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THIS INNOVATIVE MAPPING TOOL 
CONSISTS OF THREE INTERACTIVE MAPS

The first map is an overall resource that identifies planned as well as funded transportation projects, MATA stops and routes, bridges, proposed and existing bicycle facilities, federal roadway functional classifications, municipal boundaries, and more.

The second map displays projects identified in the Regional Transportation Plan (RTP) and the third map displays the Transportation Improvement Program (TIP).

Use this step-by-step process to find information, create custom maps, and even send it to a friend.

overall resource map

HOW-TO-USE GUIDE LEGEND

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Click: "Projects" for the "TIP" & "RTP" data. "Transportation Infrastructure" for airports, bridges, MATA terminals, bus stops, and routes, bicycle facilities, and functional classifications. "Administrative boundaries" for municipal, county, urbanized areas, and MPO boundaries.

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Click: "Switch to: RTP or TIP" to view either data set for more specific project information. Then save your data as a PDF map or an Excel table.

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Click: "Zoom to street address" to type in a location in order to find an area of your interest and then see the map zoom to the location of your choice.

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Click: Select a specific map feature to identify more details.

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Click: "Print map: Export PDF" to print your map in 8.5" x 11" or 11" x 17" (portrait or landscape) formats.

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Click: "Save Data: Download CSV" to save the project attribute data in an Excel format (Comma Separated Version).

TIP map
RTP map