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writes about the New York City Council’s new 311 calls and requests map. The map is one of many that provides visualized data “to make district information more easily accessible to lawmakers, advocates and the broader public.” The 311 calls map allows the viewer to see how many calls to 311 in the last month were for common complaints. No surprise, noise is a top complaint, so much so that they offer three categories–noise, noise–residential, and noise-commercial–to further categorize the complaint., Civicist,
This data project is a good step towards allowing easy access to important information. Armed with the data, maybe government can finally do something about the most common complaint.
Originally posted at Silencity.com.