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Removing properties and simplifying lines are the easiest ways if you want just GeoJSON, TopoJson an modified version of GeoJson and can get some very small sized files especially if you keep it projected
Use an FTP client (e.g. FileZilla), which will allow you to download multiple files at once. After installing and starting your FTP client software: Connect to ftp2.census.gov username = anonymous password = your email address Navigate to the folder where you want to save files on your local system Navigate to the geo/tiger/TIGER2012/EDGES directory (or ...
I've done what you're attempting with the Tiger road data, so it stands to reason it would work for what you're doing here. The bold value in this filename (the last one in your list, above).. tl_2012_04005_edges.zip ..is a so-called FIPS code. Specifically, this one is Coconino County, AZ. So all you need is something that provides a nice list of FIPS ...
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