Midwestern Software Solutions

The Most Innovative System that Integrates the Management of Your Transportation Data

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July 9, 2014
Northwest Louisiana Council of Governments (NLCOG), Louisiana has selected a total solution consist of MS2's cloud-based Travel Time Database System (TTDS) and HERE (aka NAVTEQ) travel time data. The region-wide traffic speed data and powerful analytic tools will significantly improve NLCOG's planning activities.


June 2, 2014
Montana Department of Transportation (MDT) has expanded the use of MS2's cloud-based TDMS to completely replace its current system for statewide traffic mornitoring process. The initiative will streamline, standardize, and expedite the traffic data collection, analysis, reporting, and sharing in Montana.


May 1, 2014
Upon the success of using MS2 software for its traffic data management, City of Hamilton, Ontario has expanded the MS2 TDMS with a HPMS module for creating a complete traffic flow network.


March 1, 2014
City of Renton, Washington has selected MS2 to implement and host a cloud-based Traffic Crash Location System (TCLS). The system, integrated with Google Maps and ArcGIS server, will be used to manage and analyze traffic crash data throughout the city.


January 6, 2014
Ohio Department of Transportation (ODOT) has selected MS2's cloud-based TDMS to replace its current system for its statewide traffic mornitoring process. The initiative will streamline, standardize, and expedite the traffic data collection, analysis, reporting, and sharing in Ohio.


November 15, 2013
Illinois Department of Transportation (IDOT), a long time MS2 software client, has selected MS2's cloud-based Travel Time Database System (TTDS) to manage and analyze free travel time data provided by HERE under the FHWA contract. The TTDS provides IDOT and its partner agencies with powerful analytic tools for planning activities and engineering operations, such as Congestion Management Process and Performance Measure Analysis.


October 30, 2013
Capital Region Planning Commission (CRPC), Louisiana has selected a total solution consist of MS2's cloud-based Travel Time Database System (TTDS) and HERE (aka NAVTEQ) travel time data. The region-wide traffic speed data and powerful analytic tools will significantly improve CRPC's planning activities such as Congestion Management Process and Travel Demand Model Calibration.


August 30, 2013
City of McKinney, Texas has selected MS2 to implement and host a cloud-based Traffic Crash Location System (TCLS). The system, integrated with Google Maps and ArcGIS server, will be used to manage and analyze traffic crash data throughout the city.



August 29, 2013
City of Hamilton, Ontario, Canada has selected MS2 to implement and host a cloud-based Transportation Data Management System (TDMS). The system, integrated with Google Maps and ArcGIS server, will enable the city to efficiently manage, analyze, and share traffic data.



August 9, 2013
City of Charlotte, North Carolina has selected MS2 to implement and host a cloud-based Transportation Data Management System (TDMS). The contract covers 4 system modules - Traffic Crash, Traffic Count, Turning Movement Count, and Travel Time. The 5-year contract has optional 2-year renewals. The TDMS will be used by the city as a comprehensive software solution that includes traffic collision reporting, traffic data management and travel time data to provide a safe and efficient transportation system and to plan for future growth.



June 26, 2013
Morris County, New Jersey has selected MS2 to implement and host a cloud-based Road Sign Management System (RSMS). The system, integrated with Google Maps and ArcGIS server, will enable the county to efficiently manage, monitor, and maintain 19,000 road signs.



June 21, 2013
City of New Haven, Connecticut has selected MS2 to implement and host a cloud-based Transportation Data Management System (TDMS). The system, integrated with Google Maps and ArcGIS server, will enable the city to efficiently manage, analyze, and share traffic data.





Google Maps / ArcGIS Server Integration

Google Maps / ArcGIS Server Integration
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Detailed Reports

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Midwestern Software Solutions, LLC
(A Division of Midwestern Consulting, LLC)
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Ann Arbor, Michigan 48108
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Transportation Data Management System

If you're concerned about traffic safety, congestion, and pollution; and if saving time and money sounds appealing, there's some good news for you.

Effectively managing traffic data has never been easier, more detailed, or more affordable. There are now web-based transportation data management systems available for nearly every budget. These programs use the power of the Internet and GIS technology to provide transportation professionals with better tools--that are easier to use than ever before--for less than they spend now.

Specific benefits available include:
  • Powerful data management capabilities
  • Interactive gis maps and databases
  • Built in data validation
  • Automated creation of forms and reports
  • Accurate inventory / cost estimates
  • Ease of use / minimal training time

But the biggest benefit is knowing that you're getting the safest, most accurate, efficient, and cost effective transportation data management systems available anywhere.

"In the wake of the 35W bridge collapse, this has become a very handy tool. People who are seeing it for the first time are really impressed. Luckily, we had finished a bunch of counts in the bridge area before it fell down. That has become extremely useful for planning and detouring and adding new lanes."

Jim Dahlseid
City of Minneapolis
Traffic & Parking Services

Transportation professionals around the country are realizing significant measurable benefits from these innovative systems.


List of Available Modules


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