Jurisdictions should deploy new federal dollars strategically to achieve broad, long-term impacts – not just spend dollars on a to-do list of projects. The severity of what households and businesses have endured over the past year calls for something larger than business-as-usual. And this kind of strategic decision making should be guided by relevant data about the nature of the places in which we all live.
Data from the CDC on the percentage of people vaccinated, as well as the number of doses delivered, is now on available on PolicyMap. This data is updated weekly and, when used in relation to other data on PolicyMap regarding vulnerable populations, can help policymakers as they continually evaluate their distribution strategies.
Bus and rail lines, stations, and stops are now available on PolicyMap. Overlay these lines and station stops on top of any data in PolicyMap to visualize transit availability in neighborhoods across the US. These new overlays are accessible within the Standard Base Map Settings.
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PolicyMap CEO and Founder Maggie McCullough talks with TechEnabled John Bailey on how PolicyMap and geographic data enable government leaders to deploy resources strategically. Listen here
PolicyMap Chief Data Officer Elizabeth Nash joins the Aspen Tech Policy Hub Tech Executive Leadership Initiative to learn how to serve and support the U.S. government through tech and innovation. Learn more.