Designing Geodatabases for Transportation provides guidance on how to design a geographic information system (GIS) to manage data for transportation facilities and services and how to address the many problems unique to transportation data and related business processes. This book shows what works and serves as a best-practice template for implementing geodatabases for transportation applications and communicates a practical database-design process for geographic information systems for transportation (GIS-T) users. While the focus is in a transportation context, the principles presented in this book are applicable across many disciplines.
Transportation geodatabases have historically been hard to construct or to change. Designing Geodatabases for Transportation explains how to build a geodatabase in a manner that enables flexibility and use by multiple parties as well as solutions to solve existing problems created by unsystematic design.
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