TblLu

Abstract: Dataset represents the land uses within ¼ mi of the intersection.  Relations: Join to the Intersection Table using the “boeint_fkey” field.  Source: Los Angeles Department of City Planningboeint_fkeyUnique identifier for the intersection as part of the Bureau of Engineering’s Centerline networklu_resDenotes whether the ¼ mi buffer around the intersection intersects a residential land use type (1=yes, 0=no). RESIDENTIAL = Minimum Residential, Very Low/Very Low I Residential, Very Low II Residential, Low/Low I Residential, Low II Residential, Low III Residential, Low Medium/Low Medium I Residential, Low Medium II Residential, Medium Residential, High Medium Residential, High Density Residential, Very High Medium Residential. lu_comDenotes whether the ¼ mi buffer around the intersection intersects a commercial land use type (1=yes, 0=no). COMMERCIAL =  Limited Commercial, Limited Commercial – Mixed Medium Residential, Highway Oriented Commercial, Highway Oriented and Limited Commercial, Highway Oriented Commercial – Mixed Medium Residential, Neighborhood Office Commercial, Community Commercial, Community Commercial – Mixed High Residential, Regional Center Commercial, Neighborhood Commercial, General Commercial, Community Commercial, Regional Mixed Commercial. lu_indDenotes whether the ¼ mi buffer around the intersection intersects an industrial land use type (1=yes, 0=no). INDUSTRIAL = Commercial Manufacturing, Limited Manufacturing, Light Manufacturing, Heavy Manufacturing, Hybrid Industrial, Limited Industrial, Light Industrial. lu_transpoDenotes whether the ¼ mi buffer around the intersection intersects a transportation land use type (1=yes, 0=no). TRANSPORTATION = Parking Buffer, Port of Los Angeles: General/Bulk Cargo-Non Hazardous (Industrial/Commercial), General/Bulk Cargo-Hazard, Commercial Fishing, Recreation and Commercial, Intermodal Container Transfer Facility Site. Los Angeles International Airport-Airport Landside, Airport Airside, Airport Northside.

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