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Knowing You Need Performance Measures Presentation For ITS America by Frank Kinder, P.E. CDOT Program Manager. April 28, 2004. Colorado Statewide ITS Infrastructure. Existing Statewide ITS Infrastructure 214 Variable Message Signs 99 Closed Circuit Television Cameras

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April 28 2004

Knowing You Need Performance MeasuresPresentation For ITS AmericabyFrank Kinder, P.E.CDOT Program Manager

April 28, 2004


Colorado statewide its infrastructure

Colorado Statewide ITS Infrastructure

  • Existing Statewide ITS Infrastructure

    • 214 Variable Message Signs

    • 99 Closed Circuit Television Cameras

    • 19 Highway Advisory Radios

    • 72 Ramp Meters

    • 112 Call Boxes

    • 80 Weather Stations

    • 11 Weigh-in-Motion Locations

    • 100 Automatic Traffic Recorders

    • 300 miles of fiber & wireless communications

  • T-REX Project

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Colorado transportation management center ctmc

Colorado Transportation Management Center (CTMC)

  • Key Services Provided

    • 24/7 Operation

    • www.COTRIP.org website

    • Statewide Road & Weather Information Phone Line

    • Broadcast fax

    • Support chain law requirements

    • Support AMBER alert

    • Support construction & special events

    • Support nine corridor incident management plans

    • Dispatch for Mile High Courtesy Patrol Program

    • Coordination with other Centers- TOC’s, Police, Fire etc

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Need for performance measures

Need for Performance Measures

  • CDOT Statewide Resource Allocation

  • Meeting Operational Requirements

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Cdot statewide resource allocation

CDOT Statewide Resource Allocation

  • Tied funding to impacts the overall CDOT Investment Categories

  • CDOT ITS Core Services

    • Traveler Information

    • Traffic Management

    • Incident Management

    • ITS Management System

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Cdot statewide resource allocation1

CDOT Statewide Resource Allocation

  • Reporting measures vs. activities

  • Using local benefits vs. National ITS Benefits

  • Using a “systems” perspective vs. “Device” perspective

  • Good for CDOT vs. Overall good

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Meeting operational requirements

Meeting Operational Requirements

  • Activities

  • High Visibility

  • Reliability & accuracy

  • Effectiveness

  • Customer satisfaction

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Approach for performance measures development

Approach for Performance Measures Development

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I 70 mountain corridor incident management a case study

I-70 Mountain Corridor Incident Management: A Case Study

Incident on October 8, 2003- Fatal Accident Involving Truck

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I 70 mountain corridor incident management a case study1

I-70 Mountain Corridor Incident Management: A Case Study

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I 70 mountain corridor incident management a case study2

I-70 Mountain Corridor Incident Management: A Case Study

  • Benefits

    • Over 32,000 vehicles provided with en-route incident information

    • Percent of traffic reduction attributable to traveler information on I-70 at Idaho Springs: 10%

    • Total delay averted: 2,799 vehicle hours

    • Average delay avoided per vehicle: 1.4 hours

    • Savings of time to drivers: Over $40,000

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Ramp metering benefits

Ramp Metering Benefits

  • Before/After Studies conducted for new locations (in coordination w/Region 6)

    • I-25 Southbound (104th Avenue to 84th Avenue)

      • Nearly two minutes reduction in travel time (~20%)

      • Average speed increased by nearly 9 mph (~31 %)

    • C-470 Westbound (Bowles Avenue to Quincy Avenue)

      • Nearly 30 seconds reduction in travel time (~10%)

      • Average speed increased by nearly 7 mph (~13%)

      • Throughput increased by nearly 900 vehicles (~8 %)

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Weigh in motion benefits for 2003

Weigh-In-Motion Benefits for 2003

  • Number of trucks using pre-pass: 1.47 Million

  • Cost savings (Travel time & Fuel Consumption): $7.42 Million

  • Air Pollutant Reductions

    • Nearly 10,225 lbs of Hydrocarbons (HC)

    • Nearly 107,346 lbs of Carbon Monoxide (CO)

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Conclusion

Conclusion

  • Many of your agencies have or will face the same issues…so start early

  • Need to commit staff resources

  • Need to commit to data collection resources

  • It takes time…no overnight results

  • No need to re-invent the wheel

  • For more information on CDOT ITS Performance Measures Contact:

    Mr.Navin Nageli, P.E., 303-512-5809

    [email protected]

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