Aug 20, 2019

Coord product update: Analytics Dashboard

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Jacob Baskin

CTO & Co-Founder

When we launched Coord Analytics, we started with a map view to make it easy to see how regulations changed, street by street, at a particular time. Since then, we've heard from many of our users that they want to see more comprehensive statistics of a particular area, to give a complete picture of how curb space breaks down, perhaps in a neighborhood or surrounding a potential development site.

We’re excited to announce the newest feature in the Coord platform: our Analytics dashboard view. In addition to seeing how curb space breaks down at a particular moment in time, the dashboard view shows how regulations and even parking meter revenue change across a day and week. The dashboard view also shows assets and regulation data on the same page, making it easier to link together different types of curb data.

Watch the video on the new dashboard here:

 

The dashboard view is now live for all Coord users. Easily navigate from the main map screen at the top of the Coord Analytics tool.

Coord product update: Analytics Dashboard

 

To use the dashboard view, first create and save areas, which are polygons that can represent neighborhoods, business improvement districts, specific project areas, corridors, or more. Once you navigate to the dashboard for your selected area, you will see graphs that include:

  • Breakdown of curb space at a particular point in time, by regulation type, vehicle type, price, or duration;

  • Curb regulations by hour across the day;

  • Maximum achievable parking meter revenue by day-of-week and day part;

  • Asset lengths and counts.

 

Coord product update: Analytics Dashboard

 

In addition to areas, you can also view individual curbs across time. Each individual curb has the same dashboard as an area, plus our new curb "strip map" view that lets you see exactly how assets map to regulations across time and along the length of the curb. This view is particularly helpful when addressing individual constituent complaints or looking at how curbs could be adjusted to address mobility needs of the community. We bet you have never seen a more detailed view of curb regulations.

Coord product update: Analytics Dashboard

 

There are more exciting dashboard features yet to come. Coord is currently working with select partners on occupancy and turnover studies. As cities add more curb usage data like occupancy and turnover to our platform, the dashboard view will become even richer, giving a view of supply and demand together and providing even more tools to optimize and understand curb regulations.

We can't wait to hear what you think of the dashboard view! Want to analyze your city's curbs with Coord? Drop us a line at partners@coord.co.

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Jacob Baskin

CTO & Co-Founder

Jacob Baskin is Coord's co-founder and CTO. Before starting Coord, Jacob worked at Google, where he helped to build Doubleclick Ad Exchange, one of the Internet's largest advertising platforms. In his free time, Jacob enjoys playing bridge and walking around far-flung areas of New York City -- not just to look at the parking signs!