"Project Viewer" Tool Provides Info on N.H. Road, Bridge Projects

NDOT finds a high tech solution to mapping out current and future transportation projects.

Mon September 23, 2013 - Northeast Edition
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CONCORD, N.H. (AP) A new mapping tool on the New Hampshire Department of Transportation Web site is providing access to information on state transportation projects.

It’s called "Project Viewer," and it shows the general locations and information for planned, current and future projects.

The site provides people with a project’s description and status, plus contact information.

"This is a much improved application that was developed completely in-house," said Glenn Davison, manager of the transportation department’s GIS planning section. "It provides transparency and better communication to the public, allowing users multiple ways to search and view details of projects in the planning, design, and construction phases. It’s the same information that we have for our use."

"Project Viewer" can be accessed by logging into www.nhdot.com, clicking on "Project Center" in the upper left column, and then clicking on "DOT Projects Map System."

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