JEFFERSON COUNTY ANNOUNCES COUNTYWIDE DATA COLLECTION PROJECTJEFFERSON COUNTY ROAD AND BRIDGE, November 6, 2017, has partnered with the Cartegraph Data Services team to perform a countywide data collection project starting November 13, 2017 to March 30, 2018. Using state-of-the-art technology, the Cartegraph team will assess local pavement conditions and build a comprehensive pavement inventory. The county will use this data to identify the streets most in need of repairs and develop a multi-year paving plan that will be shared with local utilities and citizens.Citizens can expect to see a slow-moving Cartegraph vehicle traveling paved streets unincorporated areas of the county. These vehicles are fitted with specialized technology that measures the surface condition of the pavement, based on standards set by the American Society for Testing and Materials. Once the asset (street) data is collected and analyzed, it will be loaded into the Cartegraph Operations Management System where the county will continue to track pavement condition, plan and conduct maintenance work, and monitor all costs and activities associated with the asset.The data collection project schedule is subject to change due to timing of other utility projects, weather, special events, and any unforeseen circumstances.About Cartegraph Data Services:The Cartegraph Data Services team combines advanced technology and know-how to plan, collect, optimize, and deliver asset data that’s accurate and detailed. From asset inventories, condition assessments, and field mapping to digital imagery and 3D reality capture, their services are tailored to meet the needs of growing communities with limited budgets and resources. For more information, please visit www.cartegraph.com/datacollection.