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Road Centerline Data Standard for Minnesota, Draft Version 0.6

The purpose of this standard is to provide a single, commonly accepted set of attribute specifications (field name, type, length, and order) for transferring and aggregating road centerline data in Minnesota for a wide variety of purposes. It is intended to be used when data are being transferred between organizations. Its use will improve the ability to share data resources by reducing incompatibilities when acquiring, processing and disseminating road centerline data.

This standard has been proposed by the NG9-1-1 Standards Workgroup. This proposed standard integrates the Metro Regional Centerlines Collaborative (MRCC v. 1.7) Standard and key attributes identified by the NG9-1-1 Standards Workgroup.

Public Review Comments on Version 0.6

Draft version 0.6 was published for a 45-day stakeholder review and comment period from January 28 - March 13, 2019.

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Public Review Comments on Earlier Version 0.5

The following comments on draft version 0.5 of the proposed standard were submitted during a 60-day stakeholder review period, April 9 - June 8, 2018. The Standards Committee of the Minnesota Geospatial Advisory Council reviewed these comments during its July 18 and October 25, 2018 meetings.

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