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Monday, November 9 • 10:30am - 11:00am
Trail of Two Maps

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*Mark Hoover, Connecticut Metropolitan Council of Governments; *Mark Goetz, Connecticut Metropolitan Council of Governments

The Pequonnock River Trail is a 16 mile multi-use trail that connects Monroe, Trumbull and Bridgeport, CT. For the trail, two products were created; a static “paper” map for handouts as well as a dynamic Esri Story Map for a more in-depth view online as well as use on mobile devices. This presentation will detail the dual processes of developing two maps in two different formats designed to display the same information. The static “paper” was designed to display as much information as possible at the 8.5” X 11” size. Adobe Illustrator was utilized to create highly stylized cartography that made the map more legible as well as branded the product. We will discuss the methods we used to design and export the map in ArcGIS for easiest use in Adobe Illustrator. For the dynamic Story Map, we will discuss how, with little previous experience, we successfully configured and deployed the application. In addition, we will highlight how the Story Map was formatted to tie in with the PequonnockRiverTrail.org website as well as the static “paper” map.

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Mark Hoover

Connecticut Metropolitan Council of Governments



Monday November 9, 2015 10:30am - 11:00am
Lake Champlain A

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