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DOT's 2015 transportation infrastructure data now available

The 2015 National Transportation Atlas Databases are now available for download. The data provides geographic-based details for more than 500,000 miles of roadway, 610,000 bridges and 19,527 airports. New highway crash data from the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration is also in the mix.

This year’s datasets cover 36 data themes with 57 data layers. The NTAD sets are available in open shapefile format with  metadata documentation supported by most GIS software.

Posted by Amanda Ziadeh on Jul 31, 2015 at 1:01 PM


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