Forget red state versus blue state: a new data analysis and mapping project by The New York Times shows that the political divides in the country can be mapped to the neighborhood level within metropolitan areas.
The New York Times
A new online interactive mapping tool illustrates just how much developable land is devoted to one for of residential housing in the state of Connecticut.
There's a new chapter, and maybe an end, for the "Great Subway Map Debate."
A new layer showing the seven-day average of confirmed COVID-19 cases started rolling out to Android and iPhones last week.
In the Philadelphia region, residents of wealthier neighborhoods will be more likely to work from home in the future, thus altering travel patterns and transit usage, according to a new mapping project powered by artificial intelligence (AI).
Smart Cities Dive
Harvard University's Global Health Insititute and Edmond J. Safra Center for Ethics have launched a new online tool for planners, policy makers, and the public to determine the severity of the coronavirus outbreak in one's county and state.
Edmond J. Safra Center for Ethics
Neighborhoods don't get the same official boundaries as cities, counties, states, and countries. So how do we know where one neighborhood ends and another begins?
A new report estimates the cost of inaccurate maps for delivery companies in the billions of dollars.
Smart Cities Dive
The McHarg Center's "The 2100 Project: An Atlas for the Green New Deal" provides a series of maps an infographics to illustrate the way the United States uses land.
There's a map of Boston that points out all the best sledding spots. It seems like there are millions of kids living in other parts around the country that could benefit from a sledding map of their hometown.
The Boston Globe
Meet the Ugly Gerry font.
Under the transit tab on Google Maps, users will now be able to incorporate trips that start on a bike but end on a bus, train, or other mode of transport.
Transit is getting a new look.
The Sewerage & Water Board of New Orleans has launched its first public dashboards to track its operations and initiatives.
Sewage and Water Board of New Orleans
Mahbubur Meenar of Rowan University writes about a recent article he co-authored in the Journal of Planning Education and Research
Humans can't always hear the sound, but there is plenty of noise in what we think of quiet corners of the United States.
There's plenty of vacant or underutilized land to be found in Miami-Dade County, if you know where and how to look.
Facebook expects to release its worldwide maps of human density in the coming months—potential applications will likely be somewhere on the spectrum between humanitarian and commercial.
A Planetizen editor failed this quiz.
Have you ever flown over a city and imagined all the subway lines running beneath the surface?