Excavator Resources – Mapping: Single Address

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  1. Address:
    • Enter the address number.
    • Next, enter the street name.
    • Then, enter the street type. (I.e. Road, Lane, Street, Drive, etc.)
  2. Cross Street:
    • Enter the name of the cross street along with the street type.
  3. Map/Search Results:
    • Select Use Ticket to search for a location using the ticket information entered.
    • The Search Results will list options for the Exact Street, Bing Results, Street Begins With and Similar Streets.
      Note: Selecting Bing Results will bring up the exact address entered.
    • Select the correct street or address where the work will be done.
      • When you select an option from Exact Street, Street Begins With or Similar Streets, the map will highlight the selected road.
      • When you select Bing Results, the map will place an X on the road or property parcel if the entered road or address is found on the map.
      • If you select an option from the list that has a box to the left of the name or click on the box, a list of cross streets for that street will drop down. To collapse the intersecting street list, click on the box
    • Use the Mark Radius, Mark Point, Mark Line, Mark Area or Use Selection tools to select the dig site.
      • Mark Radius – Draws a circle, at the selected point, according to the entered radius.
      • Mark Point – Draws a point on the map with a 200ft buffer.
      • Mark Line – Draws a line on the map with a 200ft buffer.
      • Mark Area – Draws a shape on the map without a buffer.
      • Use Selection – Draws a circle, at the selected point, using a 200ft radius.
        Note: You must double click at the end point to release the tool and complete the drawing.