The Washington, D.C. Department of Transportation (DDOT) launched an interactive dashboard called District Mobility that maps performance measures, such as public transportation ridership, average commuting time, and bike lane availability, for the D.C. transportation system. District Mobility uses data from a variety of sources including the Washington Metropolitan Area Transit Authority, the U.S. Census Bureau, and DDOT to create interactive maps of Washington, D.C. and the surrounding metro region. DDOT will use these visualizations to help address mobility issues within the transportation system such as reducing congestion, increasing reliability, and improving accessibility.
Mapping Mobility in the District of Columbia
Michael Steinberg is a Google policy fellow at the Center for Data Innovation, where he researches open data issues in government. He was previously an editorial fellow at GovLoop where he wrote content on modernizing government technologies. Prior to joining GovLoop, Michael was a research fellow at the Partnership for Public Service, a paralegal for an intellectual property law firm, and he held internships on Capitol Hill, at the National Archives, and in local government. Michael is a graduate of the University of Maryland in College Park, where he double majored in Government and Sociology. He is currently a second year Master’s of Public Policy student at George Washington University specializing in technology policy.
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