Roads and highways connect communities; and are akin to arteries vital for survival. As cities grow, the need for accurate and actionable data to manage roadways increases. It is with this challenge in mind that the City of Penticton selected Esri Canada to provide a solution. The City of Penticton adopted Esri Roads and Highways, a linear referencing system (LRS) solution to get a comprehensive view of their roadways. This helped in the ease of visualizing and maintaining road networks, creating transparency and eliminating data silos. As a result, encouraging city-wide consumption of data and participation in data management; laying the foundation for a smart future.
Have a comment or question?Contact Us
Other content in this Stream
This blog examines the potential impacts of policymakers' decisions in response to COVID-19 for the transit and transportation industries.
Municipal transportation networks are complex. Multiple systems are managed by various departments; each with their own business models and processes. While this arrangement allows for a high degree o
Deploy industry-specific web services, maps and apps to your ArcGIS Online organization or Portal for ArcGIS with a few clicks
This white paper identifies the return on investment for a municipal government of making this data management philosophy change.
While every agency charged with managing roads does it a little differently, the underlying philosophy remains the same. Linear referencing can help.
Explore this application that helps pedestrians and those with mobility challenges plan the safest, most accessible and fastest route to their destination.
Learn how a Unified Transportation Management system enables organizations to achieve both organizational-wide and group-level objectives.
June 18, 2019 - Smaller municipalities have all the asset types that need to be maintained but with fewer resources. Esri Canada’s Workforce Starter Solution has been developed to provide you with a c
April 16, 2019 - The information needed to make road investment decisions comes from many different departments across a typical road authority. Much of this information is stored in disparate data sy
Learn how to build data integration across departments with Esri Roads and Highways to support investment decisions that impact all road users
Gerard Peets of Infrastructure Canada answers some of the most frequently asked questions from municipalities about the Smart Cities Challenge.
The partnership between Esri and Autodesk is leading to exciting developments – bridging of GIS and BIM, and so on.
Explore how the City of Saskatoon proactively combats potholes in collaboration with citizens with a crowdsourcing app.
Find out how your municipality can make the most of two Government of Canada grant programs to support climate innovation and asset management.
Many industries are taking advantage of EAM. Learn how it can help you manage assets to make better & more informed decisions.