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Bike Sharing Stations

Called CoGo, Columbus' bike share has been expanding since 2013, today boasting 41 stations and 365 bikes. Use this map to see which stations are the most popular!

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Central Ohio Air Quality

Heading out for a jog or bike ride today? Be sure to check the air quality index for the region, a measure which can impact athletic performance and expose your body to unnecessary risk.

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Home Ownership

Homeownership rates are one way to measure "stability" in neighborhoods, but what else do they indicate? Use this map to quickly see where rates are high and low in Central Ohio.

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COTA Ridership

This map shows the top COTA stops by total passengers that get on or off at the stop. Multiple routes at the same stop produce discrete visualizations indicating number of passengers.

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Watersheds

Central Ohio has a few important waterways: Big Walnut Creek, Big Darby Creek, and Alum Creek are all part of the Ohio River Watershed. Learn more in this watershed map!

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Ethnic Dot Density

Like all communities in the U.S., Central Ohio has racially segregated neighborhoods. Discover what separates different ethnic groups in the region with the dot density map.

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Sidewalk Inventory

About 50%-60% of the City does not contain curbs and/or sidewalks. Many sidewalk gaps exist within sections of the City that were originally townships, later annexed into the city.

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Sewer Overflow Discharges

Like over 450 other cities in the U.S., Columbus has a Combined Sewer Overflow system, leading to occasional backups that end up in our waterways. Use our map to check out where these might occur.

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Franklin County Demographics

Use this map and filter combination to discover intriguing facts. For example, what census tracts in Franklin County have 80%-90% owner-occupied housing units?

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Bike Paths in Central Ohio

Conquer Central Ohio's flat terrain with miles of paved multi-use paths snaking around river bends and leading through historic urban neighborhoods. This map will help you plan your next route!

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Water Pollution

The NPDES program addresses pollution by regulating point sources that discharge pollutants into water. Created in 1972, the program allows the public to see where waterways may receive contaminants.

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Columbus Gas Prices

If you're heading out of town for a weekend trip, try stopping off at one of the region's cheapest gas stations! Use our map to analyze gas price trends over time and see what areas offer the best deal.

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OSU Campus Transportation

With our own free bus systems -- CABS (Campus Area Bus System) -- the Ohio State campus area is one of the most multi-modal in the Midwest. Walking, bicycling, and public transit are key.

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Columbus Trees

This Map shows the trees managed by the City of Columbus. Trees provide important environmental services including carbon sequestration, shade, and water retention.

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CBUS 311

The City of Columbus closely tracks property code violation reports through its 3-1-1 system. Use this map to learn which violations predominate in certain geographic regions!

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