Interactive Detour Route Mapping (IDRuM) - Version 3

Interactive Detour Route Mapping (IDRuM) - Version 3

Product No.: WEB19032
Date Published: 11/2020

Launch ProductDVRPC, in partnership with PennDOT District 6, has developed the web-based IDRuM application that organizes all existing PennDOT Emergency Detour Routes within the DVRPC region into a manageable, easy-to-use online, GIS based interface. IDRuM compiles the PDF detour maps into a simple "point-and-click" online application which allows the PDF detour maps to be downloaded to be viewed, saved, and/or printed. All detour routes are PennDOT District 6 approved for both passenger vehicles and heavy trucks. The detour route PDFs can be used by first responders, planners, and/or anyone who is in need of DOT approved detour route plans. The next phase of the effort will be to incorporate the NJDOT Detour Routes for the DVRPC Region.

Geographic Area Covered: DVRPC Pennsylvania Region (Bucks, Chester, Delaware, Montgomery, and Philadelphia counties)

Key Words: IDRuM, detour routes, PennDOT District 6, NJDOT, Mapping

Staff Contact(s)

Project Team

  • Glenn T. McNichol Principal GIS Analyst
  • Christopher R. Pollard Manager, Office of GIS
  • Angela Rio Graphic Design and Print Specialist

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