General Information: Contains information from in-ground car parking bay sensors across the city with status indicating if a car is present or not present, the spatial coordinate of the sensor, and the street marker id.
Accessing the most current data: To access the most recent data please use the v2.0 SODA API endpoint or the CSV download link. Accessing the data from Socrata's v2.1 SODA API will access cached data which is only updated hourly.
Additional information: Further information about City of Melbourne's parking sensors can be found here.
How the data joins: There are three datasets that make up the live parking sensor release. They are the on-street parking bay sensors, on-street parking bays and the on-street car park bay restrictions.
The way the datasets join is as follows. The on-street parking bay sensors join to the on-street parking bays by the marker_id attribute. The on-street parking bay sensors join to the on-street car park bay information by the bay_id attribute. The on-street parking bays and the on-street car park bay information don’t currently join.
Feedback welcome This dataset is currently in a beta release and your feedback about enhancements or issues can be sent to firstname.lastname@example.org.
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· there may be errors or omission in it
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The City of Melbourne employs a contractor to perform traffic counts on roads throughout the municipality. The numbers of vehicles are recorded per hour and split into 12 categories based on the Austroads vehicle classification please see link below. Vehicle class 13 is used when the type of vehicle can’t be determined.
In the 2017/16 surveys all bikes, motorcycles and maximum speeds were captured. In the 2015 surveys not all surveys captured bikes, motorcycles and maximum speed. In the 2014 surveys no bikes, motorcycles or maximum speed were captured.
This data is designed to be joined to the road corridor data on road_segment and seg_id. Some records have more than one road segment this is because the survey crosses intersecting roads and the intersections have a road segment number. In the Road corridor table some road segments will have the same seg_id.
This shapefile shows all of the footprints of all buildings within the City of Melbourne. The footprint is the outline of the total area of a lot or site that is surrounded by the exterior walls of a building or portion of a building, exclusive of courtyards. In the absence of surrounding exterior walls, the building footprint shall be the area under the horizontal projection of the roof.
Please see attached PDF for the data dictionary.
The Australian Height Datum (AHD) is the national vertical datum for Australia. The National Mapping Council adopted the AHD in May 1971 as the datum to which all vertical control mapping would be referred.
This dataset contains spatial information about development activity located within the City of Melbourne municipal area. Developments may have one of four statuses. Applied, Approved and Under Construction, and Complete.
Site content is derived from a range of sources at various times and as such the content may not be free from errors, omissions or defects. Inconsistencies may occur in some data sets. The City of Melbourne uses its best endeavours to ensure that the information is reliable.
The development polygons are representational only and are not intended for analytical or comparative purposes. The polygons are simplified polygons of an indicative floor plate for the podium (if relevant) and tower. The height data is an approximation of the height of the building and does not show the architectural features of the buildings.
Further information is provided in the attached pdf document below. This is provided to help users understand the currency and reliability of the site content which often involves complex processes to derive the information. The aim is to provide users with facts about the source of the content and when it was collected. Users can then make an informed decision as to whether the site content is appropriate for their particular purpose and information needs.
Although all due care has been taken to ensure that this data is correct, no warranty is expressed or implied by City of Melbourne in its use.
The City of Melbourne operates a dehydrator for organic waste received at the Degraves Street Recycling Facility. This dataset records the amount of material processed, its incoming and outgoing weight each day of 2016.
These are estimated greenhouse gas emissions produced at the City of Melbourne's Degraves Street Recycling Facility, based on caclulations on the amount of waste processed. No direct CO2 measurements are taken.