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No Cut Pavement Moratorium

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Descriptive nameNo Cut Pavement Moratorium
File namepavmorat
Spatial domainPima County
AbstractThe No Cut Pavement Moratorium layer was created for Development Services to have a visual of those CIP, Bond, RTA and certain Pavement Preservation Projects that the pavement cannot be cut into for a period of 5 years starting at the notification of Substantial Construction Completion Acceptance.
Known errors/qualificationsWhen linear feature such as this are migrated to Roads & Highways certain processes will change.
Feature typeline
Feature count 1,416
Thumbnail Map pavmorat.pdf PDF file format   (483,773 bytes, PDF created 11/30/2022 )
ProjectionNAD83 HPGN (Parameters)
Rectificationunknown
Field/value metadata Field metadata
Source organizationPCDOT
Source contactDOT Staff -
Source document or file nameAs-Built or Memorandum of Acceptance (RAM)
Source date20220215
Source scale
Source formatPaper
Date of last data update
(This date may not be current.)
20190312
Last data update byMax Meshel
Date/time last touched - Meaning? 2022-11-30  09:13 PM - Enterprise GDB - Library input format
  2022-11-30  02:04 AM - Shapefile - Back-level date-time by 19.15 hours
  See coverage files, if any, for date.
Lineage
On maintenance?Yes
Maintenance organizationMARIS (fka EIM Mapping & Records)
Maintenance frequencyVaries
Maintenance descriptionWhen an acceptance of Substantial Construction Completion is issued, MARIS (formerly known as EIM mapping & records) will receive a copy. This list to be added to the dataset will be provided by PCDOT Engineering Staff to the GIS Manager of ITD/GIS Data Management(Claire Logue/Al Jimenez)to be assigned to the GIS techs. The line feature is created and attributed by one of the GIS techs. The Documents are scanned and uploaded into OnBase.
Original conversion byMARIS (aka EIM Mapping & Records)
Pima County ITD GIS contactClaire Logue
Alternate Pima County ITD GIS contacte-mail address
On  Pima County Geospatial Data Portal? No

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