ODOT Statewide TMC

Report
ODOT’S
STATEWIDE TMC
6 MAJOR URBAN REGIONS – 1 CENTRAL TMC
• Akron/Canton
• Cleveland
• Cincinnati
• Columbus
• Dayton
• Toledo
55” LED/LCD TV MONITORS
CONFERENCE/INCIDENT MANAGEMENT AREA
TMC WORKSTATIONS
STATEWIDE CONSTRUCTION TMC COSTS
ITEM
UNIT COST
QTY
EST. TOTAL COST
ACTUAL COST
$20,000
1
$20,000
$15,028
Workstation Table Tops
$0
9
$0
$0
Filing Cabinets (under each desk)
$0
9
$0
$0
Electric/Phone/Network Outlets
$0
11
$0
$0
Wiring for Emergency Backup Power
$2,412
1
$2,412
$2,412
Desktop PCs
$1,500
10
$15,000
$15,000
22" LCD Monitors
$170
90
$18,900
$15,300
Video Cards
$51
30
$1,510
$1,510
Extra 4GB Memory
$100
10
$1,000
$100
Monitor Stands
$1,164
16
$9,000
$18,624
55" LED/LCD TVs
$1,640
6
$6,400
$9,840
LCD TV Ceiling Mounts
$1,895
4
$400
$1,895
16
$3,162
$3,162
10
$3,390
$3,390
$81,174
$86,261
TMC Walls
Window Shades
Chairs (Breathe)
TOTALS
$339
1 OPERATOR PER REGION PER SHIFT
EXISTING ITS PERSONNEL FILL IN IF NEEDED
TMC OPERATING HOURS AND PHONE NUMBERS
24/7 Operation
3 Shifts
5:00 AM – 1:30 PM
1:00 PM – 9:30 PM
9:00 PM – 5:00 AM
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800-884-4030
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614-387-2437
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614-387-2438
ITS DEVICES
OPERATOR CONTROL OF CCTV CAMERA
Milestone X-Protect Smart Client
TYPICAL DMS TRAVEL TIME MESSAGE
DISPLAYED 5AM – 9PM
MINUTES TO:
Destination 1
XX MI
Destination 2
XX MI
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DESTINATION DYNAMIC MESSAGE SIGNS
FREEWAY SERVICE PATROLS
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20 Vehicles Statewide
# vehicles vary by region
6AM – 10AM – 3:00PM – 7PM
Coming soon 6AM – 7PM
Sponsorships = TBD
STATEWIDE 511 SYSTEM
• Statewide 511 System
• Replaced old ARTIMIS 511
• Dial “511” Statewide for traveler information
1-800-511-OHIO
WWW.OHGO.COM
New ODOT Website
Includes smartphone, tablet, kiosk, PC views & future mobile app
TOWING &
RECOVERY
INCENTIVE
PROGRAM
WHAT IS TRIP?
 An ODOT program that will reward an incentive to prequalified towing and
recovery companies for the timely removal of large vehicle incidents from
ODOT roadway.
 The first pilot program has begun in the Central Ohio Area.
 Rusty’s Towing, Eitel’s Towing, Eastland Towing, and ProTow have all been
prequalified to participate.
 Future expansion to Cleveland and Cincinnati
WHAT QUALIFIES AS A TRIP?

A TRIP call may be initiated under the following
conditions:

A crash involving a DOT Class 7 or 8 Heavy Duty
vehicle that blocks or otherwise affects the traveled
lanes
 Rollover, jack-knifed, or otherwise not drivable
 Lost or shifted load
 Truck fire w/ tires burned off
 Major impact with guard rail, bridge support, or
structure

A crash involving a DOT Class 5 or 6 vehicle that blocks
or otherwise affects the travelled lanes
 Rollover, jack-knifed. Or otherwise not drivable
 Fire w/tires burned off
 Major impact with guard rail, bridge support. Or
structure
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As allowed by an ODOT TMC Supervisor
PROGRAM BOUNDARIES
 The pilot program shall cover I-270, all interstates inside the perimeter, all of
SR-315 within the boundaries of I-270, all interchange ramps, and the following
boundaries outside the perimeter:
 I-71 (Northside):
to US-36/SR-37, Exit 131
 I-71 (Southside):
to SR-665/London Groveport Road, Exit 97
 I-70 (Westside):
to Hilliard-Rome Road, Exit 91A
 I-70 (Eastside):
to SR-256, Exit 112
 US-33 (Southeast):
to SR-317/Hamilton Road
 US-33 (Northwest):
to SR-161/Post Road
 SR-161 (Northeast):
to US-62/E Johnstown Road
TRIP OPERATIONAL FLOW CHART
TRIP Initiated: TMC Notifies Towing
Company
Towing Company Arrives On Scene
Incident Commander Gives Go Ahead
TRIP Company Clears Lanes
TRIP OPERATIONAL FLOW CHART
TRIP Initiated: TMC Notifies Towing
Company
Towing Company Arrives On Scene
Incident Commander Gives Go Ahead
TRIP Company Clears Lanes
HOW TO INITIATE A TRIP CALL
 ODOT Statewide TMC will be the point of contact for TRIP.
 TMC may be notified of a potential TRIP situation by ODOT, FSP, law
enforcement, and/or fire/emergency.
 If there is an agreement that the incident qualifies, the TMC will notify the
contractor and record the time of notification.
TRIP OPERATIONAL FLOW CHART
TRIP Initiated: TMC Notifies Towing
Company
Towing Company Arrives On Scene
Incident Commander Gives Go Ahead
TRIP Company Clears Lanes
TRIP OPERATIONAL FLOW CHART
TRIP Initiated: TMC Notifies Towing
Company
Towing Company Arrives On Scene
Incident Commander Gives Go Ahead
TRIP Company Clears Lanes
TRIP OPERATIONAL FLOW CHART
TRIP Initiated: TMC Notifies Towing
Company
Towing Company Arrives On Scene
Incident Commander Gives Go Ahead
TRIP Company Clears Lanes
INCENTIVE PAYMENT
 ODOT agrees to grant an incentive payment to the prequalified
towing contractor if the clearance activity meets the following two
requirements:
 The contractor shall arrive on scene no more than 45 minutes from being called by
the TMC from the hours of 5:30 AM to 7:00 PM Monday-Friday. No more than 60
minutes from initial contact at any other time.
 The contractor shall complete clearance activities no more than 90 minutes from
being given the go-ahead by the incident commander.
 $2500 or $600 show up fee
EXTENUATING CIRCUMSTANCES
 At any time the Incident Commander may direct the Company to stop clearance
activities due to extenuating circumstances (HazMat, etc).
 When the direction to stop is given by the Incident Commander, the Company shall
inform the ODOT TMC.
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The “90 minute Clock” will be paused.
 When the direction to proceed with road clearance activity is issued, the Company
shall inform the ODOT TMC.
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The “90 minute Clock” will begin again from where it was paused.
 These timestamps must be recorded and verified by the Incident Commander (can
be done after the incident).
TRIP BEST PRACTICE VIDEO

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