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North Huntingdon Township, Pennsylvania

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In 2016, North Huntingdon Township was falling behind its pavement management system and was seeking a faster road survey option to help plan its 5-year program. After careful research, North Huntingdon Township partnered with RoadBotics in 2017 as the first RoadBotics customer.

Cranberry Township, Pennsylvania

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The Public Works Department at Cranberry Township wants their road maintenance to be cost-effective and efficient. From contracting with engineering firms to utilizing sensor vans, every option was too expensive – except one: RoadBotics!

South Bend, Indiana

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Like many cities and towns in Indiana, public works officials at the City of South Bend historically deployed Pavement Surface Evaluation Rating (PASER) ratings of its road network. Considering challenges with time, labor, and incomplete data, the city needed a fast and objective solution.

City of Savannah, Georgia

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Road inspections can be dreadful for cities across the world. Pavement maintenance is often expensive, and with many municipalities facing insufficient funding, inspections become less frequent. Such was the case for the city of Savannah, Georgia.

City of Cumberland, Maryland​

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The City of Cumberland, MD was established in 1787 and is home to approx. 19,000 residents. With the help of RoadBotics, they were able to save resources by extending the life of salvageable roads, and could now validate their road maintenance choices with objective data.

Shaler Township, Pennsylvania​

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With 100 miles of roadway, Shaler Township’s prior road inspection method was labor and time intensive. Now, with their RoadBotics road assessment, Shaler saves time and resources when planning for maintenance.

Peters Township, Pennsylvania

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Striving to increase efficiency, Peters Township officials adopted RoadBotics pavement assessment and management software. Through their RoadBotics subscription, Peters Township tackled their key challenges.

Bethel Park, Pennsylvania

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In contrast to its previous approach, the RoadBotics assessment process saves the Municipality resources and streamlines their data onto a single, user-friendly platform, RoadWay. The ease and efficiency of smartphone technology allow municipal engineers to complete data collection for the entire network in one day, as opposed to two weeks. 

Clovis, New Mexico

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Prior to RoadBotics, public works crews would assess the condition of their 260-mile road network manually by closing down sections of it and performing a visual inspection. This process was time consuming, and the road closures were inconvenient for residents. Because of the technical jargon associated with pavement assessments, city officials could not adequately describe why they made particular pavement decisions to their residents.

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