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  • 1. What’s New with CRGIS? Bureau for Historic Preservation
  • 2. http://crgis.state.pa.us http://phmc.info/pacrgis Bureau for Historic Preservation
  • 3. Bureau for Historic Preservation
  • 4. Bureau for Historic Preservation
  • 5. Bureau for Historic Preservation
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  • 7. Additional Changes/Upgrades• Spatial search results are displayed in the legend so that they can be turned on and off• Users can now send attachments through the Feedback Form• Easier login for PUBLIC Users; a simple click rather than typing public password• CRGIS is now Internet Explorer 9 compliant• Users now have more options to search by “Action Status” of all Historic Properties • Exs. “Project PATH Submission”, “NPS: Eligible”, “Agency: Not Eligible”• Archaeological Surveys can now be successfully searched by Report Type• New “About CRGIS” button at http://crgis.state.pa.us webpage • contains link with latest updates to the site Bureau for Historic Preservation
  • 8. Coming Soon• Bridges can be mapped by using PennDOT’s BRKey#• Multi-segment linear spatial search• Zipcode not necessary for Address search from main (AOI) page This time next year…• CRGIS compatibility with more browser platforms Ex. Firefox, Chrome, Opera• Total redesign of “Ask ReGIS” database search tool Bureau for Historic Preservation