Tree canopy within City of Melbourne mapped using 2008 aerial photos and LiDAR. The canopy polygons represent actual tree canopy extents on both private and public property across the city. The data is considered accurate for 2011. Changes in tree canopy are expected to have occurred since that time.
This dataset contains hourly pedestrian counts since 2009 from pedestrian sensor devices located across the city. The data is updated on a monthly basis and can be used to determine variations in pedestrian activity throughout the day.
The sensor_id column can be used to merge the data with the Pedestrian Counting System - Sensor Locations dataset which details the location, status and directional readings of sensors. Any changes to sensor locations are important to consider when analysing and interpreting pedestrian counts over time.
Important to note about this dataset:
• Where no pedestrians have passed underneath a sensor during an hour, a count of zero will be shown for the sensor for that hour.
The Pedestrian Counting System helps to understand how people use different city locations at different times of day to better inform decision-making and plan for the future. A representation of pedestrian volume which compares each location on any given day and time can be found in our Online Visualisation.
The City of Melbourne maintains more than 70,000 trees. This dataset details the location, species and lifespan of Melbourne's urban forest by precinct. To explore Melbourne's tree data and learn more about the life expectancy and diversity of trees in your city, check out our interactive tree map http://melbourneurbanforestvisual.com.au/, You can download the City of Melbourne's Urban forest Strategy and the summary of your precinct's consultation from the attachments section by selecting the 'About' button
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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This dataset contains each Pay Stay zone and the street segment that it is linked to. The Pay Stay zone can go across multiple street segments and also one street segment can have multiple Pay Stay zones.
The project monitors major new commercial and residential property development in the City of Melbourne municipality.
The outputs can inform short to medium-term supply forecasts in the commercial and residential markets. This data provides our current understanding of major development sites that are recently completed, under construction, planned or mooted in all of 13 small areas of the city.
For full details about this dataset and the meaning of each field, see the attached document.
Data collected as part of the City of Melbourne's Census of Land Use and Employment (CLUE). The data covers the period 2002-2017. It show business establishments with their trading name, industry (ANZSIC4) classification, number of dining seats (classified by indoor/outdoor), location and CLUE block and small area designation.
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.
The height on each building footprint feature is the height of the Z axis for the individual models. As such it will include plant, overrun and possibly even communication towers.
Data collected as part of the City of Melbourne's Census of Land Use and Employment (CLUE). The data covers the period 2002-2017. It shows selected building attributes including location, construction year, refurbished year, number of floors above ground, predominant space use, bicycle/shower facilities and building accessibility. Building accessibility data is collected to track accessibility for internal City of Melbourne purposes. This data is provided as a community service by the City of Melbourne. It is not and does not purport to be a complete guide. There may be errors or omissions. Data is liable to change. The City of Melbourne accepts no responsibility in respect of any claim arising from use or reliance upon this data.
The City of Melbourne owns and maintains various objects and pieces of equipment installed on streets and roads for various purposes. This dataset includes Barbeques, Bicycle Rails, Bin Corrals, Bollards, Drinking Fountains, Floral Crate/Planter Boxs, Hoops, Horse Troughs, Information Pillars, Litter Bins, Picnic Setting, Seats.