Neighborhood Boundaries Release 1.11.1
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This week we released the latest version (1.11.1) of our market-leading Neighborhood Boundaries product, which now includes over 120,000 neighborhoods in the U.S. and Canada. With the enhancements in this release, we continue to expand coverage and respond quickly to customer input to ensure our data is as useful as possible. Here are some highpoints:
- Coverage of locally-sourced neighborhoods has increased by over 10,000 polygons with coverage expansion in more than seventy new cities, including Broomfield, CO, Rocklin, CA, Blue Springs, MO and Prince George, BC. As of this release, coverage in North America includes over 120,400 neighborhoods in 49 states, in the District of Columbia and Canada.
- Washington, D.C. and the Miami, FL metros were a focus of existing coverage expansion, with more than 1,000 neighborhoods added in each of these metro areas.
- As is true for all Maponics Neighborhood Boundaries product releases, U.S. Census files are included at no additional charge. Starting with the 1.11.1 product release, Canadian Census files and accompanying product documentation are also included at no additional charge. The Canadian Census files include Provinces, Divisions and Subdivisions.
In addition to the update to North American neighborhoods, we also released our latest version of Neighborhood Boundaries in Europe, adding over 1,000 new neighborhoods in 15 new cities.
Check out the new release on our neighborhood boundaries demo page or contact us for a neighborhood data sample.
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