PRIME3SG enables transportation companies to meet the needs of each department with one easily supported application, letting them start with a single department or solution and expand as time, goals and budget permit.

Transportation Companies can use ECM in such departments as:

  • Finance and Accounting
  • Human Resources
  • Contracts Management
  • Global Trade


Transportation professionals all over the world have discovered and embraced GIS as an important tool in managing, planning, evaluating, and maintaining transportation systems.

GIS for Transportation, named GIS-T by the American Association of State Highway and Transportation Officials, has been used for diverse purposes:

  • Modeling travel demand 20 years in the future to tracking a snowplow
  • Analyzing the annual capital improvement plans to identifying noise regulation violations around airports
  • Improving transit service throughout rejuvenated urban centers to planning scenic byways in recreational areas


Transportation professionals in highway and roadway agencies need to effectively plan, monitor, and manage strategic infrastructure investments. GIS provides the ideal platform for helping to determine capacity enhancements, operational improvements, and public transportation investments that will deliver optimal support to your communities.

For highway operations, Intelligent Transportation Systems (ITS) utilize the latest technologies to help alleviate traffic congestion and optimize traffic flow. A wide range of Esri desktop, server, and mobile GIS software and applications help highway engineers monitor dynamic traffic conditions for analysis, response, and communication. GIS can be configured to push real-time traffic condition updates out to the public via the Internet or to geographically specific areas via cell phones


Railway organizations invest heavily in their track network and support infrastructure. In addition to maintaining infrastructure network information, managers also need to be able to use it for decision support and business operations. Interoperability support (CAD and GIS integration) can be used to create a comprehensive rail information system that supports all critical business processes.

Railway managers, whether focused on passenger or freight delivery, can use the spatial and analytic components of GIS to efficiently manage assets, maximize throughput, and monitor safety. The ability to share maps and information online improves communication with your stakeholders, including customers.

GIS mobile applications make it easier for crews to locate infrastructure, access accurate information, and file reports from the field.

Public Transit

Public transit is key to meeting transportation challenges presented by rapidly growing cities, rising fuel prices, budget constraints, and global environmental issues. GIS visualization and analysis tools can help you integrate critical information for effective public transit planning, operations, monitoring, and delivery.

For cost-effective route planning, GIS helps you take into account both ridership demand and efficient route analyses. GIS software for the Web enables you to provide online public access to interactive maps and real-time arrival information.

GIS implementation will be supported with comprehensive resources including training, publications, technical support, data, and a strong team of expert consultants who specialize in transportation applications.