Lebanon Selects High-Tech Approach to Plan and Prioritize Road/Sidewalk Repairs

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The City of Lebanon has selected StreetScan to perform/obtain objective, accurate and up-to-date data on the conditions of the City’s road and sidewalk networks. StreetScan, a Burlington, Massachusetts-based company, will perform a mobile sensing survey of the roads and sidewalks that will enable the City to make more efficient assessments and informed investment decisions on roadway spending. Data collection of the City’s sidewalks was recently completed. Starting Monday, July 29, 2019 survey crews will begin scanning its roads. 

StreetScan uses vehicle-mounted sensing technology to assess road conditions in normal traffic flow and, using a pavement condition index scale which runs from 0-100 (with 0 being the worst and 100 being ideal), develops a City-wide inventory of road condition. The system utilizes 3D imaging technology to measure the severity and extent of road defects including cracking, bumps, surface distortions, surface texture and potholes. Additionally, a 360 camera provides optical imagery of the road surface and ROW. 

All survey results will be placed in Streetlogix, a customizable, GIS web-based application, providing an enriched view of the City’s street network with color-coded pavement conditions and other assets, along with images for every scanned road and sidewalk, and a range of decision-making tools. The first results of the survey will be delivered in August. 

Project Overview

Total roads to assess:  103 lane miles;   Total sidewalks to assess:  30 miles.

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