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Map Title: People moving from and to Connecticut by County, 2007 to 2011
Interactive: Yes
Printable: Yes
Description: The Hartford Courant has used data from the Census Bureau to examine migration to and from Connecticut by county for the entire country.

Map Title: Percentage of Workers Walking to Work, 2012
Interactive: Yes
Printable: Yes
Description: Governing magazine used Census data to create a map show what percentage of workers walk to their jobs in the 300 biggest cities in the country.

Map Title: Migration Between States, 2012
Interactive: Yes
Printable: Yes
Description: Vizynary, a data anylytics company, produced an infographic showing the migration between states in 2012. (People in Connecticut moved mostly to Massachusetts, New York, and Florida.)

Map Title: Property Tax Burden
Interactive: No
Printable: Yes
Description: Ux.Blog, the blog of IDV Solutions, a software company, produced a series of maps showing income, property values, and property taxes and then how those relate to each other.

Map Title: USDA Food Access Research Atlas
Interactive: Yes
Printable: Yes
Description: The US Department of Agriculture produced a map that pulls together Census data and access to supermarkets.

Map Title: Connecticut Aerial Photos Showing Neigborhood Change
Interactive: Yes
Printable: Yes
Description: Look at how any location in Connecticut developed over time courtesy of UConn's Map and Geographic Information Center. The user is able to input any address in Connecticut and see a side-by-side comparison of aerial photos from 1934, 1990, 2004, 2006 versus current aerial photos from Google Maps. There are plans to add aerial photos from the 1950s, 1970s, and 1990s.

Map Title: Number of Special Districts, 1952 - 2012
Interactive: Yes
Printable: No
Description: The Census Bureau provides a graphical look at the growth of special districts at the county level across the country over the last 60 years.

Map Title: Distance to the Nearest McDonald's
Interactive: No
Printable: No
Description: This map uses the location of McDonald's restaurants to help portray the development of the country.

Map Title: Urban Core Population Trends
Interactive: Yes
Printable: No
Description: This map from the Minnesota Population Centers graphically depicts the population growth or decline or urban centers since 1950.

Map Title: Connecticut Land Use, 1985 to 2006
Interactive: Yes
Printable: Yes
Description: Use this map to see how land use policies have changed the state's landscape.

Map Title: Satellite Image Map of Connecticut
Interactive: No
Printable: Yes
Description: What the state looks like from space.
Map Title: Connecticut Conservation and Development Policies Plan 2005-2010 Locational Guide Map
Interactive: No
Printable: Yes
Description: This is the map that accompanies the state's Conservation and Development Policy Plan.
Map Title: Aerial Surveys of Connecticut
Interactive: No
Printable: Yes
Description: Three aerial surveys of the state from the Connecticut State Library.
 
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