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Road Infrastructure Management (RIM)

Road Infrastructure Management (RIM) is a monitoring application that provides a new way of collecting road use data from vehicles to better inform and optimise the management of road networks.

RIM is a low-cost application that monitors parameters of location, time and identity. Speed can be derived from position records.

Analysis and reports can include aggregated and de-identified data, and show trends across a network.

Find out more about RIM from our brochure that has information on what you need to know about RIM, how RIM works, benefits of RIM and important information about RIM.

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How it can be used

Road managers and planners may use RIM to gain a better understanding of road and bridge infrastructure utilisation to inform road infrastructure and network planning.

Road managers or regulators will advise when enrolment into the RIM application is required.

Level of assurance

Level 1


See Road Infrastructure Management Schemes for operating arrangements in place.


Last updated on March 26th, 2020

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