Data Book and Community Indicators
The town documents key trends which include housing, land use, transportation, demographic, and other community data. This data is open for the public! Check out Data Book and Community Indicators to learn more! You can also check out the dat book Snapshot of the Town of Chapel Hill which briefly summarizes the Town's transportation, population, housing, and economic characteristics and makes projections for the future.
Bicycle and Pedestrian Count Data
The Town of Chapel Hill records bicycle and pedestrian information through a series of electronic counters located on greenways and bike lanes around town. Data collected is used to create smarter transportation infrastructure plans and projects around the community. Check out our recent and Past Reports (annual, semi-annual and quarterly) to see how popular Chapel Hill's sidewalks and trails have become!
Most Recent Bicycle and Pedestrian Reports: Semi-Annual Reports (February 15, 2018 - August 15, 2018)
|Bolin Creek Trail||Cameron Avenue|
|Fan Branch Trail||Meadowmont Greenway|
|Morgan Creek Trail||Old Durham Road|
|Rosemary Street||Tanyard Branch Trail|
Open Data Portal
The Town of Chapel Hill and the Chapel Hill Public Library provide an Open Data Portal for public use which contains datasets on Town planning, safety, culture, sports, transportation, economy, health, and social services.
The Town of Chapel Hill maintains a large catalog of GIS Data which helps support the efforts of Town staff. This information is collected, maintained, and analyzed by multiple departments including Planning & Development Services, Public Works, Public Safety, Parks & Recreation and others.
Check out Chapel Hill's Digital Maps available for download which includes data on the Town's greenways, bike infrastructure, land use, transit, historic districts, and much more!