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Program Contact

Robert Pollack
Robert.Pollack@dot.gov
202-366-5019

The Roadway Data Extraction Technical Assistance Program (RDETAP) is a new technical assistance program currently being piloted in Missouri and Washington. It is designed to help State DOTs and local agencies expand and improve their roadway inventory data collection consistent with the Model Inventory of Roadway Elements (MIRE) from commonly available existing sources of data, such as State video logs, Google Earth and Bing street view maps.

The RDETAP includes two guides. The RDETAP Guide provides instruction on how to identify, extract, manipulate, and reformat roadway data into a state's roadway inventory system. The goal of the RDETAP Implementation and Programming Guide is to document and explain the steps used in extracting roadway inventory data from existing data sources to expand and enhance the roadway inventory data available to states with regard to MIRE and other roadway data. This programming guide describes the structure and code of the RDE Tool and provides examples of the process for implementation.

Interested in RDETAP Technical Assistance?

Agencies interested in participating in the RDETAP technical assistance program can contact Bob Pollack at Robert.Pollack@dot.gov.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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