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Jackson MS Traffic Management System
Jackson MS Traffic Management System
Jackson MS Traffic Management System
Jackson MS Traffic Management System
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Jackson MS Traffic Management System

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Presentation on the installation of a traffic management system in the Jackson, MS metro area. Presented to American Society of Civil Engineers, Jackson Branch, on 9/12/09 by Acey Roberts

Presentation on the installation of a traffic management system in the Jackson, MS metro area. Presented to American Society of Civil Engineers, Jackson Branch, on 9/12/09 by Acey Roberts

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  • At the end of the day, our ultimate goal is to provide a statewide system that can be used to plan, develop, and operate a truly integrated transportation management system. When you walk into the statewide center in Jackson, you will be able to instantly know what is going on at each of the regional centers. Any type of incident or emergency situation can be easily coordinated from either Jackson or a local center. The system that MDOT is developing will not be a stand alone system, but rather a true integrated and coordinated network throughout the entire state. This coordination and integration will not only be with MDOT centers but also other centers operated by local municipalities and surrounding DOT’s. The City of Jackson TMC is an example of integration with a local municipality. It is connected to the Statewide Center through a fiber communications link. As the MSTraffic communications infrastructure is expanded, MDOT’s Statewide TMC will be networked with centers in Memphis, Baton Rouge, Birmingham, and Mobile.
  • An ITS program is much more than just installing cameras and signs along the roadway, it’s all about managing the highway system in a manner that captures the available capacity, improves transportation safety and provides useful information to the traveling public. We work to identify and balance the needs of metropolitan vs statewide and rural vs inter-urban ITS programs, and most importantly, attempt to make sure the elements that are implemented are appropriate for each unique situation. Note: No click to advance slide.
  • At the end of the day, our ultimate goal is to provide a statewide system that can be used to plan, develop, and operate a truly integrated transportation management system. When you walk into the statewide center in Jackson, you will be able to instantly know what is going on at each of the regional centers. Any type of incident or emergency situation can be easily coordinated from either Jackson or a local center. The system that MDOT is developing will not be a stand alone system, but rather a true integrated and coordinated network throughout the entire state. This coordination and integration will not only be with MDOT centers but also other centers operated by local municipalities and surrounding DOT’s. The City of Jackson TMC is an example of integration with a local municipality. It is connected to the Statewide Center through a fiber communications link. As the MSTraffic communications infrastructure is expanded, MDOT’s Statewide TMC will be networked with centers in Memphis, Baton Rouge, Birmingham, and Mobile.
  • At the end of the day, our ultimate goal is to provide a statewide system that can be used to plan, develop, and operate a truly integrated transportation management system. When you walk into the statewide center in Jackson, you will be able to instantly know what is going on at each of the regional centers. Any type of incident or emergency situation can be easily coordinated from either Jackson or a local center. The system that MDOT is developing will not be a stand alone system, but rather a true integrated and coordinated network throughout the entire state. This coordination and integration will not only be with MDOT centers but also other centers operated by local municipalities and surrounding DOT’s. The City of Jackson TMC is an example of integration with a local municipality. It is connected to the Statewide Center through a fiber communications link. As the MSTraffic communications infrastructure is expanded, MDOT’s Statewide TMC will be networked with centers in Memphis, Baton Rouge, Birmingham, and Mobile.
  • At the end of the day, our ultimate goal is to provide a statewide system that can be used to plan, develop, and operate a truly integrated transportation management system. When you walk into the statewide center in Jackson, you will be able to instantly know what is going on at each of the regional centers. Any type of incident or emergency situation can be easily coordinated from either Jackson or a local center. The system that MDOT is developing will not be a stand alone system, but rather a true integrated and coordinated network throughout the entire state. This coordination and integration will not only be with MDOT centers but also other centers operated by local municipalities and surrounding DOT’s. The City of Jackson TMC is an example of integration with a local municipality. It is connected to the Statewide Center through a fiber communications link. As the MSTraffic communications infrastructure is expanded, MDOT’s Statewide TMC will be networked with centers in Memphis, Baton Rouge, Birmingham, and Mobile.
  • At the end of the day, our ultimate goal is to provide a statewide system that can be used to plan, develop, and operate a truly integrated transportation management system. When you walk into the statewide center in Jackson, you will be able to instantly know what is going on at each of the regional centers. Any type of incident or emergency situation can be easily coordinated from either Jackson or a local center. The system that MDOT is developing will not be a stand alone system, but rather a true integrated and coordinated network throughout the entire state. This coordination and integration will not only be with MDOT centers but also other centers operated by local municipalities and surrounding DOT’s. The City of Jackson TMC is an example of integration with a local municipality. It is connected to the Statewide Center through a fiber communications link. As the MSTraffic communications infrastructure is expanded, MDOT’s Statewide TMC will be networked with centers in Memphis, Baton Rouge, Birmingham, and Mobile.
  • At the end of the day, our ultimate goal is to provide a statewide system that can be used to plan, develop, and operate a truly integrated transportation management system. When you walk into the statewide center in Jackson, you will be able to instantly know what is going on at each of the regional centers. Any type of incident or emergency situation can be easily coordinated from either Jackson or a local center. The system that MDOT is developing will not be a stand alone system, but rather a true integrated and coordinated network throughout the entire state. This coordination and integration will not only be with MDOT centers but also other centers operated by local municipalities and surrounding DOT’s. The City of Jackson TMC is an example of integration with a local municipality. It is connected to the Statewide Center through a fiber communications link. As the MSTraffic communications infrastructure is expanded, MDOT’s Statewide TMC will be networked with centers in Memphis, Baton Rouge, Birmingham, and Mobile.
  • At the end of the day, our ultimate goal is to provide a statewide system that can be used to plan, develop, and operate a truly integrated transportation management system. When you walk into the statewide center in Jackson, you will be able to instantly know what is going on at each of the regional centers. Any type of incident or emergency situation can be easily coordinated from either Jackson or a local center. The system that MDOT is developing will not be a stand alone system, but rather a true integrated and coordinated network throughout the entire state. This coordination and integration will not only be with MDOT centers but also other centers operated by local municipalities and surrounding DOT’s. The City of Jackson TMC is an example of integration with a local municipality. It is connected to the Statewide Center through a fiber communications link. As the MSTraffic communications infrastructure is expanded, MDOT’s Statewide TMC will be networked with centers in Memphis, Baton Rouge, Birmingham, and Mobile.
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    • 1. Jackson Metro Traffic Incident Management September 12, 2008 Presented By Acey Roberts – ITS Engineer
    • 2. Statewide TMC/Central Miss. TMC * All Traffic Video & Data Statewide * CCTV Cameras 184 – Statewide 96 – Jackson Metro * Dynamic Message Signs 9 – Jackson Metro * Operations 6:00 a.m. – 8:00 p.m. Monday – Friday Four Traffic Operators Plus Manager * Contact [email_address]
    • 3. TMC – Operating Subsystems Freeway Management Arterial Management Incident Management & Enforcement Traveler Information Data Archiving & Planning Support Emergency Management
    • 4. High Level ConOps for TMC
    • 5. TIM Time Line
    • 6. Metro Jackson DMS Project
    • 7. DMS Message Priority <ul><li>1. Emergency/Safety </li></ul><ul><li>Road Closures / Detours / Amber Alerts / Evacuations </li></ul><ul><li>2. Incidents / Roadway and Lane Closures </li></ul><ul><li>Accidents / Construction impacting shoulder of lanes </li></ul><ul><li>3. Congestion Messages </li></ul><ul><li>Delays / Special Events </li></ul><ul><li>4. Pre-Warners </li></ul><ul><li>Planned Closures </li></ul><ul><li>5. Public Service Announcements </li></ul><ul><li>Selective / Traffic related </li></ul><ul><li>6. Test messages </li></ul><ul><li>7. Default Message </li></ul>
    • 8. DMS Example Messages
    • 9. Questions??????

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