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This feature class consists of the trail routes on the Tonto National Forest. It is part of the USFS Southwestern Region Core Data Project. This project is designed to generate and maintain 15 vertically integrated resource data layers which are standardized across the Southwestern Region. A route feature stores the spatial locations (geography) of the trail. These feature classes have an (M) value or measure on their vertices. A route system depicts all trails within or in close proximity to an administrative unit. A trail is a linear feature constructed for the purpose of allowing the free movement of people, stock, or Off Highway Vehicles (OHV). Route measurements and route directions must correspond to those...
This service contains vector datasets for the UI Moscow campus published by UI Facilities Services. Most data are current only to 2005.
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This feature class consists of the trail routes on the Coronado National Forest. It is part of the USFS Southwestern Region Core Data Project. This project is designed to generate and maintain 15 vertically integrated resource data layers which are standardized across the Southwestern Region. A route feature stores the spatial locations (geography) of the trail. These feature classes have an (M) value or measure on their vertices. A route system depicts all trails within or in close proximity to an administrative unit. A trail is a linear feature constructed for the purpose of allowing the free movement of people, stock, or Off Highway Vehicles (OHV). Route measurements and route directions must correspond to those...
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Bicycle friendly cities of the United States as of September 2010, as determined by the League of American Bicyclists. Cities are displayed according to their award ranking. According to the League of American Bicyclists - "Applicant communities for League of American Bicyclists awards are judged in five categories often referred to as the Five Es. These are Engineering, Education, Encouragement, Enforcement, and Evaluation & Planning. A community must demonstrate achievements in each of the five categories in order to be considered for an award. Communities with more significant achievements in these areas receive superior awards."


    map background search result map search result map UI Moscow Campus U.S. Bicycle Friendly Communities, 2010 BLM REA MAR 2012 Trail - MAR BLM REA MAR 2012 Trail 1 - MAR UI Moscow Campus BLM REA MAR 2012 Trail 1 - MAR BLM REA MAR 2012 Trail - MAR U.S. Bicycle Friendly Communities, 2010