Since 2003, AGRC has maintained a statewide aggregation of road centerline GIS layers, sourced from local data stewards. The road centerlines layer is one of the hardest working GIS data assets in the state, with many high profile uses.
Occasionally, AGRC revisits the data schema, and that time has come again. The two main drivers for this latest review are the Next Gen 911 GIS Requirements and the FHWA's all roads network reporting requirements for DOTs. If you are a roads data steward or user, please review the new schema,
and send any feedback to AGRC.