We find UrbanFootprint to be extremely helpful in the proposal process. With comprehensive data coverage, you can create insightful maps with very minimal effort. The client is always surprised to see that you have such detailed data before you even have a contract.
Alex Steinberger, Partner
Learn how Cascadia Partners uses UrbanFootprint to win more proposals, save time on existing conditions, and enhance their scenario planning analyses.
The City’s Planning Department continues to integrate the use of technology to help improve and cost-efficiently manage the land use analysis and scenario planning process required for each community plan update.
UrbanFootprint has the potential to incorporate technology into an innovative planning process to perform scenario planning analysis which can aid in further detailed urban design studies and visualizations.
Mike Hansen, Planning Department Director
UrbanFootprint supports three key aspects of our work: streamlining the proposal development process, collecting and presenting data during the existing conditions phase of a project, and facilitating scenario planning to better understand impacts and benefits.
Matt Raimi, Partner
With an unwavering commitment to creating healthy, equitable, and sustainable communities, Raimi + Associates’ work includes developing General and Comprehensive Plans; master plans for transit districts, corridors and neighborhoods; climate adaptation and resilience plans and healthy community plans.
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The Nature Conservancy
We worked closely with The Nature Conservancy to build and integrate The Nature Conservancy’s Conservation Module into UrbanFootprint. The Conservation Module was built to help planners and communities measure the impacts of proposed plans and policies across four key areas: water resources, habitat impacts, agriculture, and carbon sequestration and storage.
Onboarding UrbanFootprint vastly improved the data discovery and acquisition process for the PlaceWorks team, supporting easy and cost-effective acquisition of authoritative data and allowing the team to focus more on map creation, scenario modeling, and alternatives analysis.
City of Madison
The thriving City of Madison expects to see a 25% increase in population by 2040. As the city prepares its 2040 Comprehensive Plan update, the need for an enhanced public transit system via bus rapid transit (BRT) emerged as a key component in supporting a socially equitable future for a growing and increasingly diverse population.
DPZ is a world-renowned urban planning and design firm. Founded in 1980 by Andres Duany and Elizabeth Plater-Zyberk, two founding members of the Congress for New Urbanism, DPZ’s work is dedicated to creating environmentally resilient and economically thriving places. The DPZ team brings nearly 40 years of experience and expertise to planning projects at every level; from large-scale regional plans to the detailed nuances of regulatory zoning and code reform.
University of Michigan
The University of Michigan’s Taubman College of Architecture and Urban Planning houses top-tier programs in architecture, urban design, and urban planning. In keeping with the school’s high academic standards, Assistant Professor of Urban Planning Robert Goodspeed turned to UrbanFootprint to bring cutting-edge data science and planning technology into the classroom.
Association of Monterey Bay Area Governments
AMBAG joined UrbanFootprint’s free California Civic program this year to enhance the planning process for the upcoming Metropolitan Transportation Plan/Sustainable Communities Strategy (MTP/SCS).
Using UrbanFootprint has helped us go beyond general benefits and estimates to quantify specific predicted outcomes. We are now able to put numbers to solutions and project how each scenario will impact our efforts to increase transit ridership and reduce VMT.
Ben Zellers, Planner, Comprehensive Planning & Regional Cooperation, City of Madison