Municipal governments employ highly specialized teams to manage transportation networks. These networks are designed to provide navigable paths by connecting mobility infrastructure such as roads, cycling paths, pedestrian trails, accessibility ramps, transit and even electric vehicle charging stations. As we approach a future of connected and autonomous vehicles, a framework of digital infrastructure to support this is also needed. All these assets must be managed for reliability, sustainability and evolution.
There are many software solutions in place--most of which are essential--yet, many municipalities struggle with governance over authoritative data and systems that drive what matters: evolving the transportation infrastructure. Location-based technology, such as a GIS, can help unify and synchronize road data to achieve a common source of truth that can enable better planning and investments.
Unified Transportation Management
An integrated and connected system leverages data and technology to help you run operations, maintain road assets and evolve your road networks. This Unified Transportation Management (UTM) system unlocks your information systems to provide you with insight using the only common element: location. Deployed, a UTM enables higher-level holistic analysis using all the organizations’ transportation data for strategic infrastructure investment planning, interventions to reduce traffic fatalities and foresight for digital infrastructure planning to support connected and autonomous vehicles.