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Helping Transportation Professionals Worldwide Understand Good Asset Management Practice

Esri provides software to Departments of Transportation and road administrations worldwide. The software is used to support solutions across the infrastructure lifecycle, from planning to construction, operations, maintenance and safety. Esri’s ArcGIS is used to help transportation organizations organize their data and information, perform analysis and visualization, and ultimately to make better decisions.

Esri software helps transportation professionals understand changing mobility patterns, and design sustainable transportation solutions to manage congestion, promote safety, and drive economic development through more effective goods movement programs.

Esri has been a long time member of the IRF, and strongly support the educational mission of the IRF, helping transportation professionals worldwide understand good asset management practice, how to make roadways safer, and promote best practice among transportation professionals worldwide.

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