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ArcLogistics Tele-Atlas (Europe) 9.3 (2008)

Date: 2008
Creator: ESRI / Tele-Atlas
Datum: WGS 84
Projection: Geographic
Scale: various
Access: web
Description:
From: http://www.esri.com/software/arclogistics/ : "ArcLogistics is a complete solution for creating optimized routes and solving scheduling problems. Create dynamic routes and schedules that cut fuel costs and improve customer service using ArcLogistics. From a small fleet operation to a large multiuser environment, ArcLogistics provides a quick and significant return on investment. ArcLogistics lends itself to fleet management across all industries including courier and messenger, food and beverage, furniture and business to consumer, local government, and many others. In addition to the U.S. market, ArcLogistics is available in many other countries with localized street data sets. With ArcLogistics you can * Determine which vehicle should serve each customer location in the best stop sequence. * Accommodate time windows while minimizing travel times. * Find accurate customer locations and calculate efficient routes. * Optimize resources by accounting for individual vehicle attributes (storage capacity, restrictions, special equipment, etc.)."
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ArcLogistics Tele-Atlas (United States) 9.3 (2008)

Date: 2008
Creator: ESRI / Tele-Atlas
Datum: WGS 84
Projection: Geographic
Scale: various
Access: web
Description:
From: http://www.esri.com/software/arclogistics/ : "ArcLogistics is a complete solution for creating optimized routes and solving scheduling problems. Create dynamic routes and schedules that cut fuel costs and improve customer service using ArcLogistics. From a small fleet operation to a large multiuser environment, ArcLogistics provides a quick and significant return on investment. ArcLogistics lends itself to fleet management across all industries including courier and messenger, food and beverage, furniture and business to consumer, local government, and many others. In addition to the U.S. market, ArcLogistics is available in many other countries with localized street data sets. With ArcLogistics you can * Determine which vehicle should serve each customer location in the best stop sequence. * Accommodate time windows while minimizing travel times. * Find accurate customer locations and calculate efficient routes. * Optimize resources by accounting for individual vehicle attributes (storage capacity, restrictions, special equipment, etc.)."
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City of Ottawa eMap (200-)

Date: 200-
Creator: City of Ottawa
Datum:
Projection:
Scale:
Access: web
Description:
Online mapping data for the city of Ottawa
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Credit River Watershed ()

Date:
Creator: Credit Valley Conservation
Datum:
Projection:
Scale:
Access:
Description:
The map shows 23 subwatersheds, each one is labelled and has a link to a PDF map which is printable.
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ESRI Data Steetmap North America (2005)

Date: 2005
Creator: ESRI
Datum: D_WGS_1984
Projection: Geographic GCS_WGS_1984
Scale: 100,000
Access:
Description:
"StreetMap North America is a dataset in Smart Data Compression (SDC) format that provides streets display, routing, and geocoding for the United States and Canada. It contains 2005 TeleAtlas streets that were enhanced by ESRI and TeleAtlas, and prepared for routing within the StreetMap Find Route dialog. StreetMap North America data is provided in the ESRI Data & Maps Media Kit on the ESRI Data & Maps and StreetMap North America DVD." More recent streets data for the United States, Canada, and Europe are available with the StreetMap Premium products. For more information, visit www.esri.com and select Data under the Products tab. http://www.library.utoronto.ca/datalib/datart/maplib/data/ESRI/Streetmap_na/help.htm
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Lost River Walks ()

Date:
Creator: Toronto Green Community and Toronto Field Naturalists
Datum:
Projection:
Scale:
Access: web
Description:

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New York City Planimetric Data (200-)

Date: 200-
Creator: New York State Office of Cyber Security & Critical Infrastructure Coordination
Datum: NAD83
Projection: StatePlane New York Long Island FIPS 3104 feet
Scale: various
Access: local intranet & DVD[344]
Description:
these data are available to the U of T community through the NY State GIS Cooperative for full list of layers see: http://nysgis.state.ny.us/gisdata/inventories/details.cfm?DSID=49 DVD[344] contours only on network drive, not on DVD as of January 25, 2010 contours are at 2ft intervals
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Ontario Ministry of Natural Resources (OMNR) Fundamental Dataset (2002-)

Date: 2002-
Creator: Ontario Ministry of Natural Resources
Datum: NAD 83
Projection: Geographic
Scale:
Access: web and OGDE Fundamental Dataset (FTP and Intranet)
Description:
Layers include:
airport
annotation
building scale
building symbol
concession
conservation area
conservation authortiy area
conservation reservere
contour, ogde contours
crown game preserve
crown leased land
drainage line
drainage point
geographic township
land ownership
lot
mine site
miscellaneous line
miscellaneous point
mnr district
mnr region
Municipal Boundaries 2005
municipal lower tier
municipal park
municipal upper tier
national park
national wildlife area
ngo nature reserve
obm dtm coverage
obm dtm shape
obm index
pit or quarry
provincial park regulated
provincial park zone regulated
railway segment
road segment
spot heights
tank
tower
trail segment
transport line
transport point
unorganizedarea
utility lines
utility sites
waterbody segment
water edge
water structure
wetland unit
woodedarea
If a layer you wish to use is not set up for download, please contact the email above for access.
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Sketch map showing country near fourteenth base line, Province of Saskatchewan (1907)

Date: 1907
Creator: Surveyor General
Datum:
Projection:
Scale: 1:760,320
Access: web
Description:
Accompanies: Annual report of the Surveyor General, 1906-1907. To accompany the report of J.N. Wallace, D.L.S. Area covered is between the second and third meridians, along the Saskatchewan River.
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Thailand Digital Maps (1996-2004)

Date: 1996-2004
Creator: GfK GeoMarketing
Datum:
Projection: Geographic
Scale:
Access: CD [309]
Description:
Boundaries include: districts (Amphe,Khat); provinces (Changwats); and regions.
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Toronto Centreline (2004)

Date: 2004
Creator: Land Information Toronto
Datum: NAD 27
Projection: Modified Transverse Mercator
Scale:
Access: Intranet and CD-ROM
Description:
TCL Asset includes: 1. Geographic linear representation of transportation corridors, administrative boundaries and shorelines. 2. Geographic point representations of properties and municipal addresses. 3. Various administration areas of city interest. 4. Information linked to transportation corridors, addresses and administration areas. TCL stores linear features representing transportation corridors and boundaries, address points representing properties, doorways, sites, intersection features and area features. All features are attributed with feature codes, with the date they were entered into the asset and the date they were removed from the current asset to the archival asset, with identification numbers unique over time and in the city and with name, lineage and accuracy information. In addition to retaining historical archives, threaded archives are also retained that record splits and merges of address points, of linear features and of area features. All features are linked and integrated. Supports all city operational and planning programs. Examples include Emergency (911) dispatch, city permits, welfare case management, boundary administration area re-alignments, waste collection, traffic control and electoral functions.
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