NSGIC Mid-Year Meeting

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NSGIC Mid-Year Meeting

  1. 1. Strategic Planning for Transportation for the Nation (TFTN)NSGIC Mid-yearProject Status<br />Steve Lewis<br />Geospatial Information Officer, USDOT<br />Director, Office of Geospatial Information Systems, USDOT/RITA/BTS<br />February, 2011<br />
  2. 2. Overview & Agenda<br />Project is winding down<br />Final report content and outline is set<br />Writing underway<br />Share the final vision<br />Get your input on the current direction<br />Not too late for some strategic tweaking<br />Identify next steps<br />
  3. 3. Volunteered Geographic Information - VGI (e.g., OpenStreetMap)<br />Potential Vision for TFTNLots of roles, lots of collaborating actors<br />Produce<br />Aggregate & Publish<br />Catalyze &Standardize<br />Opportunity for authoritative sources to detect data updates<br />Private Sector Partnership<br />Engagement w/ County or Regional Govts.<br />US-DOTvia HPMS<br />US Censusvia TIGER<br />US-DOTTrans. Products<br />State DOTs<br />Private Sector Value Add Products<br /><ul><li>HPMS annual reporting requirement
  4. 4. Opens funding
  5. 5. Develops standards
  6. 6. Products support broader US-DOT business needs, such as Safety
  7. 7. Ability to provide funding support to local entities
  8. 8. Existing, branded product
  9. 9. Existing staffing resources for Nationwide data integration
  10. 10. Expertise in nationwide data assemblage
  11. 11. Expertise in nationwide data publishing
  12. 12. States choose their own methods
  13. 13. Coordination with state E911 and NG911 efforts
  14. 14. All roads</li></li></ul><li>Seven case studies will be included<br />Recommendation from NSGIC annual<br />Case studies are helpful to states<br />OH: Example of state activating counties<br />NY: Example of state-private sector partnership for centerlines<br />MI: Example of a state GIS office assisting a state DOT<br />KY: Statewide, multi-purpose centerline used for HPMS, E-911, etc.<br />VA Counties: Example of multiple counties collaborating for centerlines<br />WA Pooled Funds Study: Example of a multi-state, regional effort<br />I-95 Corridor Study: Example of multi-state data assemblage challenges<br />
  15. 15. Next steps<br />Incorporate feedback from this discussion<br />Complete writing<br />Provide document for review by:<br />Project Steering Committee<br />FGDC and NGAC<br />Present document at GIS-T (March 28-30)<br />Public release of the document<br />On to the Business Plan<br />Identify funding<br />More detailed design, prototyping & business case<br />
  16. 16. Discussion questions<br />We’d appreciate your input…<br />
  17. 17. Open Question #1<br />Is this level of Federal collaboration possible (e.g. between US-DOT and Census)?<br />If not, why not?<br />
  18. 18. Open Question #2<br />Role and futures of VGI/OSM and relationship to “authoritative sources?”<br />Who (besides MapQuest) believes that OSM may become (or already is) an authoritative source?<br />
  19. 19. Open Question #3<br />What is the real potential for a public/private partnership?<br />Is this a workable model?<br />At least one nationwide data provider has relayed active interest<br />
  20. 20. Open Question #4<br />Anything else that’s on your mind…<br />
  21. 21. Additional Questions?<br />Steve Lewis<br />(202) 366-9223<br />steve.lewis@dot.gov<br />http://www.tftn.org<br />

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