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Routes that cruise ships travel off the coast of BC
This dataset identifies the geographic locations of marine ports, terminals, shipyards, and harbours on the west coast of British Columbia. The points were reviewed and cross referenced with government and industry data sources for geographic and attribute data accuracy.
The locations of coastal British Columbia marine navigation hazards
This theme represents official maintained trails in Glenbow Ranch Provincial Park.
A list of the locations, web addresses and attributes regarding Ministry owned highway web cameras. Attributes include name, location (latitude, longitude, highway), compass orientation, update frequency (seconds), hosting credit, name, camera identifier.
A Retaining Wall is a structure designed to protect the road infrastructure by retaining materials on the fill side to prevent road bed slips and by retaining materials on the cut side to prevent the road surface from being covered by debris. Retaining walls that are greater than or equal to 2m in height are stored in the MoT Bridge Structure Road dataset. It is a Linear feature
The Road Features Inventory spatial layer shows all highways under the administration and control of BC MoT for which the Ministry has maintenance responsibility
A Culvert is a pipe (less than 3m in diameter) or half-round flume used to transport or drain water under or away from the road and/or right of way. Culverts that are greater than or equal to 3m in diameter are stored in the MoT Bridge Structure Road Dataset. It is a Point feature
The location of coastal British Columbia marine and freshwater kayaking routes
The NRN product is distributed in the form of thirteen provincial or territorial datasets and consists of two linear entities (Road Segment and Ferry Connection Segment) and three punctual entities (Junction, Blocked Passage, Toll Point) with which is associated a series of descriptive attributes such as, among others: First House Number, Last House Number, Street Name Body, Place Name, Functional Road Class, Pavement Status, Number Of Lanes, Structure Type, Route Number, Route Name, Exit Number. The development of the NRN was realized by means of individual meetings and national workshops with interested data providers from the federal, provincial, territorial and municipal governments. In 2005, the NRN edition 2.0 was alternately adopted by members from the Inter-Agency Committee on Geomatics (IACG) and the Canadian Council on Geomatics (CCOG). The NRN content largely conforms to the ISO 14825 from ISO/TC 204.