NM Department of Transportation (NMDOT) All Roads Network of

Report
Executive Sponsor: Tom Church, Cabinet Secretary
Business Owners: Yolanda Duran, NMDOT Data Management Bureau
Mel Herrera, GIS/Geospatial Team - Supervisor
Jack Yates, Roadway Inventory Program
Genevieve Grant Business Support IT Project Manager
Project Certification for Initiation
September 8, 2014
1.
Full Integration and implementation of the Environmental Systems
Research Institute (ESRI) Roads and Highways module of ARCGIS.
Migration of data from the Transportation Information Management
System (TIMS) into NMDOT’s Roads and Highways Database.
2.
Data Linkage with Asset data requirements such as Pavement, Bridge,
Crash, Traffic Monitoring Data, Roadway Inventory Assets,
Maintenance Management System, Fiscal Management Information
System (FMIS), and the Highway Safety Improvement Program
(HSIP). This Linear Reference System needs to meet the Federal
Highway Administration (FHWA) data requirements for the federal
“Moving Ahead for Progress in the 21st Century” (MAP-21) act,
and meet NMDOT’s performance measures.
NMDOT Data Management needs to comply with the All Roads Network
of Linear Referenced Data (ARNOLD) deadline of June 15, 2015.
Current system:
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…is cumbersome and not Windows-intuitive, requiring an
18-month learning curve to proficiently utilize the system.
…is relative inaccessible to NMDOT’s staff supporting
Geographic Information Systems (GIS) and the Rural
Infrastructure Program (RIP). Requests for data exports,
summary tabulation must go through NMDOT’s IT
Division.
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…does not link to other department databases such as
pavement and bridge.
Current system:
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… requires a complicated process to upload bulk data files.
…must use ArcMap 9.3., a number of versions behind
current ArcMap technology and associated functions and
analytical tools.
…requires use of Internet Explorer 8 for tabular data
editing.
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A Linear Referencing System (LRS) that meets the
MAP 21 ARNOLD requirements
Data Linkage with Asset data requirements such as
Pavement, Bridge, Crash, Traffic Monitoring Data,
Roadway Inventory Assets, Maintenance Management
System, FMIS, and HSIP
A more user-friendly design for database data import,
query and reporting
Ability to readily transform GPS coordinates to linear
reference system mile points and vice-versa.
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Meet Map 21 Highway Performance Monitoring System
(HPMS) and Highway Safety Improvement Program
(HSIP) Requirements
Provide an easy means to validate NM-certified mileage
Meet the expanded MAP 21 LRS requirement “to cover all
public roads including representation of dual
carriageways on divided highways” and related highway
facilities (e.g., ramps).
Opportunity to implement the expanded requirements,
based on best practices identified by other State DOTs.
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Reduced staff time due to increased efficiency and
productivity by utilizing a single, state-wide, well
implemented linear reference system
Lower government service costs due to more efficient work
flows and more accurate business process tracking, data
entry, auditing, and reporting of information
Utilization of a much more familiar, user-friendly software
interface will greatly reduce staff training time and costs.
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Loss of federal funds due to inadequate reporting
Further degradation of the data quality due to inability to
stay current with necessary updates
Current system does not meet the Federal Highway
Performance Monitoring System (HPMS) nor their Model
Inventory of Roadway Elements (MIRE) data requirements,
and it uses outdated technology
Many manual processes needed to produce reports required
by FHWA
Maintaining multiple LRS systems and databases.
Project Phase
Due Date
Deliverable
Enterprise LRS and Road Inventory
Discovery Workshop and
Implementation Planning
10/31/2014
Project team, Implementation methodology,
Overview of Project Tasks and Deliverables,
Project Plan and Data Review Document
Aggregation and conflation of City,
County and Municipal “All-Road”
geodatabases to one master road
network geodatabase.
6/1/2015
Data Cleansing and Migration Methodology
and Materials, Review Data Cleansing and
migration test database
Migration of data from TIMS into Roads
and Highways Database. Data Linkage
with Asset data requirements such as
Pavement, Bridge, Crash, Traffic
Monitoring Data, Roadway Inventory
Assets, Maintenance Management
System, FMIS, and HSIP.
4/1/2016
Publication and Reporting, Review of
Mapping, Reporting, Asset Management
System Integration, and Asset Management
System Integration components
System Delivery, performance testing,
user acceptance testing, user
training/documentation.
6/1/2016
Final fully functional system, roll-out
support, training documents and user
manuals.
Description
FY15
FY16
Consulting
Services
System
Implementation
$900,000.00
$500,000.00
Software
Licenses
Included in
existing
Included in
existing ELA
Agreement
$900,000.00
$500,000.00
Enterprise License
Agreement (ELA)
TOTAL

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