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Toronto Health Profiles Maps (various)

Date: various
Creator: Toronto Health Profiles
Datum:
Projection:
Scale: various
Access: web
Description:
From their main web page: "A partnership designed to facilitate access to information for health planning with the overall goal of producing action to reduce health inequalities."
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Traffic Camera Locations in the Greater Toronto Area (2008)

Date: 2008
Creator: Toronto Star / Data, Map and GIS Centre
Datum:
Projection: geographic
Scale:
Access: web
Description:
Data extracted from XML file at http://www3.thestar.com/static/googlemaps/trafficcams.xml Includes a link (url) to the camera location on the web
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Traffic counts for Toronto : Collisions and Traffic Volumes (1998-2008)

Date: 1998-2008
Creator: City of Toronto
Datum:
Projection:
Scale:
Access: local intranet
Description:
data are held on the FTP server. access through password protected area. request password from email address above. \\maps\data1$\data\FTP\traffic or M:\data\FTP\traffic
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Transportation Tomorrow Survey Reports and Boundary Files (1989-2006)

Date: 1989-2006
Creator: University of Toronto data management group
Datum: NAD83
Projection: UTM Zone 17
Scale:
Access: web
Description:
from the datamanagementgroup web page: "The Transportation Tomorrow Survey (TTS) and Metropolitan Toronto and Region Transportation Study (MTARTS) are origin destination travel surveys. The Survey Data is available through the Internet Data Retrieval System (iDRS). This page contains the geographic data files for the spatial aggregations used in iDRS. The finest level of spatial aggregation available through iDRS is that of the Traffic Zone. The Traffic Zone is a polygon which typically falls along the centre line of roads or the natural geographic boundaries. The survey area is subdivided into traffic zones based on the planning needs of the participating agencies. "
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