The cooperation or joint provision of public services between municipalities.
A term that encompasses public transportation systems including bus, rail, carpooling, and facilities for those systems.
A United States Census Bureau-defined geographic area of contiguous census block groups with a population density of at least 1,000 people per square mile.
The address bar is a text box, usually at the top of a web mapping application, which an address can be typed into as a search box.
A map that is not simply on the web, but rather one that is powered by the online GIS technologies.
State of Connecticut Office of Policy and Management
You can find more information on the OPM website.
A collection of GIS data and/or orthorectified imagery that form the background setting for a map.
A data storage format for geospatial vector data to use in GIS software.
Connected and Autonomous Vehicle – Connected vehicles are vehicles that use any of a number of different communication technologies to communicate with the driver, other cars on the road, roadside infrastructure, and the “Cloud”. Fully automated, autonomous, or “self-driving” vehicles are defined by the U.S. Department of Transportation’s National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA) as “those in which operation of the vehicle occurs without direct driver input to control the steering, acceleration, and braking and are designed so that the driver is not expected to constantly monitor the roadway while operating in self-driving mode.”
Electric Vehicle – uses one or more electric motors or traction motors for propulsion.