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55 All public roadways â Survey data collection category defined as all roadways owned by public entities. All projects â Survey data collection category defined as all projects (e.g., resurfacing, restriping and new roadway construction) within a given geographic area. All state roadways â Survey data collection category defined as all roadways owned by the state DOT. Data collection â The act of obtaining pedestrian infrastructure data either through primary sources (e.g., field visits) or secondary sources (e.g., GIS files created by a partner agency). Data maintenance â The level to which collected data are kept up to date over time or checked for quality and consistency. Data storage â The mechanism or media used to store pedestrian infrastructure data. The media could be physical (e.g., paper drawings) or digital (e.g., database or PDF). Infrastructure attributes â The details collected about infrastructure. For example, width is an attribute of a roadway shoulder. Pedestrian infrastructure data â Information about physical assets within a state-owned or -operated right of way. These assets may include shoulders, sidewalks, crosswalks, signals or multiuse trails. Some projects â Survey data collection category defined as a subset of construction projects (e.g., resurfacing and restriping) within a given geographic area. Some state roadways â Survey data collection category defined as a subset of roadways owned by the state DOT within a given geographic area. Glossary