Maps and GIS

Aerial photography is one of the many functions of MARC's GIS

Let us help you find your way while riding the trails

The Regional Trails & Bikeways Map, released in spring 2013, is available online and in print (on waterproof paper made of crushed rock that is virtually indestructible). The newest version of this popular map includes a Bike Map App which uses GIS capabilities to map all of the region's bike trail data. Bookmark the app on your phone and hit the trails! Get the app or request a printed map»

What does 9-1-1 have to do with GIS?

MARC GIS maintains the primary map layers used within the regional 9-1-1 system. These layers include streets, city and county boundaries, and emergency services zones for fire, police and ambulance services. These layers cover the nine-county MARC region. Read more»

GIS datasets available for download

MARC staff maintain many GIS datasets describing boundaries, resources, and features in the Kansas City Region. The MARC GIS program provides data for public access in order to increase regional awareness on shared issues, to provide a public service, and to assist local governments and planning agencies with their own maps, analyses and decision-making processes.

Many datasets cover the 9-county region, which includes Johnson, Leavenworth, Miami and Wyandotte Counties in Kansas, and Cass, Clay, Jackson, Platte and Ray Counties in Missouri. 

Look through our list of datasets available for download»