GIS & Mapping
The TJCOG Data Team regularly produces an array of data, information, maps, and models addressing transportation, land use, demographics, employment, and more. Staff also use Esri ArcGIS and other open-source GIS software to perform geospatial analysis, data geoprocessing, developing and managing geospatial databases, creating online as well as hard-copy maps, and developing web-based GIS Applications. Local governments can connect with the team to access existing data or contract with TJCOG to conduct new projects.
Regional GIS Program Highlights
Triangle J Council of Governments (TJCOG) has partnered with North Carolina Next Generation Network (NCNGN)* to establish a regional GIS program that is being made available to our Members. The program would enable local jurisdictions to share in benefits of a simplified and cost-effective process for procuring aerial imagery and GIS planimetric data. The program is currently underway for 2020 with a few organizations on board this first year, with a focus now on expanding participation in the program in 2021.
For more information on regional GIS collection, please visit the Regional GIS Program Highlights Page.
TJCOG utilizes a variety of publicly-available datasets to help local planners and decision-makers better understand the region and visualize its future.