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Roads Turn Restrictions Table

This table indicates identifies road segments on which it is prohibited to turn from one road to another (e.g. no left turns). It can be used for routing purposes when linked to DMTI’s roads layer.

Supporting documentation is available in the Data Dictionary and User Manual

Roads Delta Line

This layer depicts the location and status (i.e. new or modified) or changes to the RoadsLine layer made during the last quarter.

Additional tables and supporting documentation are available in the Data Dictionary and User Manual.

Ice Roads Line

This layer includes all ice roads in Canada (a subset of the RoadsLine layer).

Associated routing tables and other attribute tables are available to download in the additional downloads section. These tables can be joined to the road layer using the unique "RDS_ID" field.

Supporting documentation is available in the Data Dictionary and User Manual.

Winter Roads Table

This table contains the rough opening month, closing month, and duration of time open (in months) for ice road segments in the RoadsLine layer, where this information is known. Information is necessarily general, as roads’ opening and closing times vary from year to year based on weather and construction resources.

This table can be joined to DMTI’s roads layer via the unique street identifier. Supporting documentation is available in the Data Dictionary and User Manual.

Aboriginal Boundaries Bands Table

This table indicates which aboriginal bands are associated with a given land parcel in the AboriginalBoundariesRegion file.

This table can be joined to DMTI’s Aboriginal Boundaries Region layer via the unique boundary identifier. Supporting documentation is available in the Data Dictionary and User Manual.

Refineries Point

This layer indicates the point locations of refineries, any facility that separates and converts crudeoil or other feedstock into liquid petroleum products.

Additional tables and supporting documentation are available in the Data Dictionary and User Manual.

Natural Gas Processing Plants Point

This layer indicates the point locations of natural gas processing plants, facilities designed to recover natural gas liquids from a stream of natural gas.

Additional tables and supporting documentation are available in the Data Dictionary and User Manual.

Transit Line

This layer indicates all the rail lines in Canada that are part of an urban transit system. This includes structures like rail tunnels and bridges.

Additional tables and supporting documentation are available in the Data Dictionary and User Manual.

Note: Prior to 2017, this dataset was included in the RailAndTransitLine layer.

Roads Surface Table

This table indicates the road surface types for features in DMTI’s roads layer.

This table can be joined to DMTI’s roads layer via the unique street identifier. Supporting documentation is available in the Data Dictionary and User Manual

Liquefied Natural Gas Terminals Point

This layer indicates the point locations of industrial complexes for importing or exporting liquified natural gas.

Additional tables and supporting documentation are available in the Data Dictionary and User Manual.

Roads Truck Restrictions Table

This table indicates truck restrictions and is used for routing purposes when linked to DMTI’s roads layer. Truck Restrictions identify streets designated as heavy truck routes as defined by municipalities.

Supporting documentation is available in the Data Dictionary and User Manual

Shipping Lanes Line

This layer contains generalized representations of shipping routes that are known to serve remote population centres, and is attributed with the name of the company/organization that runs the route. Lines form a routable network with end points at features in the PopulatedPlaceNamePoint layer.

Supporting documentation is available in the Data Dictionary and User Manual.

Roads Table

This table is used to aid in routing logistics by providing additional road segment information when linked to the DMTI’s roads layer via the unique street identifier.

Supporting documentation is available in the Data Dictionary and User Manual

Railway Line

This layer indicates all the rail lines in Canada, other than those forming part of an urban transit system. This includes, but is not limited to, main rail lines, sidetracks and abandoned rail lines as well as structures like rail tunnels and bridges.

Additional tables and supporting documentation are available in the Data Dictionary and User Manual.

Note: Prior to 2017, this dataset was included in the RailAndTransitLine layer.

Roads Alt Street Type Table

This table contains the alternate bilingual street type present for the street names.

This table can be joined to DMTI’s roads layer via the unique street identifier. Supporting documentation is available in the Data Dictionary and User Manual

Roads Label Table

This table is used to display the names of roads in proper case (mixed-case) format when linked to the Roads layer.

This table can be joined to DMTI’s roads layer via the unique street identifier. Supporting documentation is available in the Data Dictionary and User Manual.

Address Delta Point

This layer depicts the location and status (i.e. new or modified) or changes to the AddressPoints layer made during the last quarter.

Additional tables and supporting documentation are available in the Data Dictionary and User Manual.

Shaded Relief Table

This layer provides a more textured look-and-feel to the map when viewing it across large areas.

Roads CSD Table

This table contains the corresponding historical census subdivision (CSD) values from 1996 to 2011 for each side of the road segment in DMTI's roads layer

This table can be joined to DMTI’s roads layer via the unique street identifier. Supporting documentation is available in the Data Dictionary and User Manual

Roads Routing Table

A look up table with routing information to be used in conjunction with DMTI’s roads layer.

This table can be joined to DMTI’s roads layer via the unique street identifier. Supporting documentation is available in the Data Dictionary and User Manual

Network Data Set

This dataset contains a geodatabase that includes network dataset junctions, network dataset edges, roads network and restriction network files. It can be used for network analysis purpose.

Additional tables and supporting documentation are available in the Data Dictionary and User Manual.

Roads Source Table

This table contains information for about the acquisition sources and techniques for each feature in DMTI’s roads layer.

This table can be joined to DMTI’s roads layer via the unique street identifier. Supporting documentation is available in the Data Dictionary and User Manual

Mississauga Official Plan 2010 Land Use Area

City of Mississauga digital mapping data contains very detailed topographic and planning information clipped to the City of Mississauga municipal boundary based on a scale of 1:2,000.

This data set contains the Mississauga Official Plan 2010 Land Use area. The Plan's policies are designed to manage and direct the next stage of the city's growth - redevelopment and intensification. They will help the city adapt to the effects of growth on the social, economic, cultural and natural environment.

Mississauga Impervious

The City of Mississauga digital mapping data contains very detailed topographic and planning information clipped to the City of Mississauga municipal boundary based on a scale of 1:2,000.

This data set contains water-impervious surfaces for the City of Mississauga, Ontario.

Mississauga Laterals

The City of Mississauga digital mapping data contains very detailed topographic and planning information clipped to the City of Mississauga municipal boundary based on a scale of 1:2,000.

This data set contains the laterals of underground storm sewers located in the City of Mississauga, Ontario.

Ontario Hydro Network (OHN) - Waterbodies

The Ontario Hydro Network (OHN) Waterbody data is available several scales.

These products are intended primarily for cartographic and web mapping display purposes, not intended for analytical work. All analytical work should be conducted using medium scale Ontario Hydro Network data.

These data classes are complimented by Ontario Hydro Network Small Scale Watercourse and Ontario Hydro Network Small Scale Shoreline available at the same 7 scales.

Ontario Hydro Network (OHN) - Shoreline

Revision Note: Please note that this dataset has been revised and is available from the Land Information Ontario (LIO) Warehouse.

The derived line between water and land. This class is derived from waterbody and used for cartographic purposes and web mapping services.

Supplementary look-up data tables are used and are referenced in the additional documentation - SNIF report.

Ontario Hydro Network (OHN) - Watercourse

Revision Note: Please note that this dataset has been revised and is available from the Land Information Ontario (LIO) Warehouse.

Watercourse are line features (natural and manmade) that describe various realizations of flowing water at a medium scale of 1:10K in Southern Ontario, 1:20K in Northern Ontario and 1:50K in the Far North.

Supplementary look-up data tables are used and are referenced in the additional documentation - SNIF report.

Ontario Hydro Network (OHN) - Hydrographic

Revision Note: Please note that this dataset has been revised and is available from the Land Information Ontario (LIO) Warehouse

Natural or manmade features that occur on waterbodies or watercourses which may pose hazards or impediments to waterflow or navigation. Some features are represented as all three types, point, line and polygon for use at different scales while other features are represented only as points or lines or polygons.

· Falls - A perpendicular or steep drop in a body of water over which water flows.

· Rapids - A fast-flowing, often turbulent, section of a body of water, generally containing exposed rocks or boulders.

· Rocks - A rock or earthen formation always visible above the water surface.

· Dam - A feature representing an obstacle that disturbs or impedes the flow of surface water, excluding beaver dams, water-crossings and culverts.

· Hydro Wall - A manmade structure built in a waterbody and possibly extending onshore, or built along a waterbody forming the shoreline, that does not allow water to pass under it, but allows water to pass around it. Hydro walls may extend along and/or may be contained within a waterbody, and may include wharfs, docks, piers, jetties, headwalls, groynes, locks, berms or embankments.

· Lock-Gate - A gate on a navigable canal used to raise or lower the water level so that boats may pass from one level to another.

· Sea Lamprey Barrier - A feature on a watercourse or waterbody that forms a barrier (either electrical or physical) to the migration of Sea Lamprey.

· Wreck - The remains of a grounded ship that is partially above the water surface.

Supplementary look-up data tables are used and are referenced in the additional documentation - SNIF report.

 


 

 

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