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Exploring The Relationship Between Road Infrastructure and Crimes in Memphis, Tennessee

by   Alexandre Signorel, et al.

Memphis, Tennessee is one of the cities with highest crime rate in the United States. In this work, we explore the relationship between road infrastructure, especially potholes, and crimes. The pothole and crime data are collected from Memphis Data Hub between 2020 and 2022. The crime data report various crimes in the Memphis area, which contain the location, time, and type of the crime. The pothole data is part of the Open 311 data, which contains information of different infrastructure projects, including the location of the project, and the starting and ending dates of the project. We focus on infrastructure projects regarding pothole repairs.


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