Use of RoadSoft Leads to Efficiency

RoadSoft West Lafayette showing traffic construction

WLFI, a news channel in West Lafayette, Indiana, ran a piece about the city of West Lafayette using Michigan Tech’s RoadSoft software suite to maintain their roads more efficiently. The Center for Technology & Training, housed in Tech’s Department of Civil and Environmental Engineering, develops, maintains and supports RoadSoft, which allows road owners to track the condition of their road assets and to calculate what, where and when treatments should be applied in order to achieve the best possible service life. RoadSoft is funded by the state of Michigan, so the software is available free of charge to Michigan road-owning agencies and for a fee to agencies outside of Michigan.

Read more and watch the video at WLFI, by Kiyerra Lake.


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