data Whether it’s an app in Chicago that tells you if your car has been towed, or New York City officials using data to identify the source of a deadly Legionnaires' disease outbreak, those kinds of projects — inside and outside of governmental institutions — are not happening with state data in Pennsylvania.
Mostly because it’s not available.
Pennsylvania is one of 26 states that doesn’t provide a robust open data website, according to a PublicSource analysis of every state’s open data website.
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