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||Traffic Control Signal Locations in San Francisco (Zipped Shapefile Format)||1,122 views||
||Private Schools (Points)||783 views||
||Historical Zoning Districts - March 2005||217 views||
Green Roofs in San Francisco
This layer is the data feeding into the San Francisco Green Roofs web map. This map and further information about green roofs in San Francisco can be found at the Planning Department's Green Roofs website: http://www.sf-planning.org/index.aspx?page=3839. If you know of any other green roofs in San Francisco please contact Andrew Perry (Andrew.Perry@sfgov.org) and he will add it to the map.
Green Benefit Districts
Boundaries of the SF Green Benefit Districts. Data are in a zipped GIS shapefile format. The Green Benefit District program seeks to improve the quality of the public realm – the City’s streets, sidewalks, parks and open spaces – within residential and mixed-use neighborhoods.
A Green Benefit District provides additional maintenance and capital improvements to parks, sidewalks and open spaces within a designated area, in addition to the City’s existing level of baseline services. The services, improvements and administration of Green Benefit Districts are governed by an independent property owners nonprofit association, representative of the neighborhood.
More information: http://sfdpw.org/green-benefit-districts
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Vehicle Miles Traveled Estimates from SF-CHAMP – 2012
This dataset was provided to the San Francisco Planning Department from the San Francisco County Transportation Authority (Transportation Authority) in March 2016. The Transportation Authority uses the San Francisco Chained Activity Model Process (SF-CHAMP) to estimate vehicle miles traveled (VMT) by private automobiles and taxis for different land use types. Travel behavior in SF-CHAMP is calibrated based on observed behavior from the California Household Travel Survey 2010-2012, Census data regarding automobile ownership rates and county-to-county worker flows, and observed vehicle counts and transit boardings. SF-CHAMP uses a synthetic population, which is a set of individual actors that represents the Bay Area’s actual population, who make simulated travel decisions for a complete day.
VMT estimates are provided for existing (2012) and future (2040) for three land use types: office, residential, and retail. For these estimates, Transportation Authority used tour-based analysis for office and residential uses and a trip-based analysis for retail uses. The aforementioned VMT estimates are provided for each transportation analysis zone within San Francisco and compared to regional averages.
Refer to March 3, 2016 San Francisco Planning Commission Transportation Sustainability Program staff report for further details.
The data is in a zipped file geodatabase (GIS) format. Geographic boundaries are Traffic Analysis Zones (TAZ's).
||Historic Zoning Districts - 2000||21 views||
||Historic Special Use Districts - 2010||22 views||
||Historic Zoning Districts - 2005||19 views||