Release Date: Wednesday, May 31st, 2023
Crash Tree Diagrams
Added the Crash Tree Diagrams application for all AASHTOWare Safety organizations and organizations with Crash Query.
Improvements to the crash mapping logic.
Added the new Line Tool feature, which allows users to easily filter crashes on a given roadway.
Added the ability to view city/county/district boundary lines on the Crash Query map.
Fixed a bug with Sliding Window Analysis that was preventing screenings with less than 40 results from displaying on the map.
Added the ability to select custom date ranges for Empirical Bayes network screening results.
Changes to the Date Extents picker in all Network Screening applications (Segments, Intersections, and Sliding Window Analysis).
The Overdispersion value for each SPF now supports functions rather than static values, as was previously available.
Added a link to the support documentation for each application. This can be accessed by clicking the question mark button in the top right corner of the screen (next to the Save button).
Minor adjustments to the layout of our login pages to enhance visual clarity
Enhanced Password Reset Process. Customers can now specify a custom email address for password-related inquiries, enabling them to choose an alternative contact apart from our support team.
Subtle yet significant improvements to the KABCO color coding system to enhance the contrast between different severities across the application in general