WHO RIDES THE BUS: Examining Transit Ridership in Marion County

Our September 14 SAVI Talks! program, WHO RIDES THE BUS: Examining Transit Ridership in Marion County, addressed a timely and interesting topic regarding public transit in Indianapolis. The event showcased findings from The Polis Center’s newest report, WHO RIDES THE BUS: Examining Transit Ridership in Marion County. Kudos to report co-authors Kelly Davila, MS, Senior Research...
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SAVI Talks! Public Transit in Marion County

Join us Thursday, September 14! Our fall SAVI Talks event will cover public transit in Marion County and feature data findings from our most recent community trends report authored by Polis Center professionals Kelly Davila, Senior Research Analyst, and Matt Nowlin, Research Analyst. We’ll explore data findings from a public transit ridership survey and examine what they reveal...
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Unequal Access: Tobacco Retail in the Indianapolis Metro Area

The SAVI Community Information System seeks to provide vital context for the social and economic realities in Central Indiana communities. This is why members of our SAVI team also work with our data sets and analytics tools to create unique, comprehensive reports that reveal trends and help us all better identify community needs and improve access to crucial services. Check out our newest...
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Summer 2017 SAVI Online Magazine

The Summer 2017 issue of SAVI Online Magazine covers the influence of location on health. We will share with you highlights from four projects that incorporate statistics from the SAVI community information system. In each instance, data guide program and policy decisions that will have a significant impact on the health of a community’s residents and population health in general. Parkview...
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Who’s Who: Kevin Mickey

In the movie Father of the Bride, Steve Martin’s character says, “Who presents this woman? This woman? But she’s not a woman. She’s just a kid. And she’s leaving us. I realized at that moment that I was never going to come home again and see Annie at the top of the stairs. Never going to see her again at our breakfast table in her nightgown and socks. I suddenly realized...
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SAVI Talks! Unequal Access

Our SAVI Talks! program on tobacco retail access in the Indianapolis metro area on June 29 was a resounding success, imparting critical information to the public for discussions on the impact of tobacco usage to population health, local economics, and public policy. Program highlights included the presentation of findings from the report, Unequal Access: Tobacco Retail in the Indianapolis Metro...
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