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Proposed Walkability Preference Analysis


Proposed Walkability Preference Feedback Survey: Please submit feedback on the proposed walkability preference HERE .


The following resources were produced by DME to help analyze the potential impacts of the proposed walkability preference. 

Interactive Map - PK3-5 Students with Walkable PCS Living Beyond 1/2 mile from In Boundary DCPS ES, SY2015-16

On this map, users can view areas of the city where PK3-5 students enrolled in public schools in SY15-16 would have been eligible for the proposed walkability preference if all public charter elementary schools had opted in.

The map includes the following features:

  • SY15-16 public elementary schools (interactive)
  • SY15-16 DCPS elementary school boundaries
  • A heatmap of SY15-16 students who would have been eligible for a walkability preference, if all charters had opted in. The purple shading indicates where eligible elementary students lived as of SY2015-16. The darker the shading, the more students would have been eligible.
  • A DC reference basemap; zooming in allows users to view particular neighborhoods, schools, and streets.

Interactive Map - PK3-5 Students with Walkable PCS Living Beyond 1/2 mile from In Boundary DCPS Elementary School, School Year 2015-16

 

 

 

 

 

 

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