A sample of some of our current and recent projects
Co-sponsored by the North Shore Alliance for Economic Development, the Enterprise Center, the North Shore Chamber of Commerce, and the Bertolon School of Business, this informational session provided over 70 participants with an overview of CEDS capabilities with respect to the utilization of GIS for increased productivity and income generation in today’s business climate.
Cultural Resource Inventory of Salem Project (CRISP)
The Cultural Resource Inventory of Salem Project (CRISP) will construct an online, public-facing Web site categorizing, describing, geographically referencing, and cross-indexing Salem, Massachusetts’ substantial cultural heritage.
The CEDS aids local communities in developing and maintaining the CAMEO system as federally mandated of all municipalities. Currently CEDS is in the initial process of developing a regional integrated CAMEO system with the assistance of the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency.
Evaluating Transit-Oriented Development
Funded by the National Center for Intermodal Transportation (NCIT), Salem State geography professor Dr. Keith Ratner is conducting a study entitled "Evaluating Transit-Oriented Development in Denver, Colorado." The one-year study, which began in August 2008, compares land use development in and around several transit stations in Denver to land use development in and around activity centers not associated with transit stations. more details