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Map and monitor your roads and highways

GIS gives you a visual and analytical link to assessors' data and multiple listing services, so you have precise property information. Map and monitor your roads and highways to understand the exact location of utilities for construction or permitting. Optimize revenues from right-of-way leases and better supervise vegetation management within your rights-of-way. Understand all of this from your desktop or tablet, and not from the filing cabinet. Whether you want to inventory current properties or understand valuation for acquisition or disposition, GIS gives you a better way to manage properties.


Property acquisition

A key part of your job is acquiring or disposing of properties. With GIS, you can link directly to assessors' data and multiple listing services for precise property valuation data. Gain a more accurate understanding of property acquisition and valuation trends.


Property management

GIS can help you understand the properties you own and manage. Map and monitor your right-of-way utilities and critical right-of-way assets, including drainage and culverts, for a complete picture. GIS also allows you to coordinate and collaborate with other divisions in your organization.



Right-of-way in public lands management is more than just property management. Rights-of-way need to be protected, enforced, and maintained. Highway landscaping and design are an integral part of maintaining public aesthetics. GIS helps you ensure that right-of-way assets are in good condition and vegetation is cleared.

Case study

Managing right-of-way with GIS

The Utah Department of Transportation uses GIS to know what it owns and where so it can make decisions to maximize the property’s value at scale.

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