Tools & Resources

Tools & Resources

Green Infrastructure Toolkit
Our Green Infrastructure (GI) Toolkit aims to lessen the burden of creating or maintaining effective green infrastructure initiatives in Central Ohio communities through the sharing of best practices.
Greenway Trails
These data show existing and proposed trails that are part of the recognized greenways trails system.
Greenways Trailheads
These data show where someone can park a vehicle to access the trails.
ITS Architecture
Intelligent Transportation Systems (ITS) refers to an assortment of technologies, system infrastructure, and transportation management concepts such as coordinated signal systems, dynamic message signs, ramp meter signals on the freeway, CCTV traffic cameras, and transit related systems.
Land Use Estimates and Forecasts 2015-2050 Web Map
This interactive map shows existing and future land use; as well as population, household and job estimates and forecasts, in support of the 2016 – 2040 Metropolitan Transportation Plan.
Mid-State Freight Tool
The Central Ohio region holds an important place in national freight movements thanks to its multimodal transportation assets. This map explores various freight-related infrastructure, system performance, trends, and more.
Parking Inventory
This geodatabase contains the following parking items: On-Street Meters (provided by City of Columbus), On-Street Non-Metered, a Traffic Analysis Zone Boundary (provided by MORPC), and Parking Facilities.
Sidewalks
This sidewalk dataset is a comprehensive transportation network of over 221,000 features representing existing sidewalks, existing crosswalks (marked/unmarked), and sidewalk gaps and matches the cardinality of unique Location-Based Reference System (LBRS) road centerline databases for Franklin, Delaware, Fairfield, and Licking counties.
Top 100 Regional High Crash Intersections (2014-2016) Web Map
On an annual basis, MORPC analyzes non-freeway related crashes to identify high-crash locations within our Metropolitan Planning Area. This results in a Top 100 High-Crash Locations list shown on this map.
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