OpenStreetMap US

Spatial Equity NYC documents inequities in the ways that public space—including streets, sidewalks, and greenspaces—is designed, distributed, and accessed through an interactive, web-based tool. In this session, we would like to demo this tool, invite feedback, and discuss our work, more broadly, to make open data accessible to cities and policymakers through the co-design of tools to inform decision-making around equity.


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