Replica Places shows where and how people commuted to work in fall 2019 across our newest megaregion, which covers Illinois, Indiana, and Wisconsin.

With in-depth mobility data covering the contiguous United States, Replica Places can empower public agencies at a pivotal moment for investing in the nation’s infrastructure.

Replica raises $41 million to deepen data-driven decision-making about the built environment

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Investments in infrastructure and services can advance racial equity, but success depends on having a clear understanding of each community’s needs.

From transit equity to workforce development, broadband access to green infrastructure, data insights can help improve outcomes for cities

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Replica cuts through cloudy data to reveal local transit in tourist-heavy Anaheim, CA

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Understand who’s affected by your project and make change that serves everyone in your community.

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Replica offers a full-day portrait of a city’s travel patterns, and provides essential context: who’s traveling, where they’re going, and why they’re on the move.

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Replica reveals where Alameda County, CA planners can build alternative infra that will be used, useful, and safe.


Replica is a data platform for the built environment. Our mission is to make complex and rapidly-changing cities easier to understand.

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