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Esri Roads and Highways

  1. 1. Esri Roads and Highways ® Esri Roads and Highways is a new extension for ArcGIS for Desktop and ArcGIS for Server. Agencies responsible for road and highway maintenance, and operations can use this solution to get a unified view of the roadways and related assets they manage. With Esri Roads and Highways, you can easily overlay data from multiple linear referencing system (LRS) networks—even when that data is stored in many separate systems across the enterprise. This single, integrated view gives you the information you need to make better decisions and generate reports. ® ® Integrate Data Highway agencies manage and maintain a broad spectrum of information about their roadways. Often, this information is distributed throughout the agency in multiple, disparate systems. For example, the public safety department might maintain crash data based on mileposts located along the highway, while the maintenance department may locate sign and pavement assets based on the distance from a known point of origin. With Esri Roads and Highways, the measures associated with data in these external systems can be kept current and synchronized with edits made to the LRS, enabling data interoperability and sharing across all business units. Safety Repairs Pavement Roads & Highways Other Assets Planning Edit across the Web With Esri Roads and Highways, you can perform roadway characteristics editing on any HTML5-enabled web browser. This allows organizations to extend the reach of their workflows across the enterprise to include users and groups without prior GIS software and application accessibility. These groups can create and edit event data in a mapcentric experience from within a web browser. Simplify LRS Updates Easily visualize and maintain your roadway networks and associated data. Rule-based location management allows you to define how event measures and route associations should react to changes in the LRS, keeping your business data aligned with roadway network changes.
  2. 2. Better Workflow Management Tools Coordinate and track work throughout your organization using standardized and streamlined workflows. Workflow management tools provide visibility into day-to-day job progress, allowing you to track the status of jobs. A history of actions is automatically recorded for each job, providing a detailed account of how the job was completed. Analyze and Report Data When You Need It Esri Roads and Highways spatially enables business data from sources other than the geographic information system (GIS) and integrates it through the LRS. Esri Roads and Highways, in concert with the ArcGIS platform, can be used to generate a variety of reports as well as produce data products and maps that support safety analysis, traffic congestion studies, and infrastructure maintenance. These reports and data products can provide government and public entities with transparency in many facets of highway-based data such as assets, incidents, and roadway characteristics. Comprehensive Quality Control Tools Esri Roads and Highways includes a complete QA/QC system with tools for automated and visual review processes to assess, document, correct, and verify the overall quality of your spatial data. The tools can be scheduled to run automatically and are configurable so you can implement business rules specific to your organization’s needs. Copyright © 2014 Esri. All rights reserved. Esri, the Esri globe logo, ArcGIS,, and are trademarks, service marks, or registered marks of Esri in the United States, the European Community, or certain other jurisdictions. Other companies and products or services mentioned herein may be trademarks, service marks, or registered marks of their respective mark owners. 139933 ESRI3C2/14ca Request a free trial at, or e-mail roadsandhighways for more information.