RSMS 16 may well be the world's easiest to use GIS (Geographic Information System) software. Although easy to learn and use it is a powerful and visually attractive tool to assist town managers, road commissioners, public works directors, road committees, and budget committees develop a fully-costed, prioritized maintenance plan for their road network, including both gravel and paved roads.
RSMS 16 is not 'just' a fund raising tool, however. It is also a powerful tool for road plan communication, historical record-keeping including budgets, spending, and history of work.
RSMS 16 was launched in 2016, designed to be a greatly enhanced sucessor to RSMS 10 and 11 that adds a GIS (map-based) user interface plus a signs management module.
Specific design goals for RSMS 16 haven't changed one bit from RSMS 10 and RSMS 11: