Virginia Department of Transportation's (VDOT) GIS Integrator
The GIS Integrator is an enterprise spatial data warehouse that is VDOT's major repository for viewing, reporting, documenting, and analyzing geospatial information. VDOT’s GIS Integrator also houses data from other state agencies, including the state Departments of Environmental Quality, Game and Inland Fisheries, and Conservation and Recreation for use in enterprise applications. Currently, the GIS Integrator contains over 150 data layers, which are reviewed and updated on a mutually agreeable schedule with source agencies, although sensitive information is redacted from publicly-available data sets.
GIS Applications for Livability Considerations: Peer Exchange Summary Report
Report now available online
FHWA’s Office of Planning (HEPP) recently published the report "GIS Applications for Livability Considerations." The report, which is available here, provides a summary of a 2-day peer exchange held in July 2011 in Boulder, Colorado. The peer exchange was sponsored by FHWA HEPP and hosted by the City of Boulder. It convened several transportation agencies from around the country to discuss applications of GIS to support livability considerations, objectives, and goals.