Streets, Traffic, and Transportation

Keep Your Community Moving

Asset management is crucial to keeping transportation infrastructure safe and usable. For more than 20 years, Cityworks has developed the leading GIS-centric enterprise system to manage highways, streets, traffic, railroads, transit, airports, and more.


GIS provides a unique platform for managing transportation assets, modeling linear features, and accessing the vast array of data associated with road segments, bridges, signs, signals, rail, runways, and more. 

Easy Map Tools

User-friendly applications with integrated map tools help you visualize scheduled work, ongoing activities, recurring maintenance problems, high-risk areas, and historical information.

Risk Assessment

Using data from Cityworks and ArcGIS, Operational Insights helps build risk model strategies for asset management. This system of insight allows cities and utilities to determine how to prioritize maintenance dollars and capital expenditures.

Transportation Agencies Use Cityworks For:

  • Condition Assessment
  • Maintenance and Service
  • Maintenance Planning
  • Work Order Management
  • Work Crew Management
  • Emergency Response
  • Regulatory Compliance
  • Citizen Engagement
  • Capital Investment

Sugar Land, Texas: Combining Services, Assets, Cityworks, and Financial Planning

Ask any municipality if they are doing asset management, and the response will be yes. Lots of organizations have an asset management system, capital improvement projects, and condition assessments. But asset management, as defined by ISO 55000 and the Institute of Asset Management, encompasses a spectrum of strategic, tactical, and operational business processes. By using …

Springfield, IL Approaches Snow Control Using Cityworks

As the largest city in central Illinois, Springfield is best known for being the home of Abraham Lincoln and the capital of Illinois.  The focus of the city’s public works department is to maintain the city’s infrastructure while serving close to 118,000 residents with water, storm, and sewer services as well as maintaining their transportation …

Snow tracking: City Tests New Road-Condition Software

Phil Jones, a snow inspector for the city of Springfield, drove a public works pickup down Laurel Street Thursday morning. After a few blocks, he pulled over and grabbed the laptop off the mount on the dashboard. Jones clicked the stretch he’d just inspected on a map of city streets, showing blue for “uninvestigated,” and …