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Tuesday, November 10 • 11:00am - 11:30am
CANCELLED: Developing & Implementing a Sidewalk Inventory and Inspection Program using Collector for ArcGIS

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Justin Jobin, GIS Coordinator for The Town of Jamestown, RI

To any city or town sidewalks pose a large threat. Trips and falls on public sidewalks represent a large percentage of most towns insurance claims. The Town of Jamestown RI set out to inventory and assess the condition of all sidewalks in Town. We wanted to use an in-house cradle to crave approach. After a lengthy brainstorming sessions we decided upon a two part approach. First, we would inventory sidewalk segments in the Town, using our Trimble Geo7 we collected basic attributes for each sidewalk segment. Attributes collected included: length, width, to and from points, street name and side of street, and surface and curb typed. Secondly, a separate geodatabase was created with the sidewalk inspection criteria. This geodatabase was published as a service to the Town’s ArcGIS Online. Using an iPad with Collector for ArcGIS installed, staff went out and completed inspections of all the previously identified sidewalk segments. The geodatabase was then pulled back into ArcMap where we mapped the sidewalk conditions and completed a final report that includes replacement strategy and costs.

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Justin Jobin

GIS Coordinator, The Town of Jamestown
Justin Jobin is the Environmental Scientist and GIS Coordinator for the Town of Jamestown, RI where he is responsible for the implementation, management, and maintenance of The Town's  Geographic Information System.  He is also responsible for overseeing the Town’s High Groundwater and Impervious Soils Ordinance, The Onsite Wastewater Management Program and RIPDES Phase II Stormwater Program.  He graduated from The University... Read More →


Tuesday November 10, 2015 11:00am - 11:30am
Green Mountain C

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