Table of contents for Designing geodatabases for transportation / J. Allison Butler.

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About the author
Chapter 1-Introduction
Part 1 
Basic geodatabase design concepts
Chapter 2-Data modeling
Chapter 3-Geodatabases
Chapter 4-Best practices in transportation database design
Chapter 5-Geometric networks
Part 2 
Understanding transportation geodatabase design issues
Chapter 6-Data editing
Chapter 7-Linear referencing methods
Chapter 8-Advanced dynamic segmentation functions
Chapter 9-Traffic monitoring systems
Chapter 10-Classic transportation data models
Chapter 11-The original UNETRANS data model
Part 3 
Enterprise-level solutions and modal data models
Chapter 12-Improving the UNETRANS data model
Chapter 13-The revised UNETRANS network data model
Chapter 14 _State DOT highway inventory: Editing
Chapter 15-State DOT highway inventory: Publishing
Chapter 16-A complete transit geodatabase design
Chapter 17-Navigable waterways
Chapter 18-Railroads 
Final thoughts

Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication:

Transportation engineering -- Data processing.
Transportation -- Planning -- Data processing.
Geographic information systems.