Real Geographics handled data management, spatial adjustments, and gazette-style mapping for DKS Associates and the Lane County Transportation System Plan.
I recently finished up a series of maps for Reah Flisikowski and Julie Sosnovski at DKS Associates showing the current conditions and details of the city’s primary transportation infrastructure, including road classifications, posted speed limits, environmental constraints to development, pedestrian and bicycle network characterization, intersection controls, and roadway safety. These maps were submitted as part of the City’s updated TSP. I’ve posted a few more maps from this series and other TSP efforts in the gallery.
We had a tricky time with the CAD data containing the wetlands delineations, and unfortunately could not track down the projection information we needed to properly fit it to our base data. In addition, pieces of the same feature type appeared in whole or in part in multiple CAD source files as either polyline, polygon, or hash line geometries. After diving in to the CAD info more deeply after the client’s review of the draft raised the question of some missing wetlands, and accounting for some messy feature conversions in the process, we were able to finish off the task on time and within budget to the client’s satisfaction.