Kapur & Associates, Inc. developed a web-based GIS application to support data collection, corridor study and preliminary engineering activities for the reconstruction of the I-94 and Highway 45 Zoo Interchange Corridor in Milwaukee and Waukesha Counties. The application provides a secure browser-based link for WisDOT personnel and consultants to a database containing information, such as as-built drawings and condition reports, needed for preliminary engineering and roadway design tasks. As part of the public outreach process, a database-driven application using Microsoft Access tools was created to track public involvement efforts and create mailing and contact lists.
- Collected data to load into the management system, including the categories of Environmental, Planning, Maintenance, Design, Traffic, Survey, Utilities and Railroad.
- Formed liaisons with state and local agencies, as well as private firms to facilitate the development of data capture and sharing methods.
- Created a web based GIS portal to provide access to project data for the WisDOT and consultants.
- Created a custom Microsoft Access database with intrinsic forms, queries and reports to track public and stakeholder comments and feedback. Mailing and contact lists were an integral part of the database functionality.