The increasing number of cars year by year is beginning to pose challenges that are becoming difficult to control. In order to meet the demands imposed by civilizational progress, dynamic spatial expansion, and improve the quality of life for residents, there is an emphasis on developing high-quality road infrastructure. The result of these efforts is an increase in community safety, a reduction in air pollution emissions for the sake of the environment, and a more efficient use of people’s time, as they can utilize it more effectively instead of being stuck in traffic.
Thanks to the use of 3D visualizations, road users can familiarize themselves with the outcome of design work presented in the form of three-dimensional graphics. Although there is still a long way to go in preparing the project, let alone completing the work, it is known how the route will proceed after the final completion of the investment, what will be changed and modernized, and what can be expected.
3D road visualizations are a solution used, among other things, when announcing a tender for the development of a specific area and presenting sections when submitting projects to the General Directorate for National Roads and Motorways to meet all the requirements of this institution.
For general contractors, investors, and designers, 3D road visualizations are also a way to make the necessary changes before making the final decision to build or reconstruct a specific section.
An important aspect of the project is the inclusion of greenery in the roadside, taking into account its role and positive impact on the environment, mainly as a means of protecting it from noise and air and soil pollution. Therefore, the natural surroundings are of utmost importance in such 3D visualizations.
Additionally, the Municipal Road Authorities and Rural Road Authorities conduct public consultations on matters related to planned investments, renovations, and other infrastructure development projects. In situations where residents or local authorities are skeptical about planned initiatives, presenting 3D visualizations can be an effective argument.
Through the use of drone footage, allowing for the presentation of a large area, we can show what is to be created and how it will appear against both the immediate surroundings and urban or rural architecture, even though the project is still in the planning and/or implementation stage. Only through the creation of such professional 3D visualizations can investors gain a free assessment of the suitability of a particular project and whether it meets the conditions for its application in a specific space.