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Roadway Reporter


The ArcGIS Roadway Reporter app is built on JavaScript API version 3.x, which will be retired in July 2024. This version of the app will continue to be available for download but will have limited support after July 2024.

ArcGIS Roadway Reporter is a web app powered by ArcGIS Roads and Highways Server, which allows you to create mileage, road segment, and road log reports from a mapcentric experience.

Roadway Reporter

Roadway Reporter can produce the following types of reports in either PDF or CSV formats.

For mileage reports, Roadway Reporter allows you to select a number of attributes from either event layers, to report the mile count of those attributes based on a summary field, or from a set of summary fields. An example is a report that summarizes miles, lane miles, and vehicle miles traveled by county. Sophisticated mileage reports can be configured through the use of spatial filters, attribute filters, and field formulas.

Mileage report
A mileage report shows lane miles of state roads by county.

For road segment reports, Roadway Reporter allows you to dynamically segment multiple linear event layers together to produce a tabular report that consolidates the event data into one record set. You can filter the routes that are reported by attribute or spatial filters. An example is a report showing Annual Average Daily Traffic (AADT), pavement International Roughness Index (IRI), and pavement surface type for roads within a 5-mile radius of a major development that will bring more traffic to the area.

Segment report
A segment report shows pavement conditions of Worcester County roads.

You can use Roadway Reporter to generate a road log report that traverses a route or set of routes and lists the events and intersections that occur in measure order along with the measure at which they occur. These reports can be used by field crews to locate roadway assets by measure for construction, maintenance, and inspection purposes.

Road log report
A road log report shows State Route 9.

Roadway Reporter supports generating reports in either Adobe Acrobat (PDF) format or CSV format that can be manipulated further in Microsoft Excel. For reports generated in PDF format, Roadway Reporter supports formatting options to modify layout, fonts, table headers, column order, and more.

Roadway Reporter is licensed separately from ArcGIS Roads and Highways Server.