To edit street data in ArcGIS it is imperative to uderstand the rules that are required to maintain the integrity of street data. Streets must be drawn and attributed properly to allow applications that use this data - street maintenance, computer-aided dispatch, and others - to accurately locate an address and for networking applications to route vehicles along these roads. This course will teach you the rules concerning the direction the lines need to be digitized, where lines need to be split and connected, and how to draw cul-de-sacs, overpasses and other stsreet features. It also teaches how to use standard data QC tools in ArcGIS Desktop (geodatabase topology, attribute queries, symbology, and more) to make sure that your data is clean and accurate.
This course is intended for those who are comfortable with ArcGIS Desktop and want to learn how to properly create and edit street centerline data. It is the right companion to take after "Adressing in ArcGIS for NextGen 9-1-1"
Prerequisites: Knowledge of Microsoft Windows® and working knowledge of ArcGIS Desktop along with a basic understanding about how addressing works.