance of urban and environmental mapping tools in storytelling. With so many digital tools available, it can be difficult to understand what information is important.
Click on this link to access the Urban Mapping and Climate webinar