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- API data.smcgov.org | Last Updated 2018-06-06T20:41:11.000Z
Summary data of each city's contribution to reduction measures of greenhouse gas emissions in the County. Each city in San Mateo County has the opportunity to develop its own Climate Action Plan (CAP) using tools developed by C/CAG in conjunction with DNV KEMA https://www.dnvgl.com/ and Hara. http://www.verisae.com/default.aspx. This project was funded by grants from the Bay Area Air Quality Management District (BAAQMD) and Pacific Gas and Electric Company (PG&E). Climate Action Plans developed from these tools will meet BAAQMD's California Environmental Quality Act (CEQA) guidelines for a Qualified Greenhouse Gas Reduction Strategy. For more information, please see the RICAPS site: http://www.smcenergywatch.com/progress_report.html
- API data.smcgov.org | Last Updated 2018-01-26T17:18:05.000Z
Claimed energy efficiency by incentive total, kilowatts, kilowatt hours, and therms.
- API data.delaware.gov | Last Updated 2018-02-22T17:06:55.000Z
This represents public library cardholder physical book checkouts, electronic book checkouts, computer usage and WiFi usage.
- API data.delaware.gov | Last Updated 2018-08-03T18:52:18.000Z
Results of annual fish population surveys on Delaware's publicly-accessible freshwater ponds and lakes. Surveys can be affected by weather, access, and other factors and may not directly reflect fish populations. For interpretation and further research, please see reports from the Division of Fish and Wildlife.
- API data.delaware.gov | Last Updated 2018-08-03T18:47:43.000Z
A listing of properties protected and /or acquired under the Delaware Open Space Program.
- API data.delaware.gov | Last Updated 2018-11-20T20:45:11.000Z
Includes all data collected to date about non-tidal wetland condition in Delaware. Data is collected in the field using the Delaware Rapid Assessment Procedure (DERAP).
- API data.sfgov.org | Last Updated 2018-10-01T02:14:16.000Z
| A. PURPOSE | Location, cap color and other key attributes of parking meters in San Francisco for operational and planning purposes. Does not include operating schedules or rate schedules. | B. METHODOLOGY | Updated via the SFpark data warehouse (Parking Space Inventory) by meter shop staff, with manual updates sourced from SFMTA CAD drawings and MTAB resolutions. | C. UPDATE FREQUENCY | Updated weekly. | D. OTHER CRITICAL INFO | Meter operating and rate schedules are more complex and available as separate tables. Key field for joining is the Parking Space ID field. | E. ATTRIBUTES | POST_ID: Unique identifier of meter;MS_ID: Unique identifier of multi‐space meter paystation;MS_SPACEID: Space number for a space located at multi‐space meter;CAP_COLOR: Cap color describes the use and restrictions of the meter--Black - Motorcycle parking,Brown - Tour bus parking,Green - Short term parking,Grey - General metered parking,Purple - Boat trailer parking,Red - Six wheeled commercial vehicle parking,Yellow - Commercial vehicle parking;OLD_RATE_A: Hourly rate zone of the meter; some variations within each zone--Area 1 - Downtown primarily $3.50,Area 2 -Surrounding downtown primarily $3.00,Area 3 -Residential neighborhood primarily $2.00,Area 5 -SFpark area variable rates ranging from $0.25 to $6.00,MC1 -Motorcycle in Area 1 primarily $0.70,MC2 -Motorcycle in Area 2 primarily $0.60,MC3 -Motorcycle in Area 3 primarily $0.40,MC5 -Motorcycle in SFpark area variable rates ranging from $0.25 to $6.00,Port 1 -Port‐owned at Fisherman’s Wharf $2.50,Port 2 -Port‐owned at Fisherman’s Wharf $2.50,Port 3 -Port‐owned at North Embarcadero $2.00,Port 4 -Port‐owned at North Embarcadero $2.00,Port 5 -Port‐owned at Downtown $3.00,Port 6 -Port‐owned at Downtown $3.00,Port 7 -Port‐owned at Downtown $3.00,Port 8 -Port‐owned at Downtown $3.00,Port 9 -Port‐owned at South Embarcadero $1.00,Port 10 -Port‐owned at South Embarcadero $1.00,Port 11 -Port‐owned at South Embarcadero $1.00,Port 12 -Port‐owned at South Embarcadero $1.00,PortMC1 -Port‐owned motorcycle rate $0.25,PortMC2 -Port‐owned motorcycle rate at Ferry Building $0.50,Tour Bus - $9.00 for two hours;METER_TYPE: How many spaces the meter manages-SS - Single‐space,MS - Multi‐space;SENSOR_FLA: If there was an active occupancy sensor located at the space during the SFpark pilot (until Dec 2013)--N- No,Y - Yes;ON_OFF_STR: Whether the space is on the street or off‐street, e.g. metered parking lot--OFF Off‐street,ON On‐street;OSP_ID: Unique identifier of SFMTA‐owned off‐street parking space--Null - Meter located on‐street,890 - Pier 48 Lot,891 - Pier 52 Lot,892 - Pier 1/2 Motorcycle Lot,901 - 24th and Capp Lot,902 - California and Steiner Lot,903 - 8th and Clement Lot,904 - 9th and Clement Lot,905 - Castro Theater Lot,906 - 18th and Collingwood Lot,907 - Mission and Norton Lot,908 - 21st and Geary Lot,909 - 18th and Geary Lot,910 - 20th and Irving Lot,911 - 8th and Irving Lot,913 - 7th and Irving Lot,914 - Junipero Serra and Ocean Lot,915 - 19th and Ocean Lot,916 - Pierce Street Garage,918 - 24th and Noe Lot,919 - Felton and San Bruno Lot,920 - SF General Hospital Lot,922 - West Portal Lot,923 - Claremont and Ulloa Lot,924 - Phelan Loop Lot;JURISDICTI: Agency which manages the meter--PORT - Port of San Francisco,SFMTA - San Francisco Municipal Transportation Agency;PM_DISTRIC: Parking Management District ID;BLOCKFACE_: Blockface (side of street) ID;ACTIVE_MET: Status of meter--M - Active,T - Temporarily inactive;METER_VEND: Meter vendor;METER_MODE: Meter model;PARKING_SP: Parking Space ID, connected to the physical location rather than the meter;STREET_ID: Street ID;STREET_NUM: Approximate street number of the meter;STREETNAME: Name of the street the meter is located on;STREET_SEG: Unique identifier of street centerline segment where the meter is located;LAT: Latitude of the meter;LONG: Longitude of the meter
- API data.sfgov.org | Last Updated 2016-04-19T18:07:16.000Z
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 <a target='_blank' href='http://sf-planning.org/transportation-sustainability-program'>Transportation Sustainability Program</a> staff report for further details. The data is in a zipped file geodatabase (GIS) format. Geographic boundaries are Traffic Analysis Zones (TAZ's).
- API data.oregon.gov | Last Updated 2017-03-06T21:36:05.000Z
Data used to create map of libraries in Oregon.
- API data.oregon.gov | Last Updated 2018-03-08T18:01:01.000Z
Data used to create map of libraries in Oregon.