Civic Hacks

Civic Hacks

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Summit County Roads
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The Streets layer contains lines depicting the centerline of the traveled way of public and private streets for all of Summit County. Lines are segmented by street name, address range, and CFCC code. Direction of each line is from smallest to largest address. The dataset was originally derived from United States Census Bureau TIGER files, and updated using road centerlines, as interpreted from 1994 and 2000 aerial photography; right-of-way and access easement centerlines, as shown on the Summit County parcel maps; other recorded documents and surveys; and some field checks. Currently, the Summit County Engineer assigns street names and addresses for areas within the townships, while each municipality is responsible for its own addressing system. The Engineer and municipalities have also contributed corrections to this dataset. This layer is currently under development. To provide the taxpayers and agencies of Summit County a streets layer at a scale and accuracy useful for property appraisal, planning, analysis, navigation, and address geocoding. The suitability of this dataset for any other uses is not guaranteed and the user assumes all risk for such uses. Summit County, Ohio, assumes no legal responsibility for works derived from this dataset. This dataset should never be relied upon to establish with certainty the location of property lines or the location of any other feature in relation to a property line. To establish a property line, or the relationship of a feature to a property line, the services of a Professional Surveyor, registered to practice in the State of Ohio, must be employed.

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Metro Transportation Network (TNET) in King County SHP KC-GIS
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Transportation features including rail, trails and pedestrian walkways with address ranges & names derived from digital orthophotography and GPS. Purpose: Developed to support transportation planning & engineering; transit routing & transit operations within the Department of Transportation. The data supports the ATIS application used by the Regional Automated Trip Planning group. This group assists Metro bus riders to find the best itinerary possible. Trans_Network is a derived data layer from the TNET (Transportation Network) Geodatabase. TNET is the authoritative transportation network layer for King County. On-going maintenance to TNET is provided by multiple agencies and jurisdictions in King County.

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Travelsheds Shp KC-GIS
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A concurrency travel shed is a geographic area within unincorporated King County where all development within the travel shed would be likely to use or be affected by traffic on arterials within the travel shed. Purpose: The travel shed data depicts the geographic layer of unincorporated King County by which to measure existing traffic conditions against the concurrency level-of-service standard.

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Metro Transportation Network (TNET) in King County for Car Mode Shp KC-GIS
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Transportation features including rail, trails and pedestrian walkways with address ranges & names derived from digital orthophotography and GPS. Purpose: Developed to support transportation planning & engineering; transit routing & transit operations within the Department of Transportation. The data supports the ATIS application used by the Regional Automated Trip Planning group. This group assists Metro bus riders to find the best itinerary possible. Trans_Network is a derived data layer from the TNET (Transportation Network) Geodatabase. TNET is the authoritative transportation network layer for King County. On-going maintenance to TNET is provided by multiple agencies and jurisdictions in King County.

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Metro Transportation Network (TNET) in King County for Bus Mode Shp KC-GIS
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Transportation features including rail, trails and pedestrian walkways with address ranges & names derived from digital orthophotography and GPS. Purpose: Developed to support transportation planning & engineering; transit routing & transit operations within the Department of Transportation. The data supports the ATIS application used by the Regional Automated Trip Planning group. This group assists Metro bus riders to find the best itinerary possible. Trans_Network is a derived data layer from the TNET (Transportation Network) Geodatabase. TNET is the authoritative transportation network layer for King County. On-going maintenance to TNET is provided by multiple agencies and jurisdictions in King County.

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Metro Transportation Network (TNET) in King County for Bicycle Mode Shp KC-GIS
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Transportation features including rail, trails and pedestrian walkways with address ranges & names derived from digital orthophotography and GPS.

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