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The Development Of An Electronic Data Collection Tool And Comparison Of The Electronic And Manual Methods Of Land Use Inventory, Wesley M. Catanzaro Jun 2013

The Development Of An Electronic Data Collection Tool And Comparison Of The Electronic And Manual Methods Of Land Use Inventory, Wesley M. Catanzaro

Master's Theses and Project Reports

An important component of Planning Information Systems for municipal planning agencies is a comprehensive land use inventory that provides information on the location, distribution, and intensity of land uses throughout a community. This data is a necessary prerequisite for the informed creation of planning documents such as General Plans, Specific Plans, Housing Inventories, and Climate Action Plans. Beyond location, distribution and intensity of land uses, planners may also wish to incorporate additional information at the parcel level, such as the number of housing or commercial units, building condition, and/or access and connectivity to adjacent streets. Because some of this ...


Michelle Thompson, Assistant Professor Of Planning And Urban Studies, Was Included In The Times-Picayune Story “Make It Right, A Drag On New Orleans? The New Republic Says So”, Michelle Thompson Mar 2013

Michelle Thompson, Assistant Professor Of Planning And Urban Studies, Was Included In The Times-Picayune Story “Make It Right, A Drag On New Orleans? The New Republic Says So”, Michelle Thompson

Michelle M. Thompson

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Michelle Thompson, Assistant Professor Of Planning And Urban Studies, Was Quoted In The New Republic Story “If You Rebuild It, They Might Not Come.”, Michelle Thompson Mar 2013

Michelle Thompson, Assistant Professor Of Planning And Urban Studies, Was Quoted In The New Republic Story “If You Rebuild It, They Might Not Come.”, Michelle Thompson

Michelle M. Thompson

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Whodata.Org 2012 Newsletter, Michelle M. Thompson, Darin Acosta, Alena A. Anderson, Brittany N. Arceneaux, Josh Baer, Brian J. Baldwin, Carl Seifert, Chandra Teddleton Feb 2013

Whodata.Org 2012 Newsletter, Michelle M. Thompson, Darin Acosta, Alena A. Anderson, Brittany N. Arceneaux, Josh Baer, Brian J. Baldwin, Carl Seifert, Chandra Teddleton

Dr. Michelle M. Thompson, GISP, FRGS

WhoData.org, a community-focused public participation geographic information project, aims to share data that academic, public, private and non-profit organizations can use to assess, monitor and manage quality of life issues. WhoData empowers resident-led, non-profit or communityfocused groups, primarily in New Orleans, with training and resources to map and analyze data they collect on neighborhood conditions and trends. The community data information system, www.whodata.org, houses the results of property condition surveys. Residents are able to highlight priority properties that reflect indicators of blight, create customized maps and export property lists to share with the public and municipal leaders ...


Development Of Mobile Mapping Technology To Facilitate Dialogue Between Transportation Agencies And The Public, Ken Kato, Marc Schlossberg, James Meacham Feb 2013

Development Of Mobile Mapping Technology To Facilitate Dialogue Between Transportation Agencies And The Public, Ken Kato, Marc Schlossberg, James Meacham

TREC Final Reports

The goal of this grant was to take the technological innovations for deploying survey instruments to mobile phones, developed under a previous OTREC grant, and publish them as globally accessible mobile applications (apps) for use in a variety of transportation planning settings. Under this grant, three applications have been developed for three distinctly different user groups. The first, JLA Involve, was developed and deployed for JLA, a Portland, OR.-based public involvement firm, to support their work with the City of Tualatin, OR., in updating their Transportation System Plan (TSP). The second was developed and deployed for the City of ...


Michelle Thompson, Assistant Professor Of Planning And Urban Studies, Was Quoted In The New Orleans City Business Article “City Seeks To Upgrade Online Access For Residents, Businesses.”, Michelle Thompson Jan 2013

Michelle Thompson, Assistant Professor Of Planning And Urban Studies, Was Quoted In The New Orleans City Business Article “City Seeks To Upgrade Online Access For Residents, Businesses.”, Michelle Thompson

Michelle M. Thompson

No abstract provided.