Mobility Corridors

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Publication Date: 20031016
Title: Mobility Corridors
Abstract: Mobility Corridors represents road centerlines along arterials designated "Mobility Corridors" as part of the MaineDOT's statewide Access Management program. A mobility corridor is a non-compact arterial that has a posted speed limit of 40 mph or more and is: part of an arterial corridor between urban compact areas or service centers with an average annual daily traffic of at least 5,000 vehicles per day for at least 50% of it's length; or is part of a retrograde arterial corridor located between mobility arterials. The MaineDOT Access Management program envisions prioritized planning and preservation of Mobility Arterial corridors most at risk of losing capacity, safety, and of decreasing posted speeds, due to increasing development and commuter and visitor pressures.  This dataset was created by Maine Department of Transportation using basemap line work and is designed for use in applications within MaineDOT.
Purpose: Mobility Corridors represents road centerlines along arterials designated "Mobility Corridors" as part of the MEDOT's statewide Access Management program.
Maintenance and Update Frequency: None planned
Theme Keyword Thesaurus: ISO 19115 Topic Categories
Theme Keyword: planningCadastre
Theme Keyword: transportation
Theme Keyword Thesaurus: None
Theme Keyword: transportation
Theme Keyword: planningCadastre
Theme Keyword: public roads
Theme Keyword: mobility corridors
Theme Keyword: safety
Theme Keyword: infrastructure
Theme Keyword: Maine
Theme Keyword: United States
Theme Keyword: Retrograde
Theme Keyword: Arterials
Theme Keyword: Access Management
Theme Keyword: Driveway
Theme Keyword: Permit
Theme Keyword: MaineDOT
Access Constraints: None
Use Constraints: Users must assume responsibility in determining the usability of this data for their purposes. Digital maps retain the accuracy of their source materials. The best use of data mapped at scales of 1:500,000 and 1:250,000 is in statewide planning and studies; at 1:100,000 in regional planning and studies; at 1:62,500 and 1:24,000 in detailed studies and local planning; and at 1:12,000 and 1:5,000 or larger scales in parcel level studies and detailed local planning. In the use of Maine GIS data, please check sources, scale, accuracy, currentness and other available information. Please confirm that you are using the correct copy of both data and metadata from the Maine GIS Data Catalog. Updates, corrections, and feedback, incorporated in the Maine GIS database are made in accordance with "Data Standards for Maine Geographic Information Systems", 2002, and coordinated by MEGIS.
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Contact Organization Primary:
Contact Organization: MaineDOT
Contact Person: Stephen Landry
Contact Position: State Traffic Engineer
Contact Address:
Address Type: mailing
Address: State House Station 16
City: Augusta
State or Province: Maine
Postal Code: 04333
Country: US
Contact Voice Telephone: 207-624-3632
Contact Electronic Mail Address:
Data Set Credit: MaineDOT
Metadata Reference Information:
Metadata Date: 20041016
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Metadata Standard Name: FGDC Content Standard for Digital Geospatial Metadata
Metadata Standard Version: FGDC-STD-001-1998
Metadata Time Convention: local time