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Infrastructure - Bridges

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This metadata information is subject to our disclaimer. Metadata information presented here is maintained manually. Therefore, date-sensitive fields such as date of last update may not be up-to-date. All metadata is subject to errors inherent in a manual process.

Descriptive nameInfrastructure - Bridges
File nameti_bridg
Spatial domainPima County
Abstractti_bridg displays Pima County bridges which are digitized from either improvement or construction plans as lines
Changed from Polygon to Line April 3, 2023
Known errors/qualificationsLayer is currently in maintenance with data being checked for spatial accuracy, links to plans and missing attributes. Lines are intended to show a general relationship to streets and nearby parcels. Please refer to engineering drawings for exact locations of polygon features on this layer.
Feature typeline
Feature count 80
Thumbnail Map ti_bridg.pdf PDF file format   (361,666 bytes, PDF created 10/06/2023 )
ProjectionNAD83 HPGN (Parameters)
Field/value metadata Field metadata
Source organizationPC DOT EIM
Source contact
Source document or file name
Source date1996
Source scale 1:24,000
Source formatShape
Date of last data update
(This date may not be current.)
Last data update byLinda Sargarnaga
Date/time last touched - Meaning? 2023-10-05  06:05 PM - Enterprise GDB - Library input format
  2023-10-05  07:02 PM - Shapefile
  See coverage files, if any, for date.
Lineageinfrapts shape file to ti_bridg feature class
On maintenance?Yes
Maintenance organizationPC DOT Engineering Information Mgmt
Maintenance frequencyVaries
Maintenance descriptionGIS technicians are creating new features by digiting bridges from improvement or construction plans via ArcMap. Derived attributes are created through a model process programmed by Elisabeth vanderLeeuw. That process also converts the feature class to shape file format which is copied to gislib.

Trigger: Feature class edits cause a database trigger to do post-edit processing, including calculating the URL field value from other feature fields.
Original conversion byCecilia Perez/Wendy Counes
Pima County ITD GIS contactPauline Loftus
Alternate Pima County ITD GIS contacte-mail address
On  Pima County Geospatial Data Portal? No

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