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Drive Oregon Event: Intelligent Transportation Systems
Drive Oregon Event: Intelligent Transportation Systems
Drive Oregon Event: Intelligent Transportation Systems
Drive Oregon Event: Intelligent Transportation Systems
Drive Oregon Event: Intelligent Transportation Systems
Drive Oregon Event: Intelligent Transportation Systems
Drive Oregon Event: Intelligent Transportation Systems
Drive Oregon Event: Intelligent Transportation Systems
Drive Oregon Event: Intelligent Transportation Systems
Drive Oregon Event: Intelligent Transportation Systems
Drive Oregon Event: Intelligent Transportation Systems
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Drive Oregon Event: Intelligent Transportation Systems

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This is the presentation speaker Lou Neudorff of CH2MHill gave on Intelligent Transportation Systems at Drive Oregon's November event (11/7/2012).

This is the presentation speaker Lou Neudorff of CH2MHill gave on Intelligent Transportation Systems at Drive Oregon's November event (11/7/2012).

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  • 1. ITS andSustainability Louis Neudorff, P.E. 1
  • 2. Sustainability has three parts:§  Environmental Protection (Green)§  Economic Sustainability (Mobility and Reliability)§  Social (Safety and Human Values)“Mee$ng,  and  some$mes  re-­‐defining,  the  mobility  needs  of  the  present  without  compromising  the  ability  of  future  genera$ons  to  meet  their  needs”.   o ITS  America  Policy  Statement  on  Sustainable  Transporta$on  
  • 3. Transportation Systems Management & Operations§  Integrated Corridor §  Coordinated Traffic Signal Timing/ Management (ICM) Adaptive Control§  Active Traffic Management §  Transit Enhancements (Bus Rapid (ATM) / Managed Motorways Transit and signal priority)§  Managed Lanes (HOV, HOT) §  Incident & Emergency§  Regional Coordination Management§  Multi- Modal Traveler §  Ramp Management Information §  Road Weather Management  Existing & Emerging Strategies Supported by ITS Technologies•  Manage Congestion / Increase Reliability – Economic Sustainability•  Enhance Safety / Reduce Crashes – Social Sustainability•  Reduce Stops & VHT (Emissions) – Environmental Sustainability
  • 4. Integrated Corridor Management§  ICM - “Operational coordination of multiple transportation networks and cross-network connections comprising a corridor, and the coordination of institutions responsible for corridor mobility”§  Integration City 1 – Traffic Signal System –  Operational P –  Technical Regional Rail Agency – Train Management System –  Institutional§  Pro-active State DOT – Freeway Management System Bus Company – AVL system City 2 – Traffic Signal System 4
  • 5. Integrated  Corridor  Management  
  • 6. Active Traffic Management§  Variable Speed Displays§  Dynamic Lane Assignment§  Queue Warning§  Operated in real time based on current conditions 6
  • 7. TSMO Strategies / ITS and GHGReductions 1000 Real-world activity 900 Steady-state activity 800 congestion mitigation 700 speedCO2 (g/mi) 600 management 500 400 300 traffic 200 smoothing 100 0 0 5 10 15 20 25 30 35 40 45 50 55 60 65 70 75 80 85 90 Average Speed (mph) (Thanks to Matt Barth – UCal Riverside for the graph)
  • 8. ATM – Hard Shoulder Running
  • 9. Managed Lanes – HOT / Express Toll§  High‐occupancy/Toll (HOT) lanes –  Non-HOV vehicles can use HOV lanes by paying toll •  Toll is varied based on average speed •  No less than 45 mph 90% of the time§  Express toll lanes –  All vehicles are charged toll (variable)to use the lane(s).
  • 10. Connected Vehicle•  Vehicle to Vehicle (V2V) Communications for Safety•  Vehicle to Infrastructure (V2I) Communications•  Real-Time Data Capture and Management•  Applications for the Environment: Real-Time Information Synthesis (AERIS) 10
  • 11. Other ITS Considerations forSustainable Transport§  Support of Eco-driving§  Performance Measures –  Recent MAP 21 Legislation§  Adaptation§  Pricing (VMT Reduction)§  Road Usage Charging (Financial Sustainability)

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