- Faster and safer response for emergency services in icy conditions.
- Greater visiblity for the public on passivle routes.
- Reduced engineer disruption during critical time periods.
- Pre-confgured routes (such as gritting routes) can be imported and set as passable, impassable or unknown collectively or individually.
- Different road types (such as A roads, B roads, minor roads, unnamed roads etc) can be set as passable, impassable or unknown collectively.
- Users can defne their own route by drawing it on a map and naming it, then that can be set as passable, impassable or unknown.
- Any authorised user can set the route passability. These could be local authority users, district users, bus operators, etc.
- Whilst Argonaut users can view all road types, Voyager users can be denied access to say the status of minor roads.
Using Idox Transport's "Passable Routes" page any authorised user can quickly annotate a route as being passable, impassable or unknown.
The status of all routes is then instantly broadcast via Voyager to the public, hauliers, bus operators, emergency services, radio stations, etc who can use the information to modify their operations.
Below an Argonaut user has made the "Salting Network" as passable (green) with other roads as impassable (red)
Above the user has made all routes passable.
In the screenshot above the user has set all roads as passable (green).
All routes passable.
Above the Voyager map shows the roads set by the Argonaut user as passable in green (in this case only gritting routes, A and trunk roads are set as passable (green) other roads are set as impassable (red). Unknown status roads are shown in amber .
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