Interactive Street Classifications Map Guide

Guide
A guide to navigating street classifications maps

Street classifications describe the intended current and future transportation functions of a street. The 2035 Transportation System Plan has seven street classifications: traffic; transit; pedestrian; bicycle; freight; design; and emergency response. These classifications are displayed on an interactive map. This guide can be used to assist in navigating the street classifications map. 

Use the interactive street classifications map

 You may also review additional information on street classifications, including a PDF version of the street classifications.


This is the default map for Street Classifications

1. The street classifications map automatically defaults to show the traffic classifications. It does not show the other street classifications (i.e. bike, pedestrian classifications) unless they are selected. 


This shows how to display street classifications on the map

2. To select the classifications that you want to display on the map, click on the arrow next the the blue check mark next to Transportation System Plan. This will create a drop down menu where you can turn on and off the classifications types you want to display on the map by checking the box next to the classifications type. You can display multiple classifications at the same time by selecting checking on multiple boxes.


This shows how to display street classifications legends on the map

3. To display the legend for the classification, click on the arrow next to the classification.


This shows how to select street classifications for a specific street

4. To display the classification for a specific street, click on the street on the map, or search for an address. A box will appear with the street name and classification. When multiple street classifications are selected, there is an arrow that can be used to navigate between the classifications.

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