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Highway Curves in Colorado 2021

Highway curvatures in sections across Colorado. Contains detailed data for state highways, including curvature from the Colorado Department of Transportation (CDOT).

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NameSocrata field nameColumn name in sgr mountData typeDescription
ROUTErouterouteTextCDOT route identifier
REFPTrefptrefptNumberbegin reference point (related to mileposts)
ENDREFPTendrefptendrefptNumberend reference point (related to mileposts)
RUNLENGTH_FROMrunlength_fromrunlength_fromNumberbegin measure
RUNLENGTH_TOrunlength_torunlength_toNumberend measure
SEG_LENGTHseg_lengthseg_lengthNumbersegment length in miles
CURVE_UPDATEYRcurve_updateyrcurve_updateyrNumberdate of curve data collection
PRICURVEpricurvepricurveNumberThis value is the actual distance along the route, similarly known as the arc length of the curve. Each GPS point distance, between the start and end point, is added together to get the total distance in feet. Values that are negative represent left-hand turns. Values that are -1 are considered to be straight lines between two curves, otherwise known as the tangent. In the primary direction.
PRICURVECLASSpricurveclasspricurveclassTextThe curve class is calculated from the pricurve values using the following class breaks: A: >= 1660 (the value of -1 is also considered class A), B: >= 1053 AND < 1660, C: >= 676 AND < 1053, D: >= 413 AND < 676, E: >= 200 AND < 413, F: < 200
SECCURVEseccurveseccurveTextThis value is the actual distance along the route, similarly known as the arc length of the curve. Each GPS point distance, between the start and end point, is added together to get the total distance in feet. Values that are negative represent left-hand turns. Values that are -1 are considered to be straight lines between two curves, otherwise known as the tangent. In the secondary direction.
SECCURVECLASSseccurveclassseccurveclassTextThe curve class is calculated from the seccurve values using the following class breaks: A: >= 1660 (the value of -1 is also considered class A), B: >= 1053 AND < 1660, C: >= 676 AND < 1053, D: >= 413 AND < 676, E: >= 200 AND < 413, F: < 200
OBJECTIDobjectidobjectidNumberEsri auto generated unique identifier
 
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