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    Used within the Travellers Road Information Portal Interactive Map to convey transportation related information in both official languages. Contains information of any event known in advance, including maintenance, construction, or special events, etc. This data is best viewed using Google Earth or similar Keyhole Markup Language (KML) compatible software. For instructions on how to use Google Earth, read the [Google Earth tutorial](http://www.google.com/earth/index.html) **.** This data set is now available via the Ontario 511 Developer API at *[KML]: Keyhole Markup Language

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    Used within the Travellers Road Information Portal Interactive Map to convey transportation related information in both official languages. Contains a list of the 23 service centres managed by the Ministry of Transportation along Highway 401 from Windsor to the Quebec border, and along a portion of Highway 400 north of Toronto. This data is best viewed using Google Earth or similar Keyhole Markup Language (KML) compatible software. For instructions on how to use Google Earth, read the [Google Earth tutorial](http://www.google.com/earth/index.html) **.** This dataset is now available via the [Ontario 511 Developer API](https://511on.ca/developers/doc) *[KML]: Keyhole Markup Language

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    This data provides modelled average hourly traffic count information by weekday/weekend. Commercial vehicles and autos data is collected at Commercial Vehicle Survey locations (latitude/longitude) on provincial highways at border crossings. This data is used to model hourly estimates of passenger and commercial traffic volumes across ontario.

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    This data provides core information on truck travel and commodity flows on the provincial highway network and other significant truck corridors. It includes the basic commercial vehicle information data set. This data is used by MTO's Systems Analysis and Forecasting Office to monitor truck volumes,value of goods and performance on major roadways within Ontario. *[MTO]: Ministry of Transportation

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    This data provides core information on truck travel and commodity flows on the provincial highway network and other significant truck corridors. It provide ESAL information for all provincial highways and other significant truck corridors by road segment. *[ESAL]: Equivalent Single Axle Load

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    Interchanges are shown on the Official Road Map of Ontario (ORM) as information for the travelling public. This feature class includes all interchanges on provincial highways as well as interchanges on other roads (eg. Municipal, outside of Ontario and US) that are shown on the ORM. *[ORM]: Official Road Map *[eg.]: for example *[US]: United States

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    The Ontario Railway Network (ORWN) is seven data classes that use the federal GEOBASE standard for the National Railway Network (NRWN) geospatial data. The seven data classes include: * track * crossing * junctions * marker posts * structure lines * structure points * stations Although the ORWN is mainly used as base data for cartographic products, users will also get railway-associated attributes.

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    The Ontario Dam Inventory (ODI) is an inventory of medium and large dams throughout Ontario. It uses a point-based system (x, y location) to identify each dam location. The ODI does not contain: * small dams * small water control structures * beaver dams * water crossings * road embankments * locks * falls * rapids * culverts Each dam location has an identifier that can be used to link to other dam information databases.

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    Used within the Travellers Road Information Portal Interactive Map to convey transportation related information in both official languages. Contains the locations of High Occupancy Vehicle lanes. This data is best viewed using Google Earth or similar Keyhole Markup Language (KML) compatible software. For instructions on how to use Google Earth, read the [Google Earth tutorial](http://www.google.com/earth/index.html) **.** This data set is now available via the Ontario 511 Developer API at *[KML]: Keyhole Markup Language

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    The Cordon Count Data (CCD) includes directional traffic counts at selected sites to understand how vehicles and people move across the region. Traffic data includes the number of vehicles as well as the number of passengers transported by different vehicle types and the transit system. The interval of CCD collection varies 2-3 years across agencies. CCD provides data for three time periods: 13 hours, AM peak periods, and PM peak periods. Summary data are provided for these three time periods for different screen lines, and directions. *[CCD]: Cordon Count Data