The definitive answer for any British administrative area is Ordnance Survey's Boundary Line product.
From Euro constituencies to council wards, Boundary-Line™ maps every administrative boundary in detail for you. And what's more, it's completely free to download and use.
Also please note that Wales and England are both countries and are completely ...
Tabular data about post code data is at MySociety.org:
ONS Postcode Directory (ONSPD), February 2012 edition (thanks dvdoug!). This include full UK (including Northern Ireland) postcode locations.
Those files don't include the headers, which is annoying. This page has a version from a different vintage which had a header added. If it's 47 columns, ...
The shading of shapes on a GIS map is a design choice; it's not a characteristic of the data. Not all choropleth maps are opaque, even if some that you've seen are. A designer made that choice.
In Google Earth, you can apply styles to a layer using the "Edit > Get Info" command. On that, choose the "Style, Color" tab and change the color and opacity in the "...
Some work is going to have to be put in here, but this should be what you seek:
Snow Load Information
Ground Snow Load by Location
Alot (if not all) of California's Snow Load Information should be accessible on each county's website/portal/etc.
Here is El Dorado County's Snow Load Information
Or you can contact California County Building Officials (...
geojson.io supports kml. it also allows you to import to github or gist.github
edit: it doesn't have all of your requirements but the integration into github should allow you to do most except for the gpx
end results in gists: all of these .geojson maps were rendered via kml files from geojson.io
step by step:
There isn't one currently available as open data. As Joe noted, NISRA has its own licence.
If you just need the whole BT area as one polygon, Doogal's postcode districts has it. All the 2008 BT district postcodes are available as KML points, but you'd have to do some analysis to approximate the areas. The folks on Geographic Information Systems Stack ...
There is a way...but its not a silver bullet; very time intensive and may require learning new skillsets.
You can search through data portals and collect them along the way:
Here's a search on data.gov for "School Boundaries", and
here is a search on ESRI's ArcGIS site for "School Boundaries".
But those are being optimistic; to @Kotebiya's point in the ...
I needed to look in the correct area of the census site. I went to the page:
and selected Virginia to download the place zip file for this state.
I opened the zip file and brought the first kml (the largest one, titled "cb_2016_51_place_500k.kml") into a text editor. I then searched ...
Polygeo's comment's link highlights some issues you may have. But as for a simple outline of Saudi Arabia GADM or DIVA-GIS will both be good sources. They won't be in KML (I believe their data come in .shp form) but you can easily convert to KML using a multitude of free tool.
You can look into the Sydney GTFS-Files: https://transitfeeds.com/p/transport-for-nsw/237
The stops.txt contains the coordinates of the stops and the shapes.txt should contain the shapes of the lines.
You can use gtfs2geojson to convert the GTFS-Shapes to GeoJSON
Is this what you are looking for ?
Not data but information about the country.
The Ordnance Survey recently released a new API and you should be able to get administrative boundary data, including post code boundaries: http://www.ordnancesurvey.co.uk/business-and-government/help-and-support/web-services/code-playground.html
As some comments to your question note, it's not entirely clear what you're looking for.
If you're looking for the CBSA geometries as KML, your best route would probably be to get the shapefiles from the Census and then convert to KML. (If you don't have tools to convert, googling shapefile to kml will turn up several online options.)
Shapefiles for ...