NOACA's GIS Portal allows users to access and interact with our data in an interactive and clickable web-based mapping environment. The data contained on this site has been collected from within the region or created by NOACA staff and helps in the regional planning process.

Data layers are grouped into categories by topic or focus in tabs/icons along the top of the page:

     NOACA GIS 

 

Bike and Ped

Bike & Pedestrian

  • Bike & Pedestrian Counts
  • Sidewalk Inventory
  • Trails Leadership Network (TLN)
  • Priority Bikeway Network
  • Bike Suitability
Environmental

Environmental

  • Environmental Justice Areas
  • Sub Watershed Boundaries
  • Watershed Boundaries
 Freight

 Freight

  • Railroad Lines
  • Railroad Crossings
  • Freight Counts 2010-2014
  • Freight Land Use
  • Intermodal Connectors
Planning

Planning

  • Urban Core Communities
  • Technical Assistance Projects (TA)
  • Transportation Improvement Program 2016-2019 (TIP)
  • Facility Planning Areas (FPA)
  • Long Range Transportation Plan (LRTP)
  • Transportation for Livable Communities Initiative (TLCI)
Roads

Roads

  • Pavement Condition Ratings
  • Functional Class 2014
  • Bridge Inventory
Safety

Safety

  • Crashes 2010-2014
  • Intersection Crashes 2010-2014
  • Crash Frequency
  • Crash Rate
  • Road Safety Audits
Socio Economic

Socio Economic

  • Urban & Rural Area Populations 2010
  • Municipal Boundary Population 1950-2010
  • Job Density
  • TAZ – Jobs 2012
  • Urban Area 2010
  • Census Tracts Elderly Population 2010
  • Census Tracts Zero Population 2010
  • Census Tracts Disabled Population 2010
  • Census Tracts LEP Households 2010
  • Census Tracts Minority Households 2010
  • Census Tracts Poverty Households 2010
Traffic

Traffic

  • Truck Counts
  • Traffic Counts
  • Downtown Cleveland Parking Inventory
  • Congestion Management Process (CMP)
Transit

Transit

  • BTA
  • SARTA
  • PARTA
  • METRO
  • MCPT
  • LCT
  • LAKETRAN
  • GCRTA

Layer

Layer

  • NOACA Planning Area
  • Land Use
  • NOACA County Boundaries

 How to use the interactive map

  • Click the Layer button at the top of the page and select the data layer(s) you’re interested in. Each layer displays a different set of characteristics from NOACA’s five-county roadway network.
  • Click the Legend button at the top of the page to find out how to interpret the color coding.
  • Use the zoom tool to find specific locations for data queries. Note: Not all data are available in all areas.
  • Use the hand tool to adjust the map view location.
  • Road segment query results appear in a pop-up box. Scroll to the bottom of the box and click “add to results” to save, compile and print results.
This information should be used for planning purposes only and is considered a work in progress. We are continually working to expand this system with more layers of data.

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Last updated: 9/21/2017 12:52:02 PM