Mapping & GIS
PJ Smith has access to ArcGIS 10.2 and conducts research on geospatial trends utilizing the best available data from local and regional planning agencies. For work within the 7-County Central Florida Region, PJ Smith develops mapping products within Florida exclusively through his role at the East Central Florida Regional Planning Council as the Senior GIS Analyst. Please visit cfgis.org for more information.
Orlando Metro Area Mapping
SunRail and Brownfield Sites
Sites with potential for T.O.D.
Orlando, FL Metro Area
The Route Condition Tool
Roadway Context/Safety Algorithm
Coastal Mapping and Analysis
NOAA Certified: Coastal Inundation Mapping (2014)
NOAA Certified: Coastal Risk Adaptation (2014)
Satellite Beach, FL
Year 2100 Sea Level Rise Inundation
Coastal Hazard Vulnerability Analysis
Sea Level Rise, Storm Surge, Hurricanes, Flooding, HazMat, Water Quality Studies
What will Orlando become?
With the onset of SunRail in 2014, Orlando-area leaders are in the perfect position to rethink how one of the world's most visited and well-known urban areas will grow into the future.
While SunRail connects a number of residences and jobs within the existing urban fabric of East Central Florida, there are numerous places that can be 'connected' to the existing railway network to garner substantial return on investment on taxpayer dollars while incorporating sustainable, energy-efficient and infrastructure-efficient regional growth strategies.
This begins with the tourism corridor and Orlando Internation Airport, areas of East Central Florida that are currently accessible only by the automobile. Leveraging these regional assets with transit connections can generate excellent 'non-local' revenues from local investment.
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