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Vicmap Transport provides an accurate representation of Victoria’s statewide road, rail and airport assets. It is used in a variety of applications, particularly in emergency services, route management, logistics planning and development.
Vicmap Transport helps users in logistics, planning and route management by providing information on road, rail, tram and air infrastructure networks.
The Department of Environment, Land, Water and Planning provides an accurate, current and maintained statewide transport network dataset for Victoria that helps bring greater efficiencies in moving people and assets.
This seamless, topologically structured dataset is made up of point, line and polygon area features.
Vicmap Transport primary features are:
- road centrelines
- road structures
- tramways and structures
- railway stations
- ferry routes
Intermediate feature types representing infrastructure include:
Further classification and description of real-world features are provided by attribute tables such as road restriction, condition, class code and bridge construction type.
You can explore Vicmap data in a web mapping service before you download:
Although this site contains the core Vicmap datasets, it may not include the full suite of available products.
You can access Vicmap Transport from the Data.Vic platform under a Creative Commons license.
- Access Vicmap Transport in Data.Vic
|Source information||Various authoritative sources such as Local Government, Property Developers, VicRoads and other Land Managers|
|Scale of capture||1:480 to 1:25,000|
|Spatial accuracy||Generally ranges from 0.1 m to 25 m|
Vicmap complies with the FAIR data principle: Findable, Accessible, Interoperable and Reusable, where reasonably practicable. This is why Vicmap is available in a range of data formats and datums.
For details, please review the Vicmap product specification below.
How to get help
Vicmap customers and business custodians can contact the Vicmap helpdesk for product information and support.
Page last updated: 26/10/21