Central Oklahoma Motorcycle Crashes
Charlotte Adcock, Associate Planner – Multimodal, Transportation & Planning Services Division, ACOG, recently made a presentation on the impact of Senate Bill 1329 on motorcycle crashes throughout Central Oklahoma. The presentation was made at the annual South Central Arc User Group (OKSCAUG) conference in Oklahoma City. The conference featured a poster contest. Adcock’s entry won 2nd place.
Phillip Schroeder, ACOG’s Senior Art Designer, worked in collaboration with Adcock to showcase her work and research through a poster design. Adcock took 2nd place in the South Central Arc User Group poster competition. The poster reflected much of the information shared in her presentation. See the PowerPoint file below for more information.
South Central Arc User Group
The South Central Arc Users Group (SCAUG) is a nonprofit association of professionals using geographic information systems (GIS) and other spatial technologies to solve challenges in both public and private sectors at the regional, state, and local levels. SCAUG is the foremost GIS user group in the South Central United States promoting the effective use of spatial data and information technologies for the understanding and management of GIS.
The 2018 conference theme was Find Your Place, and encouraged people to explore the many facets of GIS to find the niche in which they best fit, and combine talents with others in their place to create a more beautiful, data-full world.