As in past years, the Mapping Competition accepted entries for paper-format poster submissions and born-digital maps. The winners in each category were:
1st prize: Ari Kaputkin for Transit-oriented Developments since 2010
2nd prize: Awais Malik for Residential Coverage of NYC Hurricane Evacuation Centers
3rd prize: Nicola Macchitella for Madrid Improvement Bike Station Area
1st prize: Fei Li for Traffic Accidents in NYC, 2016
2nd prize: Melissa Vise for Seeing and Hearing Things: Medieval Mysticism
3rd prize: Christopher Prince for On the Air: Microwave Traffic in NYC’s Urban Highrise Environment
All of the maps, in both digital and print format, submitted for competition utilized data found in the NYU Spatial Data Repository, which was introduced at last year’s GIS Day.