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Integrated corridor management overview and status

Integrated Corridor ManagementOverview and Status

Mike Freitas

ICM Initiative Coordinator

U.S. DOT ITS Joint Program Office


Initial definitions

Initial Definitions

  • Corridor

    • A corridor is defined as a combination of discrete adjacent surface transportation networks (e.g., freeway, arterial, transit networks) that link the same major origins and destinations.

  • Integrated Corridor Management (ICM)

    • Integrated corridor management is the coordination of individual network operations between adjacent facilities that creates an interconnected system capable of cross- network travel management.


Corridors

Corridors

  • Currently surface transportation systems are made up of several independent networks

    • Freeways, including managed lanes

    • Arterials

    • Bus Routes

    • Rail Transit

  • Efforts to date to “reduce congestion” have focused on optimization of individual networks

  • These adjacent network links overlay to form transportation corridors

    • Metropolitan areas contain several major corridors

  • Corridors offer an opportunity to operate and optimize the entire system as opposed to the individual networks


Integrated corridor management

Integrated Corridor Management


Missing integration

Missing Integration

  • Institutional Integration

    • Lack of operational capability and technology that supports cross network distribution of responsibilities and sharing of control

  • Operational Integration

    • Lack of integrated cross network operational strategies and analysis capabilities

  • Technical Integration

    • Lack of cross network device-to-device data, communication, and procedure integration


Integrated corridor management initiative

Integrated Corridor Management Initiative

  • Purpose

    • The initiative will demonstrate that ITS technologies can be used to efficiently and proactively manage the movement of people and goods in major transportation corridors by facilitating integration of the management of all the networks in a corridor.

  • Goal

    • The goal of the Integrated Corridor Management Initiative is to provide the institutional guidance, operational capabilities, and ITS technical methods needed for effective Integrated Corridor Management Systems.

  • Approach

    • Address Institutional, operational, and technical barriers to successful integrated corridor management

    • Demonstrate how mobility, safety and productivity can be increased in major corridors by

      • Efficient, effective, proactive use of ITS technology

      • Improved use of real-time data sharing

      • Implementing demand management strategies


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ICM Program Plan


Stakeholder involvement

Stakeholder Involvement

  • Stakeholder Work Group

    • 20 representatives

  • Request For Information (RFI)

    • Gather information on corridor management activities

    • Study to identify needs

    • 18 Responses

  • Stakeholder Workshops

    • June 22 and 29 (one workshop, two locations)

  • ITSA

    • Website http://www.itsa.org/icm.html

    • Conference

  • Model Deployment Candidate Sites


Model deployment site selection approach

Model Deployment Site Selection Approach

  • Two-phased Approach:

    • Select candidate sites

    • Select model deployment site from candidate sites


Phase 1 foundational research

Phase 1 – Foundational Research

  • Team: Siemens ITS, TransCore, Dunn, SAIC, University of Virginia, Transystems, Howard / Stein-Hudson

  • Major Activities

    • Program management & stakeholder meetings

    • Definitions, criteria for delineating a corridor, relationship to regional ITS

    • Generic Concept of Operations for ICMS

    • ICM system requirements

    • Document successful local integration efforts

    • Identify corridor types, operational approaches / strategies, analysis tools

    • Analyze associated operational, institutional, & technical integration issues

    • Develop ICM development feasibility report / briefing

    • Assist with MDI effort


Phase 1 activities to date

Phase 1 Activities To Date

  • Definitions

    • “corridor”

    • “integrated corridor management”

  • Concepts for Delineating Corridor Boundaries

  • Relationship Between Corridor & Regional Management

  • Outline for Generic Concept of Operations

  • Stakeholder Meetings

  • Other Ongoing Activities

    • Review RFI responses, draft generic Con Ops, corridor types and strategies / operational approaches, simulation modeling


Summary

Summary

  • Integrated Corridor Initiative Well Underway

  • Stakeholder Input is Critical

  • Various Venues for Participation

    • Stakeholder Group

    • RFI

    • Workshops

    • ITSA Website

    • Model Deployment Partner Solicitation


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