Bridge Template

 

Delineation

The limit of BRIDGE is the extent of the span as defined by the edges of the deck and the end abutments.

 

If BRIDGE is < 0.0625" along the shortest axis, and does not meet the

Representation Conditions for a 0-dimensional basic feature object,

then BRIDGE is represented as a 1-dimensional basic feature object.

 

If BRIDGE IS ≥ 0.0625" along the shortest axis, and does not meet the

Representation Conditions for a 0-dimensional basic feature object,

then BRIDGE is represented as a 2-dimensional basic feature object.

 

Data Extraction

Capture Conditions

 

If BRIDGE is ≥ 0.12" along the longest axis and carries a hydrographic feature,

Then capture.

 

Source Interpretation Guidelines

 

All

 

If BRIDGE meets capture conditions and carries CANAL/DITCH.

Then capture both BRIDGE and CANAL/DITCH.

 

If a bridge does not meet capture conditions and carries RAILWAY, ROAD, or TRAIL over CANAL/DITCH or STREAM/RIVER,

Then capture only RAILWAY, ROAD, or TRAIL.

 

If a bridge does not meet capture conditions and carries CANAL/DITCH

over another

CANAL/DITCH or STREAM/RIVER,

Then capture CANAL/DITCH and UNDERPASS to allow definition of the relationship between CANAL/DITCH and the feature over which it passes.

 

If BRIDGE carries multiple features,

Then it is delineated and represented at the greatest horizontal extent.

 

If BRIDGE carries a transportation feature,

Then collect in the theme Transportation.

 

If BRIDGE is captured,

Then also capture UNDERPASS.

 

Graphic

 

Named BRIDGES over double-line drains, symbolized without bridge wing ticks, are captured from shoreline to shoreline.

 

BRIDGES symbolized with bridge wing ticks are captured from wing tick to

wing tick.

 

Revision – General

Revision – Standard

Revision – Limited

 

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