LiDAR data for eleven Virginia counties have been added to the Virginia Lidar site hosted at William & Mary. Proposed by the Virginia Geographic Information Network and funded by USGS the data was collected Spirng of 2010 and has a nominal pulse spacing of 0.7m and a Consolidated Vertical Accuracy (CVA) of 0.73 feet. Point clouds, bare-earth DEMs, digital surface models and hillshades are available for download. Also available at the William & Mary site are preliminary data for the Eastern Shore of Virginia, also collected in 2010. Final quality control for the Eastern Shore data is expected in the next month.