One Maryland One Centerline (OMOC) Snap-to Points

What are Snap-to Points?
Snap-to points, also known as touch points, are used to help with edge-matching of roadway centerline geometry between neighboring jurisdictions to establish a seamless roadway network. These points are used ​to identify transition in authoritative centerline geometry between federal, state, county and municipal roadways.

The locations of snap-to points are reviewed and mutually agreed upon between representatives in neighboring jurisdictions to reflect where maintenance of authoritative road centerline geometry starts and stops. These points do not represent political boundaries, and may or may not represent jurisdictional responsi­bility for physical roadway maintenance.

Many local jurisdictions within central Maryland have completed a snap-to point spatial dataset as part of a project coordinated by the Baltimore Metropolitan Council (BMC). The Maryland State Highway Administration (SHA) will leverage these efforts into an edge-matched regional road centerline dataset through use of existing snap-to points and expansion of the collaborative process to the remaining Maryland counties, neighboring states, and the District of Columbia.

The One Maryland One Centerline Team is finalizing an application for reviewing snap-to points between Maryland's local jurisdictions and neighboring states. This application is built utilizing Esri's ArcGIS Online application framework, providing all participants with a means to collaboratively edge-match road centerlines. Training and technical support for evaluation of snap-to points will be provided.

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