SR web tool lets you drive Washington highways from your computer

Sunday, January 27, 2013

On the road again with SR Web

The State Route Web Tool (SRweb) is an application that allows users to view digital images of the Washington State Highway System via their web browser. It provides users with the ability to view portions of the Washington State Highway Log with images at each of the milepost locations.

By clicking the milepost of interest, an image appears for the specified location. The image (milepost location) can then be advanced by clicking the "Forward" and "Backward" buttons, essentially enabling you to 'drive' the highway. It is also possible to "skim" a route by setting the "jump" value from 1/100th of a mile to any multiple of 1/100th. The SRweb images database is updated every other year.

Recommended for first time users, the SRweb User Instruction guide will assist you in getting started with the application.

They even provide assistance via email SRweb Support or phone 360-570-2359.


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