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    Sue Carroll
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    Several years ago the US Forest Service renumbered all the roads in the Ocala National Forest in central Florida. Locally, we made the changes to our data set, but the third party sources for the Esri base maps don't seem to have picked up those changes. Does anyone know who the third party providers are and how to contact them to let them know there are significant road name/number changes. This is critical to our Fire Rescue department who are now using the Explorer Online application.

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    Mike Minami

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    We use Navteq data for our streets. However, we do make some of our own changes to the data, so it could be our problem or Navteq's problem. Also, we might not have the latest updates from Navteq integrated into our basemaps. Typically, there is a bit of a lag until we can update our services.

    What I'd suggest is go to www.navteq.com and check out their Map Reporter. Look at the area you're interested in. If you see the same problem, you can report it directly to them. If Navteq is correct, then you can report it to us through this item:

    http://www.arcgis.com/home/item.html...f1351a215266b4

    Thanks,

    Mike

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    Jeff Azevedo
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    Is NAVTEQ also used for your center line data, such as the Closest Facility Service?

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    Nelson De Miranda
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    Jeff - yes they also use NAVTEQ data for those services.

    http://tasks.arcgisonline.com/ArcGIS...vices/Locators

    The geocoders here are created using NAVTEQ 2010 Q4 data so I believe it is safe to assume their routing services are also using NAVTEQ data.

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