stakeholder presentation - ALDOT ITS Architecture

Report
Alabama Statewide
ITS Architecture
Stakeholders
Meeting
November 21, 2013
Welcome
from
Director Cooper
Welcome and
Introductions
Meeting Agenda
 ITS
and the Statewide ITS Architecture
 Coordination
between Agencies
 Existing
and Planned ITS Systems, Projects,
Programs
 Local
Needs and Opportunities
 Next
Steps
 Q&A
and Wrap-Up
ITS and the
Statewide ITS
Architecture
What is ITS?
 Intelligent
 Officially
Transportation Systems …
- Electronics, communications, or
information processing used singly or in
combination to improve the efficiency or
safety of a surface transportation system. (23
CFR Part 940)
 Unofficially - People using technology in
transportation to save time, lives, and money
ITS Components
 Communications
 Surveillance
 Detection
 Data
processing
 Information
Dissemination
 Centers (TCCs, TMCs)
 Data Archive / Data
Management
ITS Stakeholders
 Transportation
 Transit
Agencies/Other Transit Providers
 Planning
 Public
 Fleet
Agencies
Organizations
Safety Agencies
Operators
 Travelers
 Activity
 …and
Centers
many more
Traveler Information Systems
 Pre-Trip
Information
 En-route Information
 Tourism and Events
Arterial Management Systems
 Traffic
Surveillance
 Traffic Control
 Lane
Management
 Parking
Management
 Information
Dissemination
 Enforcement
Freeway Management Systems
 Traffic Surveillance
 Special
Event Transportation
Management
 Information Dissemination
 Lane Management
 Enforcement
 Ramp Control
Incident Management Systems
 Surveillance
and Detection
 Mobilization and Response
 Information Dissemination
 Clearance and Recovery
Emergency Management Systems
 Hazardous Materials
Management
 Emergency Medical Services
 Response and Recovery
Roadway Operations & Maintenance
 Information
Dissemination
 Asset Management
 Work Zone Management
Road Weather Management Systems
 Surveillance,
Monitoring, and Prediction
 Information Dissemination
 Traffic Control
 Response and Treatment
Crash Prevention and Safety Systems
 Road
Geometry Warning Systems
 Highway Rail Crossing Systems
 Intersection Collision Warning
 Bicycle Warning Systems
 Animal Warning Systems
 Pedestrian Safety
Intermodal Freight
 Freight
Tracking
 Asset Tracking
 Freight Terminal
Processes
 Drayage Operations
 Freight Highway
Connector Systems
 International Border
Crossing (IBC)
Processes
Commercial Vehicle Operations
 Credential
Administration
 Safety Assurance
 Electronic Screening
 Carrier Operations and Fleet Management
 Security Operations
Transit Management Systems
 Safety
and Security
 Transit Demand Management
 Fleet Management
 Information Dissemination
Electronic Payment Systems
 Toll
Collection
 Transit Fare Payment
 Multi-use Payment
Connected Vehicles
 Collision
Warning Systems
 Driver Assistance Systems
 Collision Notification (“Mayday”) Systems
Benefits of ITS
Safety
Customer
Satisfaction
Mobility
Productivity
Capacity/
Throughput
Energy &
Environment
What is an ITS Architecture?
A specific, tailored framework for ensuring institutional
agreement and technical integration for the implementation
of ITS projects in a particular region. It functionally defines
what pieces of the system are linked to others and what
information is exchanged between them.
Benefits of an ITS Architecture
 Improves
interagency coordination
 Provides better services to public
 Engages stakeholders
 Facilitates future ITS expansion
 Supports integration and interoperability
 Helps tailor ITS to local requirements
 Qualifies state for federal funding
Alabama Statewide ITS Architecture
 Replaces
out-dated Regional ITS
Architectures:
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Huntsville
Montgomery
Shoals
Mobile
Birmingham
 New
Statewide ITS Architecture
encompasses all areas and stakeholders in
the state.
 Any additional Regional ITS Architectures
(not required), should be consistent with
Statewide ITS Architecture.
Coordination
between Agencies
Major Traffic Incident Scenario
Coordination between Agencies
 How
do agencies coordinate today?
 What are their roles and responsibilities?
 What are areas of improvement needed in
interagency coordination?
 How can ITS help interagency coordination?
Break – 15 mins
Existing and
Planned ITS
Systems, Projects,
Programs
ITS in Alabama
ALDOT Division 1
5
CCTV
2 DMS
7 Detectors
2 HAR
ALDOT Division 2
8
CCTV
2 DMS
2 Weather
2 HAR
3 Detectors
ALDOT Division 3
72
CCTV
14 DMS
ALDOT Division 5
5
43
CCTV
13 DMS
ALDOT Division 6
51 CCTV
 10 DMS
 3 HAR
 50 Detectors
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ALDOT SW Region
101
CCTV
15 DMS
7 HAR
28 Detectors
Other Existing info from Surveys
 76%
of respondents exchange info with
Incident/Emergency management agencies
 56% of respondents disseminate traffic
information to the public via the internet
 Top 3 user services for mitigating
transportation problems are Traffic Control,
Incident Management and Disaster
Response/Evacuation
 At least 10 different agencies currently track
incident response times and clearance times.
ALDOT Current & Planned ITS Projects
 Adaptive
Signals
 Algo
 I-10
Corridor
 I-65 DMS Project
 Video Wall Projects
 FHWA Scan Tour
Adaptive Signals (SCATS)
3
Pilot Projects
 Montgomery
 Birmingham
 Huntsville
 Pre & Post
Corridor Study
 Future
Projects
 ALDOT Program
 Municipal ATRIP
projects
 Qualification
demonstration
#
Int.
Project Cost
Cost per
Intersection
Montgomery
35
$1,800,000
$51,500
Birmingham
25
$1,450,000
$58,000
Huntsville
16
$960,000
$60,000
Total
76
$4,210,000
$55,400
Location
Adaptive Signals
 Montgomery
 East & South Boulevard
 35 intersections
 13 miles
 $1.8 million
 Awarded to World
Fiber
 City of Montgomery
maintenance
responsibility
Adaptive Signals
 Birmingham
 US 280
 25 intersections
 9 miles
 $1.45 million
 Awarded to
American Lighting
& Signalization
 ALDOT
maintenance
responsibility
Adaptive Signals
Adaptive Signals
 Huntsville
 US 431 (Governors Dr)
 16 intersections
 8 miles
 $960,000
 Awarded to Shoals
Electric
 City of Huntsville
maintenance
responsibility
algo
 Deployment
status:
 Montgomery
 Mobile
 Birmingham
80%
20%
0%
www.algotraffic.com (coming soon)
Mobile app (coming soon)
Corridor
I-65 DMS Project - Montgomery
I-65 DMS Project - Montgomery
I-65 DMS Project - Montgomery
I-65 DMS Project - Montgomery
I-65 DMS Project - Montgomery
Video Walls
 Designed
by Stantec
 Letting Date
 November 2013 – Mobile
 2014 – Birmingham
 2014 – Montgomery
FHWA Scan Tour
FHWA Scan Tour
 March
11 – 15, 2013
 Florida DOT
 D5 & OOCEA –
Orlando
 D4 – Ft. Lauderdale
 D7 - Tampa
FHWA Scan Tour Action Items
 Complete
the ALGO deployment (statewide
traffic management system software)
 Develop a Statewide ITS Architecture
 Develop a Strategic Business Plan
 Dedicate staffing
 Develop performance measures
 Develop an ITS network segregated from the
current IT network
 Develop standards and specifications for ITS
deployments and devices
 Develop TMC Standard Operations Procedures
FHWA Scan Tour Action Items
 Develop
Traffic Incident Management
procedures
 Expand the ASAP program
 Implement 511 (meet the 2014 CFR
requirement)
 Utilize contract services as a force multiplier
 Expand TMC operations to other regional areas
(consider a statewide facility)
 Standardize statewide systems
 Develop a training program for maintenance
and operations
Other Planned Systems from Questionnaires
 Implementing
a traffic management center,
fiber optic cables and CCTV
 Planning a dispatch center to receive and
dispatch customer service requests
 Signalized intersection coordination via
centralized traffic control center
 Cameras, detection devices, DMS signs
 Increasing surveillance areas and TMC
relocation
Other Planned Systems from Questionnaires
 Fiber
audit and relocating fiber
 Continuing project to update
communications
 Potential expansion of transit services
 Upgrading scheduling and dispatching
software
 Maintenance funded weather monitoring
and traffic cameras
Other Information from Questionnaires
 70%
of respondents feel Coordinated Signal
Systems would be beneficial in their area.
 67% feel Integrated Regional Management
would be beneficial.
 63% feel Integrated Emergency Response
would be beneficial.
Overview of Local
Needs and
Opportunities
Discussions
Local Needs and Opportunities
 Traffic
incident management
 Emergency response
 Congestion
 Safety
 Others?
Lunch – 30 mins
Local Needs and
Opportunities
Discussions
Local Needs and Opportunities
 Traffic
incident management
 Emergency response
 Congestion
 Safety
 Others?
Highlights from
Local Discussions
Top Local Needs and Opportunities
 First
Division
 Second Division
 Third Division
 Fourth Division
 Fifth Division
 Seventh Division
 SW Region
 Central Office
Next Steps
Next Steps
 ITS
Stakeholder Questionnaires returned by
Monday Dec. 2nd
 Develop Draft ITS Architecture Document
 Stakeholders Review / Comment on Draft
Document (March 2014)
 Develop Final ITS Architecture Document
 Send electronic copies of the completed
Alabama Statewide ITS Architecture
Document to stakeholders (May 2014)
Q&A
For More Information
 Visit:
Alabama Statewide ITS Architecture website
at: http://www.aldotitsarchitecture.com
 Contact:
Gary W. Moore, P.E.
ALDOT Traffic Design Engineer
(334)-242-6160
[email protected]
Thank you!

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