MAP: Passenger rail stations with 1/4 and 1/2 mile radii, overlaid on zoning districts

As Philadelphia City Council deliberates over downzoning legislation, many cities across the US and internationally are taking drastic measures to increase access to transportation by encouraging Transit-Oriented Development. After the jump, check out Philadelphia's robust passenger rail network compared to our single-family-dominated zoning districts.

MAP: Non-Car Commute Mode Share (2016)

Mapping percent of non-car commute mode share by census tract, based on 2017 census estimates. Spoiler alert: the vast majority of residents in Greater Center City do not drive to work. Statistics by council district after the jump: Continue reading

MAP: Inclusionary Zoning-eligible property

Inclusionary zoning bonuses provide housing incentives to developers, in exchange for including affordable housing considerations in their development. Eligible properties are limited by zoning classifications, and only apply to parcels where multiple units (e.g. apartments) are permitted. Continue reading

MAP: No-Car Households By Census Tract

Census data for car-free and car-light households in Philadelphia. Continue reading

MAP: No-Car Households By Council District

Mapping access to a vehicle by household, by Council Districts, based on 2017 census estimates. Key insights after the jump: Continue reading

MAP: Philadelphia Zoning Districts (Toggle-able!)

Clickable, zoomable, filterable map of all Philadelphia base zoning districts. Key insights after the jump: Continue reading

MAP: Zoning in Philadelphia's Opportunity Zones

Zoning classifications for all parcels within Philadelphia's Opportunity Zones.   Key insights after the jump: Continue reading

MAP: Pedestrian Crash Hot Spots 2007-2017

This crash map depicts pedestrian-involved accidents on Philadelphia's roadways, including state routes, from 2007 through 2017. In that 11-year period there were over 18,000 reported incidents, including 373 fatalities. Those figures for 2017 were 1,542 and 37, respectively. Continue reading