Los Angeles city controller updates online property map to boost housing, economy
Los Angeles isn't making the most of its nearly 14,000 government-owned properties. City Controller Ron Galperin wants to do something about it.
North Carolina opens virtual exploration with help from Google's 360-degree backpack cameras
The North Carolina Department of Information Technology is using Google's Trekker program to preserve 360-degree journeys through cultural, natural and historical landmarks.
How to build a successful 3D Elevation Program partnership in your state
Commentary: An Alaska-based spatial analyst with The Nature Conservancy shares his formula for leading a successful mapping project through a lesser-known federal program.
Map helps states spot hard-to-count districts for 2020 census
A new tool is hoped to avoid undercounts that can leave some regions at risk of political and financial misrepresentation.
In Pittsburgh, a real-time 3-D modeling startup and the sewer authority have something in common
From a bridge and tree inventory to building renovations, the city is using its latest startup cohort to ride the coattails of a growing tech economy.
Pittsburgh Burgh’s Eye View maps police arrests, service request, building violations
Pittsburgh's new digital map offers a window into city neighborhoods with open data.
Utah agencies form high-res mapping partnership
Information sharing between agencies could lead to better mapping imagery in the Beehive State after the formation of a Mapping and Information Partnership.