Result I: AGEROUTE’s main network provides (15,500 km):
data relating to surface conditions and sustainability of the road (deteriorations, surface state rating, uni measure, velocity)
accurate information on linear and route alignments, and
data on the exact location of road references (agglomerations, intersections, terminals, structures, etc.)
This will be done by providing VIZIROAD measurement files and shape measurements in accordance with the traffic information system rule. This will enable the automatic transfer of data to the VISAGE traffic database. The measurement files must include:
VIZIROAD keyboard data files and velocity measurements;
flatness measurement files;
photo recording files;
GPS data recording files;
Result II: AGEROUTE possesses data about the geometry, the infrastructures, the environment, the terrain, etc., as well as geotechnical data and bearing capacity of control sections from the main paved network (6,500 km)
This will be done by restoring the control sections data in the form of an Excel spread sheet, namely:
Gross deflections and features (D98);
Laboratory study results regarding the support floor or platform (LCP and USCS class; W% nat, %F<80μ,IP, W % OPM, σdmax, CBR 4 j)
Type and thickness of materials that constitute the various layers of the pavement;
Result III: AGEROUTE has updated data about main network traffic (15,500 km).
This will be done by restoring traffic data, that is, the total number of vehicles per category and in terms of traffic flow direction (average and daily) will be in the form of an Excel spread sheet. AGEROUTE will provide a list of the different vehicle categories, which will be established on the basis of the tally sheet (see section 4.2).
Result IV: AGEROUTE has the necessary point locations or PLOs that are materialized on the ground via terminals. These PLOs position the origin of each of the paved network’s referential section samples, predefined in the BDR.
AGEROUTE also has the necessary GPS points and photos capturing the origins of referential section samples for non-paved roads. These have also been predefined in the BDR.
L’AGEROUTE has a “route guide” that describes:
The identification and location of PLOs on the paved route,
The identification and location of the referential section sample origins on the non-paved route.