Logan City Council – Validation of Existing Street Light Data & Data Capture of Additional Lights

To validate existing Energex street light data to ensure the spatial location, addressing and textural attributes were correct, and to capture new street light data along roads and in parks and reserves.

Validation of Existing Street Light Data & Data Capture of Additional Lights

Background

Logan, located between Brisbane and the Gold Coast, is the third largest LGA in SE Queensland by population, and is responsible for costs of electricity for over 25,000 street lights. Following recent LGA amalgamations, Logan inherited over 8,000 lights from Gold Coast and Beaudesert Councils

Objectives

To validate existing Energex street light data to ensure the spatial location, addressing and textural attributes were correct, and to capture new street light data along roads and in parks and reserves.

Plus validation of two existing inventory lists of lights and poles as well as separate lists of:

Scope Of Services

The project involved the validation, mapping and data collection of 27,316 streetlights across 3,715 roads and 1280 reserves throughout the City of Logan.

Project

The following data attributes were captured/verified in the field for each light:

Methodology

Project deliverables included:

Deliverables

Project deliverables included:

Street light data was supplied in the following categories:

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