The PathView II desktop client also allows previous collected data, such as pavement type, wearing course, installation date, maintenance, structures and may other items to be directly incorporated in the collection database.
When collection is complete, this information becomes a powerful set of data query tools as newly populated statistics are directly correlated to legacy data. The resulting reports also deeply integrate images, indexes and location information collected by the PathRunner Collection Vehicle with data previously only available in multiple locations from various departments within the transportation agency.
The end product is often a single PathWeb interface with all asset and condition data (such as signage, pavements, traffic statistics, treatments, etc) represented as individual layers that can be simply toggled on and off above a single map. The program also lets you color code by index values and View multiple layers simultaneously to observe correlations across different data types.