One of the biggest challenges with managing a road network is that users of the information may want to interact with the data differently; some reference transportation assets by unique IDs, others reference locations using km-posts while other still use GPS coordinates. Having an underlying system that can accommodate multiple referencing methods creates an environment that truly has a single trusted source of road network information.
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