Maps can be powerful tools both for professional analysts as well as for laymen and community members. We have included several examples used in our work in Baltimore to show a wide range of map types and geographic scales that can be relevant while conducting an EJ analysis.
- The location and operation of a bus depot in an older, inner-city, working-class neighborhood along Kirk Avenue.
- A history of public transit service changes (mostly reductions), and poor service delivery in a predominately African American, low-income community known as Cherry Hill.
- Reaction to changes in transit service at Lexington Market in central Baltimore, an historic shopping destination frequented by lower-income residents from surrounding communities.
- The concerns of communities living along the U.S. Route 40 Corridor through West Baltimore regarding plans for a proposed Red Line and efforts to create transit-oriented development around an existing commuter rail station. Highway to Nowhere
- The projected changes in demographics between 2000 and 2030 along the I-95 Corridor.