What do 1.5 million NYC 311 service requests look like? Posted on January 2, 2013 by Luke Fretwell Powered by New York City’s 311 open data, here’s a great video visualization of the 1,551,402 phone, text and online 311 requests made in 2012. Note the map lights up in November during Hurricane Sandy. Tweet Related Knight: More than $430 million invested in civic tech since 2011 NYC chief urban designer to speak at CivicMeet Oakland Nov. 7 Someone awesome can be Oakland’s next CIO America needs a .gov backup plan About Luke Fretwell I'm the founder of GovFresh, CivicMeet and co-creator of GovPress, the WordPress theme for government. I'm also a strategic consultant for CivicActions and NuCivic, both focused on bringing agile, open source and open data solutions to government. I also serve on the steering committee for Open Source for America. Connect with me on Twitter or email me at email@example.com.