Pittsburgh’s CMU will help map ‘livehoods’ of Tampa neighborhood

Researchers at Carnegie Mellon University will collaborate with the InVision Tampa team to track the digital footprint of residents in the Nebraska and Hillsborough Corridors planning project.
“Livehoods” is a mapping system to show a new kind of boundary based solely on use. This will be the first demonstration of the methodology in a master planning process and will provide valuable lessons for planners and redevelopment strategists.