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Where is GIS data for electrical cables under the ground in US ?
AABSyS seems to provide data, but I couldn't find out it after all.
The data might not be in public. In that case,
substitute to it, such as trans (under/above ground),
railway and so on, works for me.

Since I'm using QGIS, any data which can be imported into QGIS is preferable.

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    Any datasets related to underground infrastructure would be maintained by the relevant utilities, and possibly (but not always) by individual municipalities/counties. These datasets are almost always not publically available. – Radar Feb 27 '17 at 17:03
  • Thank you for your reply. I see, I'll search for substitute to it ! – Ichiro Feb 27 '17 at 17:56
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    A question requesting data is probably best placed at Open Data Stack Exchange. – Midavalo Feb 27 '17 at 18:10
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Utilities don't generally like to make this sort of information publically available. Even if it were compiled on a national level, they would be very sensitive to publication/disclosure. If you are working directly with one of them on a relevant project, they might be willing to provide you their own data, but will most likely require an NDA.

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    @Daichi, if this post answered your question, please accept it by clicking on the green tick mark. – Fezter Feb 27 '17 at 22:48

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