Solutions for Road and Highway Networks

Accurate long term planning of maintenance and management is a critical step to ensuring that our largest asset is performing in an appropriate condition for today and in the future. 

Deighton has provided solutions for road and highway agencies for over three decades. Our solutions are used to manage infrastructure networks in Africa, Asia, Australia, Canada, Europe, New Zealand (national site license), and the United States (22 state departments of transportation). These infrastructure networks include hundreds of thousands of miles of road. 

Featured Road and Highway Projects

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Irish National Pavement Network

In the absence of a widespread rail or water transport network, Ireland’s road network plays a vital role in the country’s economy. The road network consists of over 5,300 centreline kilometres of road.

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Central Otago

Predicting the performance state of a pavement network is often high on the priority list for any local council or road agency when it comes to making sure the pavements are performing to satisfactory conditions.

 

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New Zealand dTIMS Project

Implementation of a national pavement management system encompassing 100,000 km of sealed and unsealed roads.

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Maine DOT

In 2008, the Maine government enacted legislation specifying goals MaineDOT needed to achieve to maintain and rebuild the state's highway network by 2022 and 2027.

 

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Iowa Center for Transportation Research

Centralizing pavement management support services and distributing pavement management decision making to the local agencies efficiently divides responsibilities while encouraging the statewide use of pavement management systems.

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Austrian Road Network

Providing easy access to pavement management information in the district offices while leaving the task of managing the PMS data and execution of the network analysis at central office.