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Service Description: The purpose of creating and utilizing a road spatial data standard is to consolidate road spatial data and integrate the existing feature attribute information into a national database for reporting, planning, analysis and sharing purposes. The primary benefit of using the road spatial data standard remains the organization and documentation of road data to allow users to share spatial data between parks, regions, programs, other federal agencies, and the public, at the national level.

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Copyright Text: NPS, AKRO, AK Department of Transportation, M.Johnson(NPS,Kotzebue), J.Cusick(NPS, Anchorage), URS(Anchorage), D.Kurtz (NPS,Kenai Fjords), Jon Paynter, B. Schroeder, Steve Homan, (NPS, Denali NP&P), B. Mangipane, Warren (Charles) Hill, Brian Dodd (NPS,Lake Clark NP&P), J.Wilbarger, A.Baldwin (NPS,Klondike NP), J.Scott, E.Guthrie, J.Baker S. Southworth, D. Rosenkrans-retired, E. Olson, (Wrangell-St. Elias NP&P), W.Rapp, R.Sherman, D.Vinson (Katmai NP&P), L.Fano, B. Eichenlaub, (Glacier Bay NP&P), C. Smith (Sitka NHP), D. Difolco, A.Freeburg, J.Rasic (Yukon Charley NP), Pat Biard, Michigan Technological University, Social Sciences Department), K. Meyer, B.Anderson (Alaska Regional Office, Natural Resources), D.Gewalt, S. Fierrea (Alaska Regional Office, Cultural Resources), B.Merrill, Paul Schrooten (Alaska Regional Office, Planning), S.Vantrease, B.Huebner, B.Harris (Alaska Regional Office, EPD), B. Strobe, S. Devenney (Alaska Regional Office, Lands). Private companies under contract included Aerometric, Anchorage Alaska, Walker Alaska, Anchorage Alaska, Aeromap, Anchorage Alaska, Quantum Spatial, Anchorage Alaska, R&M Consultants, Anchorage Alaska, Dowl Engineers, Anchorage Alaska, ngp_support@nps.gov

Spatial Reference: 102100  (3857)


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    Spatial Reference: 102100  (3857)

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Document Info:
    Title: National Park Service Public Roads
    Author: National Park Service
    Comments: The purpose of creating and utilizing a road spatial data standard is to consolidate road spatial data and integrate the existing feature attribute information into a national database for reporting, planning, analysis and sharing purposes. The primary benefit of using the road spatial data standard remains the organization and documentation of road data to allow users to share spatial data between parks, regions, programs, other federal agencies, and the public, at the national level.
    Subject: National Park Service Public Roads
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    Keywords: National Park Service,NPS,Spatial Data Standards,Transportation,Roads,Bridges,Road Bridges,Primary,Secondary,Local,Service,FMSS,Facilities,GIS,Centerlines,ngp_support@nps.gov
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