Identify where potential bus rapid transit corridors in the Denver, Colorado Metro Area are most likely to enhance mobility and equity.
High worker productivity occurs across diverse counties and sectors but is not always connected with population growth and opportunity.
Download socioeconomic reports for states and counties near Bureau of Land Management units.
Integrate socioeconomic and climate data to map neighborhoods at risk in selected cities.
Video: Prioritizing climate resilience using Headwaters Economics tools.
From 1990 to 2016, the number of single-family homes in Montana grew by 50 percent, and the popularity of large lots converted 1.3 million acres of undeveloped land to housing.
Review the different rates of home construction and loss of open space across Montana counties.
By pairing limited, local surveys with activity tracking app data, we are estimating trail use across large areas.
Identify neighborhoods in six Great Lakes cities that meet socioeconomic vulnerability criteria.
National interactive map and charts show Medicaid-dependent counties and populations at risk.
Explore socioeconomic trends in Gunnison County and neighboring Colorado counties.
Explore seasonal use—including the amount, type, and timing—for 25 regional trails and pathways.
Trails are good for people, but the health and social benefits of trails are not equally available to everyone.
Despite being known for its rural landscapes, the West is surprisingly urban.
There are three distinct types of counties in the West—Metro, Connected, and Isolated—defined by their access to major markets and population centers.
The High Divide region, recognized as one of the most intact biological areas in the lower 48 states, is attracting many new residents and home construction is changing the landscape.
Survey shows that nine out of 10 respondents use the pathways and trails in Teton County, Wyoming. Such surveys help community leaders, stakeholders, and citizens plan for the future of pathways and trails systems.
Review the economic and demographic differences between Metro, Connected and Isolated counties.
This paper demonstrates that when fossil fuel development plays a prominent, long-term role in local western economies there are negative effects on per capita income, crime rates, and educational attainment.
Headwaters Economics worked with the Clark Fork Coalition, U.S. Forest Service, and others to create an interactive tool that describes many of the stories behind the ongoing recovery of the Clark Fork River.