St. Petersburg, Florida, US printable vector street City Plan map V.2, full editable, Adobe PDF, full vector, scalable, editable, text format street names, 17 mb ZIP
All streets, some buildings. Map for design, print, arts, projects, presentations.
You can edit this file by Adobe Illustrator, Adobe Acrobat, Corel Draw.
DWG, DXF, CDR and other formats - on request, same price, please, contact
Small guide: How to work with the vector map?
You can: Mass select objects by type and color - for example, the objects type "building" (they are usually dark gray) - and remove them from the map, if you do not need them in your print or design project. You can also easily change the thickness of lines (streets), just bulk selection the road by the line color.
The streets are separated by type, for example, type "residential road" are usually white with a gray stroke. Highway usually orange with a brown or dark gray stroke.
It is easy to change the font of inscriptions, all or each individually. Also, just can be make and any other manipulation of objects on the vector map in Adobe illustrator format.
Important: All the proportions on the map are true, that is, the relative sizes of the objects are true, because Map is based on an accurate GPS projection, and It transated into the (usual for all) the Mercator projection.
You can easily change the color, stroke and fill of any object on the map, zoom without loss of quality Image Verification.
Bulk selection the same objects on the vector map
See the bulk selected objects on the vector map
Bulk delete buildungs from the vector map
Select residencial road (small street) on the vector map
Bulk selection the same lines (streets, roads) on the full map
Create fat lines of the streets on the vector maps (bulk action) 1
Create fat lines of the streets on the vector maps (bulk action) 2
Create fat lines of the streets on the vector maps (bulk action) 3
You can easily change the color, stroke and fill of any object on the map, zoom without loss of quality Image Verification.
Tips & Vector map News
Resume PROFESSIONAL EXPERIENCE
Urban Planning Intern - DIALOG Design - Vancouver, BC. (May - Sep. 2015)
- Awarded a $15,000 MITACS research grant called Measuring Indicators of Community Health and Holistic Well-Being Based on Future Land Use and Transportation Planning Scenarios using Geographic Information Systems (GIS) to support creation of a new Official Community Plan.
- Engaged other consultants and City staff to create and evaluate three population and employment growth scenarios, interpreted transportation modelling results from EMME software, and calculated greenhouse gas emissions based on future building typologies and vehicle kilometers travelled.
GIS Consultant - Martin Prosperity Institute, University of Toronto - Toronto, ON. (Jan. - Jun. 2015)
- Led spatial data analysis and GIS mapping for Dr. Richard Florida’s ‘Cities’ group.
- Diverse city building focused projects included tracking venture capital investment, development of income and gender inequality measures, creation of a walkability index, and mapping employment clusters across the Greater Golden Horseshoe to support the 10-year review of the Growth Plan.
Graduate Teaching Assistant, PLG310 Statistics for Planners + PLG410 Planning Analysis, Ryerson University - Toronto, ON. (Sep. 2014 - Apr. 2015)
- Supported undergraduate students and marked assignments on descriptive statistics, probability, sampling theory, statistical inference, survey research methods, multiple regression analysis of categorical and continuous data and basic demographic and population projection methods.
Consultant - Urban Planning + Landscape Architecture Group, Environmental Assessment Division, Golder Associates Ltd. - Vancouver, BC. (Apr. 2012 - Sep. 2014)
- Leveraged GIS and other analysis and design tools to critically evaluate social, economic and environmental impacts of land use and transportation decisions.
- Created engaging maps, infographics, boards, and presentations for neighbourhood and regional growth plans, sustainable transportation studies, and complex environmental assessments.
- Exercised awareness of political, community and proponent considerations while facilitating statutory public meetings and community consultations, and other public engagement workshops and open houses.
- Demonstrated project management capabilities by coordinating analysis and visualization requirements for both internal team members and external sub-consultants and stakeholders.
- Received promotion to intermediate role based on proven ability to create realistic work plans and budgets, write winning responses to requests for proposals (RFPs), keep projects on time and on budget despite dynamic expectations, and communicate effectively with team members and clients.
Knowledge Translation Expert - Human Early Learning Partnership - Vancouver, BC. (May 2008 - Apr. 2012)
- Key member of an interdisciplinary research team exploring how environments and policies contribute to inequalities in children’s development in neighbourhoods across British Columbia.
- Focused on interpretation and mapping of population-level health surveys including the Early Development Instrument (EDI), census data and other administrative datasets.
- Responsible for spatial and statistical analysis, map and infographic design, geocoding, database management, manuscript writing, and leading stakeholder consultations and public presentations.
M. Pl. - Urban + Regional Planning - Ryerson University - Toronto, ON. (Sep. 2014 - Arp. 2016)
- 3.84 GPA in first year with core classes on the legal context of planning, urban design fundamentals, planning for sustainability, multicultural cities and special electives focused on development pro forma analysis, urban park design, and sustainable transportation planning.
- Masters research project developed an evidence-based approach to link objective urban design, land use and sustainable transportation indicators to population health and well-being measures.
- Demonstrated knowledge of the Planning Act, City of Toronto Official Plan and transit project assessment process through projects such as an evaluation of social equity impacts of SmartTrack and the Downtown Relief Line, and a studio focused on transportation solutions for Liberty Village.
B.A. (Hons.) - Human Geography - University of British Columbia - Vancouver, BC. (Sep. 2005- Sep. 2009)
- Bachelor of Arts degree focused on urban data analysis, sustainability, economics and visual art.
- Specialized in Geographic Information systems (GIS) with thesis project focused on mapping population settlement patterns across British Columbia.
Class Representative - Ontario Professional Planners Institute (OPPI) - Toronto, ON. (2015)
- Elected to represent Ryerson graduate planning students on the OPPI Student Liaison Committee.
Member - Healthy Built Environment Alliance - Vancouver, BC. (2010 - 2014)
- Worked in collaboration with the Provincial Health Services Authority and 20+ partners to integrate public health priorities into planning practices across BC and participated in development of a logic model, terms of reference, key principals, data sharing standards and membership agreement.
Mentor - Connecting Environmental Professionals - Vancouver, BC. (2012 - 2013)
- Developed curriculum for bi-monthly mentorship meetings focused on identification of personal values, goal-setting and networking strategies.
Volunteer - Walk21 Conference on Walking + Livable Communities - Vancouver, BC. (2011)
- Worked with a team of volunteers to coordinate venue setup, participant registration, video recording and photography, and event management.
- Graduate Student Award of Merit - $4,000 - Ryerson School of Urban & Regional Planning (2015)
- Accelerate Research Grant - $15,000 - MITACs Canada (2015)
- Graduate Student Entrance Award - $4,000 - Ryerson School of Urban & Regional Planning (2014)
- Geomatics Canada Scholarship - $2,000 - Natural Resources Canada (2009)
- Women's Club Memorial Prize for Cartography - $800 - UBC Dept. of Geography (2008)
- Advanced use of Microsoft Word, PowerPoint and Outlook for creating and editing reports, designing engaging presentations, and effectively communicating via email.
- Confident use of Adobe Illustrator and InDesign to create superior graphic design products.
- Skilled use of Microsoft Excel, SPSS, R, Tableau, and Google Earth for statistical analysis and data visualization.
- Expert use of MapInfo and ArcGIS 10.2 for complex spatial data analysis and visualization including proven application of Spatial and Network Analyst extensions, Toolbox functions and Model Builder.
- Excellent working knowledge of HTML and content management systems for web site design.
- Sophisticated use of DSLR camera equipment for photography and video recording complemented by use of Adobe Photoshop and Premier Pro for editing.
- Experience planning, launching and evaluating social media strategies and web-based community surveys to support community engagement and consultation.
PROFESSIONAL MEMBERSHIPS + TRAINING COURSES
- Member of Ontario Professional Planners Institute and Canadian Institute of Planners (2014-2016)
- Delegate at Canadian Urban Transit Association Youth Summit on Sustainable Transportation (2014)
- Completed Technical Report Writing course at Golder Associates (2014)
- Attained Workplace First Aid certification from WorkSafe BC (2013)
- Attained Emergency First Aid & CPR C/AED certification from Canadian Red Cross (2013)
- Completed LEED Green Building Core Concepts and Strategies course (2011)
- Completed HTML for Web Design course (2010)
- Completed Introduction to Python Computer Programming course (2010)
- Daily bicycle commuting, recreational mountain and road cycling, competing in running and triathlon races, and yoga.
- Community gardening, trying new recipes and baking chocolate chip cookies.
PUBLICATIONS IN PEER-REVIEWED JOURNALS
Kershaw, Paul, Barry Forer, Jennifer E. V. Lloyd, Clyde Hertzman, Bruno D. Zumbo, Martin Guhn, Anthony Smith et al. 2009. “The Use of Population-Level Data to Advance Interdisciplinary Methodology: A Cell-through-Society Sampling Framework for Child Development Research.” International Journal of Social Research Methodology 12 (5): 387. doi:10.1080/13645570802550257.
Soon, Judith, Vivian Leung, Anthony Smith, and Jeannie Shoveller. 2011. “Temporal and Regional Differences in Emergency Contraception Use: A Population-Based Analysis.” Contraception 84 (3) (September): 327. doi:10.1016/j.contraception.2011.05.094.
Smith, Anthony. 2010. “Linking Urban Planning and Public Health to Improve Early Human Development.” TrailSix: UBC Department of Geography Journal 4 (1): 27–38.
PUBLISHED ACADEMIC REPORTS
Poon, Brenda, Clyde Hetzman, Paul Holley, and Anthony Smith. 2011. “Evaluation of BC Early Childhood Dental Programs: Final Report. http://www.health.gov.bc.ca/library/publications/year/
Schonert-Reichl, Kimberly, Martin Guhn, Shelley Hymel, Clyde Hertzman, Lina Sweiss, Anne Gabermann, Anthony Smith, et al. 2010. “Our Children’s Voices: Measuring the Developmental Health and Well-Being of Children in Middle Childhood.” http://earlylearning.ubc.ca/media/publications/mdi_our_childrens_voices_report.pdf.
Mapping and Data Visualization: A Portfolio of Work by the HELP Mapping Team. 2011.
MAPS PUBLISHED IN PEER-REVIEWED JOURNALS
Soon, Judith A., and Marc Levine. 2011. “Rural Pharmacy in Canada: Pharmacist Training, Workforce Capacity and Research Partnerships.” International Journal of Circumpolar Health 70 (4). doi:10.3402/ijch.v70i4.17845.
Sethna, Christabelle, and Marion Doull. 2013. “Spatial Disparities and Travel to Freestanding Abortion Clinics in Canada.” Women’s Studies International Forum 38 (May): 52–62. doi:10.1016/j.wsif.2013.02.001.
INVITED CONFERENCE + ACADEMIC PRESENTATIONS
“WalkMap: An Open-Source Walkability Index for Urban Planning & Health.” 2014. Conference Presentation at the ESRI User Conference, San Diego, California.
“Creating Beautiful Maps.” 2014. Guest Lecture in University of British Columbia ‘Introduction to Cartography’ course. Vancouver, BC.
“An Ecological Model of Human Health through a Cartographic Lens.” 2013. Pecha Kucha Presentation delivered at the BC Society of Landscape Architects Annual Conference, Vancouver, BC. http://youtu.be/GLFzYDrcDCY.
“A Service-Based Remoteness Index of BC.” 2011. Poster presented at the 7th International GEOMED Conference on Spatial Statistics and Geomedical Systems, Victoria, BC.
“Mapping the Population Distribution of BC.” 2011. PowerPoint presented at the 4th International Cartography Association workshop on Spatial Analysis and Measurement, Vancouver, BC.
“Mapping the Roots of Empathy.” 2010. Workshop presented at the UBC Faculty of Education Assessment and Measurement Conference: Time is of the Essence - Perspectives from Parents and Professionals, Vancouver, BC.
Shape Builder Tool in Illustrator Trimming a lot of lines to a map extent has always been a real challenge in Illustrator. And there always seem to be extras coming out of GIS! There have been a number of third party plug-ins over the years like the Graffix cutting tools, but those no longer work in CS 5. The kind folks at the Swiss Federal Institute of Cartography (ETH) have a nice set of tools, including the Area Builder that does the job, but all the menus are in German (Google Translator sorts that out quickly). But now, Adobe has granted us the Shape Builder Tool, which natively joins overlapping polygons, like separated lakes, or creates polygons from overlapping linework. In its negative function, it can cut dangles right to our map frame, which is all we could have ever hoped for. Watch the video for a short demonstration of this practical and powerful tool.
Width and Profile Tools for Tapered Streams in Illustrator Another new addition to the quiver in CS 5 was the ability to taper individual strokes. The Profile drop-down in the Stroke Pallet offers several options to manipulate a line width along a path. Width Profile 4 is very useful for achieving a tapered stream style in a hydrological network. It will taper any stroke from the set point size at one end, down to a finite point at the other. In addition, the Width Tool allows you to modify that taper at any point along the line, allowing you symbolize rivers in a much more natural way. Combine with stream classes from GIS attributes, and one can create a realistic branching network that tapers from a trickle at the headwaters and expands to a torrent at the outlet. Incorporate this trick into your next map, and set it apart from the rest. The video lays it all out.
Cartographic Workflow One of the most often questions I’m asked is about workflow. At the NACIS 2009 conference I presented on the steps that we go through at Adventure Cycling to produce our bicycle touring maps. We are in the process of converting from old Freehand files to an ArcGIS, Illustrator, InDesign workflow. Needless to say, it has been a long process of trial and error, resulting in a specific set of steps unique to our organization. While this workflow has been designed for our needs, it has many pertinent tips that can translate to other means of cartographic production. Here is a write-up of what I found to be a reasonable set of best practices. I hope you can find something of use for your maps. Cheers.
Graphic Styles in Illustrator Well the masters is finished and it’s time to start the blog up again! In honor of my first cartography lab as an adjunct professor, here’s a quick lesson in setting up graphic styles in Illustrator. Graphic styles allow the cartographer to quickly style raw data exported from a GIS or other source. In production workflow, were each map has a related theme, or all maps for a project need to have a consistent look, styles function as a continuity template that ensures symmetry throughout a project. They also form a solid basis for alteration and experimentation of one-off maps. A word of warning needs to be inserted; cartographers that use the same master template to begin each map, tend to always produce maps that look the same. Therefore, you must force yourself to constantly create new styles, modify existing ones, and combine various styles from different projects. The benefit of styles is that you can recreate the look of a map quickly, and then move beyond the original without having to spend countless hours relearning techniques. For those that prefer to read it, here is a short and sweet tutorial. Enjoy!
Adobe Illustrator Basics Getting started in Illustrator can be daunting to the first time user, or even someone experienced in the raster world. As a vector program, we have to remember that it’s all about points and lines. Each line has a stroke color and weight, and if we connect them, they become polygons that can be filled with any color of our choosing. If it’s day one for you in this program, I would strongly advise watching a few tutorials on the Adobe TV site. “Must See TV” should include Starting a New Document, how to work with Layers, and the operation on the Pen Tool (click on Illustrator, then Pen Tool or Layers video). With those basics, one can get started on an empty page.
Following are my intro tips to the workspace with some of the lingo for various elements. This will help decipher all the “insider” explanations on the Adobe site.
Besides all the helpful stuff at Adobe, the web is full of great resources for learning a new program. This Blog has a super list of the top 20 basic Illustrator tutorials including a highly recommended one on the Pen Tool, and a Map specific one or Two as well. Please take a couple of hours to look these over, open the program, and just play. After that, we’ll get right to making a make. Source
Symbols in Illustrator Symbols are a great if you want to get ahead of the ball while mapping in Illustrator. They are a quick way to put a lot of information on a map fast. But you need to take the time to construct them or install them from 3rd party symbol libraries. One great library comes from the folks over at MapDiva and there Mac platform cartographic software, Ortelius. They have a really slick package that allows users to create symbol libraries and share them with the world via the web. One the coolest symbol sets consists of over a hundred classic mountain stamps for use on historic maps. Unfortunately, they’re only made for use in Ortelius. However, though the creative commons license and some NACIS networking, the converted symbol set for Illustrator can be found here. Enjoy!
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