What is Data Cape Cod?
Data Cape Cod was first created by the Cape Cod Commission to provide local and regional datasets to support planning efforts, economic development, and recovery from the COVID-19 pandemic. Now an ongoing effort, the initiative increases transparency around economic progress in the region and enhances information access to support data-driven decision-making in our 15 communities. Click on a subject area below to find interactive dashboards with data related to the people, places, and economy of Cape Cod, or click on the search icon in the header to search for certain datasets.
If you lined up all the cars that traveled to Cape Cod over the July 4th weekend, the line of traffic would extend from Bourne to Myrtle Beach, South Carolina. Travel data collected over the Canal bridges indicated that visitors extended the 4th of July weekend this year. Read more here.
Median sales prices for single-family homes on Cape Cod increased at nearly 3 times the rate of average weekly wages between 2019 and 2021, widening the gap between income and housing costs. Explore how Cape Cod compares to the state in housing costs and wages in this data story. Read more here.
COVID-19 Recovery Resources
Data-driven tools and resources for an informed community response to COVID-19 on Cape Cod.