VDOT Emerging Technologies

Report
Emerging Transportation Technologies in Virginia
Ken Earnest
Assistant Division Administrator
Operations Division
Advancement of Roadside Technologies
• I-95 Express Lanes (29 miles) will open in early 2015
• I-66 Active Traffic Management (ATM) system will be
operational in early 2015
• I-77 Fancy Gap Mountain will have an Active Traffic and
Safety Management System with Variable Speed Limits by
the end of 2015
• Existing Connected Vehicle test bed in Northern Virginia
will be expanded further west on I-66
• New funding in six year program for deployment of CCTV
cameras and DMS on key interstate routes
• Continued expansion of fiber optic resource sharing routes
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Fiber Optic Resource Sharing
Program Background
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VDOT’s Fiber Optic Resource Sharing program allows communications
providers to install fiber infrastructure on limited-access right-of-way
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In exchange, the
provider allows
VDOT to use a
number of fibers
to support its
Operations
Program
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VDOT currently
has agreements
with 16
communications
providers with
access to 3,200
miles of fiber
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Statewide TOC & ATMS Services Contract
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Statewide contract provides comprehensive, performance-based services:
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TOC Floor Operations
ITS Field Maintenance
Safety Service Patrol Operations
Statewide ATMS Solution and Technology Support
Program Management and Governance
General Support Services
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Contract awarded to Serco July 1, 2013, includes a team of subcontractors
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Six year base term with three, 2 year renewals (replaced 11 separate contracts)
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All operational services have been successfully transitioned in all 5 Regions
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Phased implementation for ATMS platform (Platform as a Service)
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Salem and Staunton TOCs end of July 2014
Richmond TOC this fall
NOVA and Hampton Roads TOCs summer 2015
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