Transportation networks move us around our communities. They get us to our place of employment, to our homes, to our friends, and to our families. Transportation networks can also be a form of recreation in themselves—trails and sidewalks give us space to bike, walk, and run.
The Transportation Section measures our transportation network, how we get to work, and the availability of vehicles and alternative transportation for residents.
Use the tabs in the visualization below to view selected transportation indicators. See the instructions below the visualization for additional guidance.
Interacting with the dashboards:
- Hover your mouse over a feature to get summary data
- Left-click or drag across the map or chart to select and isolate only those communities of interest. Click again on the feature to restore the map or chart. Those selections will affect all other charts and maps on the page.
- Click in a chart legend to select and isolate a category. Click again on the legend entry to restore the chart. Those selections will affect all other charts and maps on the page.
- Sort the charts by hovering over the top of a chart until you see a . Use the drop-down arrow to see available sort options.
At the very bottom of each dashboard is a toolbar:
Undo/Redo/Reset any changes made by interacting with the dashboard
Share a link to the current dashboard
Download the dashboard to a variety of formats
View the dashboard in full-screen mode
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