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City of Baltimore launches real-time map of 311 calls [MAP]

The Mayor's Office of Information Technology has "soft-launched" a map displaying 311 service calls in real-time. City CTO Chris Tonjes said, "This is a work in progress and some things are a bit buggy."

Interested in viewing 311 service requests the City of Baltimore receives as they happen?
The Mayor’s Office of Information Technology has “soft-launched” a map displaying 311 service calls in real-time.
View the map here.
It’s just an early version of the map. City CTO Chris Tonjes said, “This is a work in progress and some things are a bit buggy.”

Companies: Mayor’s Office of Information Technology / City of Baltimore
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