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Nj future redevelopment forum 2019 lysicatos

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Mike Lysicatos presentation for smart cities session at Redevelopment Forum 2019.

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Nj future redevelopment forum 2019 lysicatos

  1. 1. NEW JERSEY FUTURE REDEVELOPMENT FORUM BEYOND BROADBAND Michael Lysicatos AICP, PP February 8, 2019
  2. 2. INTRODUCTION
  3. 3. – Smart technology initiatives rooted in the Transportation Element of the Passaic County Master Plan – Focused on Intelligent Transportation System (ITS) investments – Currently four main projects oSmart and Accessible SAT HUB Project oGrand Street ITS Pilot oPassaic County Smart Signal Corridor Project oNJ EDA Innovation Challenge Planning Grant OVERVIEW
  4. 4. SMART HUB
  5. 5. PROJECT PARTNERS
  6. 6. SMART HUB PROJECT Crowd Analysis 3D Semantic Model Mobile Localization Personalized guidance Path planning
  7. 7. SMART HUB PROJECT Step 1. Bluetooth Beacons system gives a blind user his current location Step 2. Matching Smartphone cam images with the 3D model provides accurate orientation Step 0. 3D model of the hub is pre-scanned with a 3D LiDAR Step 3. Crowd analysis of surveillance video provides densities of crowd in the hub Step 4. Best path (blue) is chosen for the user to get to his destination The user only needs to download a free app to his smartphone
  8. 8. LOCAL DEPLOYMENT NJTransit PatersonTrain Station - Adjacent to central business district, County HQ, and several social service centers - Grade separated - Complex intersections
  9. 9. PATERSON TRAIN STATOIN
  10. 10. GRAND ST ITS
  11. 11. OVERVIEW Grand Street Pilot Project • 5 intersections • Includes Route 19/US 80 interchange • No existing vehicle detection or travel time information • No status updates on power loss or knock downs • Funded through County Corridor Enhancement Program • Initial cost - ~$25,000.00 • Additional phase planned for signal detection capabilities
  12. 12. OVERVIEW Grand Street Pilot Project Recent progress • Installation of 3 artificial intelligence cameras • Allows for automated 24-hr counts of all modes (cars, buses, trucks, pedestrians, bicycles) • Provides standard traffic engineer metrics to modify timing • Pilot assessment to determine pedestrian conflicts and safety measures • Allows for live look for staff and first responders
  13. 13. GRANDSTREETITS
  14. 14. SMART SIGNAL PROJECT
  15. 15. • Approximately 15 miles of County roadway (Paterson-HamburgTpke., Main St./Ave., Central Ave.) • Coordinates local traffic signals owned and maintained byWayne, Haledon, Paterson, Passaic, Clifton and NJDOT • Approximately 60 traffic signals • Limited camera detection present • No central management • Legacy hardware and equipment • Different controller systems OVERVIEW
  16. 16. PROJECT LOCATION Northern Section - WayneTownship - Paterson-Hamburg Turnpike - Divided 4 – 6 lane roadway - High AADT and busiest County roadway - Major office locations and strip commercial
  17. 17. PROJECT LOCATION Southern Section - Paterson, Clifton, Passaic - Urban core of Passaic County approximately same size and population of Newark - Densest part of the County heavily reliant on mass transit - Highest number of intersections and pedestrians
  18. 18. STATE OF GOOD REPAIR • Updates legacy signal equipment that lacks vehicle detection, real-time conditions reports and maintenance issues • Provides real-time status of signal conditions and alerts • Create analytical reports that help adjust corridor management • Push signal timing plans based on pre-planned events or conditions PROJECT GOALS
  19. 19. Signal equipment upgrades and retrofitting
  20. 20. IMPROVE AIR QUALITY • Received $1.6 million in funding through CMAQ program • Focus on most congested and densely populated areas • Benefits major commercial and employment districts • Develop performance measures that meet federal funding criteria that can be reported automatically through the management software • Tracking outcomes can be analyzed with other metrics for further analysis on the impacts of the project PROJECT GOALS
  21. 21. AIR QUALITY
  22. 22. REDUCE CONGESTION & IMPROVE SAFETY • Ability to analyze performance through real-time status reports • Focus on most congested and densely populated areas • Focus on major commercial and employment districts • Develop performance measures that meet federal funding criteria and that can be track and reported automatically through the management software • Allows for pedestrian movements to be optimized PROJECT GOALS
  23. 23. LIVE TRACKING
  24. 24. PERFORMANCE MEASURES • Able to provide live camera feeds and a separate viewing platform for first responders during and after an event • Ability to sync with GPS management systems utilized by law enforcement • Antennae system compatible with signal preemption for first responders • Provide automated alerts to maintenance crews and police during power outage or when poles knocked down • Automated congestion alerts can alert when a possible traffic incident has occurred PROJECT GOALS
  25. 25. REPORTING TOOLS
  26. 26. Scalability and “Future Proofing” • Provides communication backbone for other projects • Ability to push communication out to apps and vehicles • Scales up to adaptive signal control system easily • Equipment can be moved or reused with infrastructure upgrades • User interface allows for regional management and various alerts across organizations • Anticipating bicycle counting capabilities and new analytics shortly PROJECT GOALS
  27. 27. THANK YOU Michael Lysicatos AICP, PP Passaic County Department of Planning & Economic Development mlysicatos@passaiccountynj.org 973.569.4047

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