TTC Gets Toronto Moving with a Geo-Engineering Content Management System

January 5, 2012

Organization: Toronto Transit Commission (TTC) 
Industry: Transportation 
Products: ArcGIS for Server 

The Toronto-York Spadina Subway Extension (TYSSE) project was established to provide the first rapid transit line to cross the City of Toronto boundary into the Regional Municipality of York. As a large-scale project that is spread over a wide area, stakeholders were finding it difficult to manage a growing number of geo-engineering documents, introducing delays into the project. Find out how they built a Geo-Engineering Content Management System to let project designers and construction crews upload and access documents from a single portal.

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