Thursday, January 12, 2006

BNOB plan maps

Among the more impressive maps on view recently were the following.

The first is a map that appeared in the Bring New Orleans Back Urban Planning Committee report (35 MB PowerPoint file) which really delivers a powerful message by showing the extent of flooding in New Orleans overlaid on a satellite image of Washington, D.C.:



The other map of interest is a Times-Picayune composite of the different layers representing development areas in the BNOB Urban Planning Committee report:



1/16/06 update: Here's the download site for a compressed 6 MB version of the same BNOB PowerPoint presentation.

2 Comments:

At 1/13/2006 07:48:00 AM, Blogger Lono in N.O. said...

The B-NOBs have a good graphics person. I would like to find the source for the overlay. An image with a stronger impact would be the flood area overlaid on a satalite image of Manhattan and "ground zero". How much $ aid went to restore that relatively tiny, not to mention self sufficient footprint of destruction?

 
At 1/13/2006 08:05:00 AM, Blogger Schroeder said...

Good point - I have the flood maps, and Manhattan satellite imagery. I'll work on that.

 

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