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Tuesday, November 10 • 11:30am - 12:00pm
In with the old, out with the new

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*Mark Hoover, Connecticut Metropolitan Council of Governments; *George Obeng, Connecticut Metropolitan Council of Governments

As an organization that focuses on regional transportation, the Connecticut Metropolitan Council of Governments has a long history of dealing with cumbersome transportation products. Whether produced at the local, state or federal level, these products can often be poorly organized and confusing to work with. This year we took a look at our internal transportation data and began incorporating some products in ArcGIS. In particular, this presentation will describe the conversion of a Traffic Signal Evaluation and Management Study from the early 2000’s from its custom Access 97 database to a file geodatabase that is now user friendly but can be used with ArcGIS Collector for in-field inspections. In addition, we will showcase how we converted and transformed various state and federal transportation mapping products into easier to use GIS data.

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Mark Hoover

Connecticut Metropolitan Council of Governments
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George Obeng

Connecticut Metropolitan Council of Governments


Tuesday November 10, 2015 11:30am - 12:00pm
Lake Champlain A

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