TERRE HAUTE, Ind. (WTWO/WAWV) — The Terre Haute community will now be able to stay up to date on work happening around the city.

On Wednesday, the City of Terre Haute announced the launch of a public geospatial data map hub.

Mayor Duke Bennett said the city already tracks all kinds of data and wanted to make it accessible to the public. The community will be able to track street sweepers, snow plows, and leaf pick-ups while also being able to see data on work such as paving projects.

Mayor Bennett believes this tool will answer many of the questions the city receives on a regular basis.

“We get a lot of calls everyday people asking questions about the status of a house that may be condemned or whether their streets are going to be repaved or what’s coming next in a local park. We wanted to put this information so that people can see it, go through it,” said Bennett.

The mayor invites the public to give the data hub a try and to give the city any relevant feedback that people may have.

For more information, check out the Terrw Haute Data Hub webpage.