FDOT – Lane Closure Information System (LCIS)The FDOT District Six operations office approves the majority of lane closures, mobile operations, and traffic pacing operations for Miami-Dade, and Monroe counties. The LCIS system reflects current planned operations and updates for these counties.
The ChallengeThe FDOT District Six Traffic Operations Office was using a web application, Lane Closure Information System (LCIS), developed back in 2008 to facilitate the implementation of State’s lane closure policies by enabling the Florida Department of Transportation (FDOT) to easily and efficiently coordinate, track, and broadcast lane closures internally and externally, within the agency and to the public, media, emergency responders, and others. This web application was outdated and in need of many changes due to several performance deficiencies.
Our SolutionAfter several meetings with the department, a new LCIS will be developed, addressing all the current deficiencies, as well as providing a new feature that will offer a more accurate status of work in the field. In addition, the new system will allow IT personnel from FDOT to clone and deploy the system into a different server if needed (system modularity).
What we did
Custom Web Development
Custom App Development
Updates and Changes
The ResultsOur custom-made Lane Closure Information System (LCIS) has streamlined traffic management by enabling the Florida Department of Transportation (FDOT) to efficiently coordinate, track, and broadcast lane closures internally and externally. The LCIS application works seamlessly with Google Map API and is optimized for the best user experience.
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