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Integrating Spatial Data to Facilitate Multi-Jurisdictional Planning
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When: Wednesday, September 18
3:00 to 4:00 pm Eastern
Contact: Debra Goeks

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Integrating Spatial Data to Develop Community Priorities

Learn how collaborative mapping can be a planning tool for regional networks. This webinar will describe a large, multi-jurisdictional collaborative planning process in Collin County, Texas (north of Dallas) that resulted in a Regional Trails Master Plan. (In this part of Texas, the term trail most often refers to a shared use path.) Collin County covers 886 square miles and comprises 31 cities and towns, ranging from urban/suburban to rural. Learn how these municipalities combined existing maps and GIS data to develop an inventory of destinations and existing and planned facilities. This database became the basis of the RTMP, which prioritizes corridors, addresses gaps and linkages between municipalities, and provides a tool to evaluate funding requests and coordinate projects.

Continuing Education Credits: APBP will provide an attendance certificate to those who document their professional development hours; each 60-minute webinar provides one hour of training (.1 CEU). APBP applies to the AICP for  Certification Maintenance credit for each webinar.

The fee to purchase a site license is $50 for APBP members, $85 for non-APBP members. Each site license includes one phone connection (toll charges apply, or use VoIP), one Internet connection, one set of handouts for unlimited attendees in the same location, and access to the recording. (You may be required to download free software from Citrix GoToMeeting in order to participate in the webinar.) APBP accepts Visa, MasterCard or AMEX. For more information, contact Debra Goeks (262-228-7025 or info at   


APBP thanks these generous sponsors for underwriting the webinar: