A New Look for Roadsoft...

The next major version of Roadsoft will have a new map interface, which will give Roadsoft users more options to customize their screen and to adjust it to their preferences for specific tasks, like building road networks or analyzing crash information. The changes include moveable windows, and new map functions and features based on suggestions from RoadSoft users.

Sign Retroreflectivity FAQs

Roadsoft can help agencies comply with the new federal retroreflectivity requirements. In this issue of the Roundup we will answer three frequently asked questions (FAQs) regarding sign retroreflectivity.

Pavement Deterioration Curves

Using both idealized PASER deterioration information and your own PASER ratings, Roadsoft generates deterioration curves that provide you with detailed pavement performance data.

Traffic Count Module Released

The latest version of Roadsoft includes a Traffic Count Module that gives users an option for more detailed entry and analysis of traffic count statistics, including entering and tracking traffic counts from automated monitoring stations.

Updated Crash Data Available

Proper analysis of crash data is an essential part of making traffic safety improvements, especially when applying for federal safety programs. Roadsoft offers users the ability to examine detailed Michigan crash data from the last ten years to make this process easier.

Using Roadsoft to Create an Asset Management Plan

A formal asset management plan can help agencies communicate their current asset management strategies to constituents like the public and local officials. Roadsoft can aid agencies in a number of the steps involved in drafting an asset management plan.

User-Driven Content Testing with Roadsoft Labs

Since Roadsoft is user-driven, people frequently request changes to make the work they do in Roadsoft easier. The Labs menu provides a way to test these new changes and make sure that they are useful to users before they are finalized and implemented.

Roadsoft Version 7.3 Released

New changes make the LDC compatible with new touchscreen technology, and allow users to keep archival records of historic sign data for reference.