Using GIS to review street light billing information

​The Village of Norridge has requested and received information
pertaining to ComEd operated lights in the village, specifically ones
along the major roads and intersections. The purpose is to compare the
data provided by ComEd with the location information collected via field
checks to make sure that the billing information is correct.

By using GIS and the location information provided by ComEd, the
lights can be plotted on a base map and then compared with the known
locations of the lights collected by the village. Any inconsistancies,
such as missing lights or duplicated locations can be noted and then
reviewed with ComEd. This will allow the village to make sure it’s
paying the correct amount in electrical bills and will improve ComEd’s
data records for the village.

Using GIS to review street light billing information

​The Village of Norridge has requested and received information
pertaining to ComEd operated lights in the village, specifically ones
along the major roads and intersections. The purpose is to compare the
data provided by ComEd with the location information collected via field
checks to make sure that the billing information is correct.

By using GIS and the location information provided by ComEd, the
lights can be plotted on a base map and then compared with the known
locations of the lights collected by the village. Any inconsistancies,
such as missing lights or duplicated locations can be noted and then
reviewed with ComEd. This will allow the village to make sure it’s
paying the correct amount in electrical bills and will improve ComEd’s
data records for the village.