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Search Payments Made by State Agencies in FY14
This dataset shows payments made by state agencies in FY2014 which were $25,000 or more. All parties receiving funds are shown: private businesses, local governments, non-profit organizations, and individuals.
Compare Tax Rates by County
Think you're paying too much in taxes? Compare your county's income, personal and business tax rates with other Maryland counties.
Find EV Charging Stations Along Your Route
Find an Electric Vehicle Charging Station or Alternative Fuel Station in your neighborhood.
Find Registered Minority Business Enterprises
Find a certified Minority Business Enterprise to partner with on your next project and help Maryland reach our 29% MBE goal.
Reported Sewer Overflows
Reported sewer overflows from January 2005 through March 10, 2015. Although MDE requires that all public sewer system owners or operators report overflows to us, there may be incidents that were not reported. Note that overflow amounts provided by the person reporting the overflow may be estimated using best professional judgment or they may be actual readings from flow measurement devices when available. Penalty information started during 2013.
|Homicide and Rape by Year: Line Chart||5,062 views|
|Robbery & Aggravated Assault: Line Chart||3,714 views|
|Violent Crime Totals by Year: Line Chart||3,708 views|
|Infant Mortality Rate: Line Chart||1,342 views|
|Stormwater Retrofits (Pounds of Nitrogen Removed): Column Chart||1,304 views|
ICC Vehicle Volume Data
This dataset shows the number of vehicles that have passed under a gantry on that particular day. This dataset does not show trips, it only shows segments. Segments are compiled to make trips. There are 10 gantries on the InterCounty Connector (ICC) and 5 interchanges. The eastbound gantries are 101, 105, 107, 109, 113, and the westbound gantries are 102, 106, 108, 110, 114. The dataset has a column for each gantry going east and west, then a total for each gantry. The ICC is an all electronic tolling road which opened February 2011. The first opening was a partial opening, with only the first interchange being available for use.There was a free period from February 23, 2011 through March 6, 2011. The rest of the ICC opened in November 2011, and there was another free period from November 22, 2011 through December 4, 2011. There are a few days where a low number of traffic passed under gantries (rows 196,198, 269,271...), these were either testing periods or construction vehicles.
|Maryland Port Administration General Cargo||5,227 views|
|Employment Figures||3,723 views|
Improvements in Student Achievement and School, College, and Career Readiness in Maryland from SY05/06 to SY12/13
Important Note: The primary dataset tracking yearly progress on these eleven measures is located at https://data.maryland.gov/d/xnv4-iwf6. This dataset shows our progress from School Year 2005/2006 through School Year 2012/2013 towards delivering improved student achievement and school, college, and career readiness in Maryland.