For those of you at the Esri Conference, be sure to head to Epsom 1&2 at 4:30pm today to hear a more detailed update on LGGA.
If your Council is not listed below, we would encourage you to attend this session to find out more about the national tracks data structure, which has been adopted by Councils, Department of Conservation and the Walking Access Commission. A national dataset of our tracks is being managed by LINZ and will be used to update the Topo50 map series.
|Great photo from JustMTB.co.nz|
The LGGA team have received positive feedback from those who have adopted the tracks data structure, with Councils identifying benefits for improving their own track data collection.
If you are not at Conference, then take a moment to find out more about the LGGA Tracks project from our blog page.
Tracks data has been supplied by the following:
Bay of Plenty Regional Council, Central Otago District Council, Christchurch City Council, Environment Canterbury, Environment Southland, Greater Wellington Regional Council, Gisbourne District Council, Hastings District Council, Hurunui District Council, Invercargill City Council, Kawerau District Council, Mackenzie District Council, Marlborough District Council, Napier City Council, Nelson City Council, New Plymouth District Council, Opotiki District Council, Palmerston North City Council, Rotorua District Council, Tauranga City Council, Tasman District Council, Timaru District Council, Waikato District Council, Waikato Regional Council, Waipa District Council, Waitaki District Council, Wellington City Council, Western Bay of Plenty and Whakatane District Council.