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Getting Groceries: Food Access Across Groups, Neighborhoods, and Time

Getting Groceries: Food Access Across Groups, Neighborhoods, and Time

208,000 people live in food deserts in Indianapolis, an increase since 2016. Some of the most critical need is among the 10,500 ...

After Expansion, Pacers Bikershare Offers Access to 34 Miles of Bike Trails

After Expansion, Pacers Bikershare Offers Access to 34 Miles of Bike Trails

With the addition of 29 new bikeshare stations, Pacers Bikeshare now makes trips possible on one third of Indy's bike trail system.

Michigan Street a Century Ago: A Neighborhood Node

Michigan Street a Century Ago: A Neighborhood Node

Two miles east of downtown, Michigan Street is largely vacant. But in the early 20th century was a bustling corridor for the Willard ...

Candidate’s Housing Proposal Calls Attention to How We Measure Vacancy Rates

Candidate’s Housing Proposal Calls Attention to How We Measure Vacancy Rates

It's hard to know exactly how many vacant units are in Indianapolis, but it's clear that many neighborhoods struggle with hypervacancy.

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Matt Nowlin

Matt Nowlin

Research Analyst

Matt Nowlin is a research analyst with the Polis Center. He works in the Community Informatics team, focusing on analysis, data visualization, and web development. Matt received his Master of Urban and Regional Planning degree from Ball State University and his Bachelor of Music in Jazz Studies from Indiana University Jacobs School of Music.