Transportation Data, GIS & Modeling

State Route Web Tool (SRweb) Help

Here you will find the SRweb user instructions/help information for the SRweb Application. If you need more assistance than what is available here, please email SRweb Support or call 360-570-2426.


Selecting a Region SRweb Controls List Selecting a Route
Selecting an Image Viewing Road Images More about SRweb

SRweb Additional Features

Copying Emailing Printing Saving



Selecting a Region

At the top left of SRweb's main window is the Select A Region Map.

Step 1: To select a region of interest, click on the appropriate region abbreviation on the Select A Region Map. 

SRweb Select a Region map screen shot

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SRweb Controls List

The following table contains a list of SRweb controls used while viewing images and an explanation of what those controls do:

Show Highway Log Button Image
Show the highway log for the region selected on the "Select a Region" map
Increasing Milepost Image
Select to view images in the increasing (North or East) milepost direction
Decreasing Milepost Image
Select to view images in the decreasing (South or West) milepost direction
Forward Arrow Image
Move view forward by jump factor
Backwards Arrow Image
Move view backwards by jump factor
Jump Factor Image
Set milepost interval between images

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Selecting a Route

On the left of the SRweb main window, under the Select a Region Map, is the Route Window.

Step 2: Click on the Dropdown Arrow in the Route Box and click the appropriate state route.

For this example, 410 Mainline is the selected state route.

SRweb Selecting a Route Screenshot

Step 3: After the state route is selected, click the Show Highway Log Button Image button in the Route Window.

The Highway Log of the selected state route will appear at the bottom of SRweb's main window. The Highway
has five columns: Accum Miles, Mile Post, Feature, LR, and Description. The table below explains the
highway log columns in more detail.

Accum Miles The route mile accumulated from the beginning of a State Route in the direction of the roadway
Mile Post Sequential number, in designated direction of travel, of 1/100 mile increments
Feature Feature of the road at the corresponding milepost
LR Left/Right indicator showing location of feature in relation to increasing direction of roadway
Description Description of Feature

SRweb Highway Log Screenshot



Selecting an Image

Step 4: Click on a specific milepost in the milepost column of the Highway Log.

Step 5: Scroll down the list by dragging (holding down the left mouse button and moving down) the Vertical Scroll Bar if a desired milepost is not visible in the Highway Log.

SRweb Selecting an Image Screenshot

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Viewing Road Images

The image corresponding to the previously selected milepost should now be visible in SRweb's main window.

For this example, milepost 49.00 is selected.

SRweb Viewing Road Images Screenshot

Step 6: Click on the Increasing Milepost Image or Decreasing Milepost Image radio button to specify a direction of travel.

Step 7: Click the Backwards Arrow Image button to move the displayed image backward 1/100 or .01 miles.

Step 8: Click the Forward Arrow Imagebutton to move the displayed image forward 1/100 or .01 miles.

Step 9: To increase the mileage between images, change the number in the Milepost Jump Factor Box to a number greater than 1.

Note: SRweb images can only be displayed one at a time.

SRweb Screenshot

To exit SRweb, close the web page by clicking the "X" button in the top right of the main window.

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More About SRweb

SRweb Disclaimer

For questions or comments regarding SRweb, please Email SRweb support or contact (360) 570-2426.

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SRweb Additional Features

SRweb is an application which runs on your Internet browser. The menu options at the top of the window are for
your Internet browser, not SRweb. However, you can perform the following features through your Internet Browser:


To copy an image, right click on the image. A shortcut menu will appear. Drop down and click on Copy. This
will copy the current image to the Windows Clipboard. From the Clipboard, you can then paste the image to any Windows application that accepts images.


To Email an image, right click on the image. A shortcut menu will appear. Drop down and click on Copy.
Create a new message through the Email application you are using. Right click and Paste the image into
your message.

Internet Explorer 6 users can right click on an image and choose E-Mail Picture... to Email an image.


To print an image, right click in the white portion of the frame where the image is located. A shortcut menu will appear. Drop down and click on Print. The print dialog box will appear. Click on the Options tab. In the Print
Frame, select "Only the selected frame" and click on Print.


To save an image, right click on the image. A shortcut menu will appear. Drop down and click on Save
Picture As. The image will save as a .JPG image by default.

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