PLSS symbology and styles? From USGS?

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03-04-2019 10:30 AM
AdrianWelsh
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I couldn't find this posted anywhere. Is there a way to obtain the PLSS (Public Land Survey System) line styles and such that the USGS uses? I'm mostly referring to this document of topographic symbols:

https://pubs.usgs.gov/gip/TopographicMapSymbols/topomapsymbols.pdf 

Small example:

I mainly want to symbolize the Township and Range lines along with sections, quarter sections, and quarter quarter sections (40 acre lines). In ArcGIS Pro 2.3.1

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curtvprice
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There might be some goodies for you here. They were developed for ArcMap but you can probably import them to Pro.

New GIS-Ready Topographic Map Style Template Released 

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curtvprice
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There might be some goodies for you here. They were developed for ArcMap but you can probably import them to Pro.

New GIS-Ready Topographic Map Style Template Released 

AdrianWelsh
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That is what I was looking for! Well, it's a bit of a clunky work around but I can make it work.

Thanks Curtis!

They even have labels with expressions!