Travel Information Services PTC Co-Chairs Gene Glotzbach & Sandy Check
I-95 Corridor Coalition • $4.5 trillion Economy • 2nd largest economy in the world • 565 million long-distance trips • 5.3 billion tons of freight
Coalition Partnering Benefits • Greater efficiency through coordination • Shared research & development and field testing • Mutual support and technical assistance • Opportunities to learn from each others’ experience • Access to a network of peers
Coalition Vision for Travel Information Transportation users have ready access to accurate and timely Corridor-wide multi-modal travel information to assist them in making trip decisions.
Travel Information PTC Objectives • Advance and support the concept of inter- and multi-modal ATIS throughout the corridor • Encourage private sector investment in new markets or geographic areas • Seamlessly integrate 511 Corridor-wide • Ensure consistent data quality Corridor-wide • Integrate traveler information with operations and vice versa
Current Projects • 511 Support Services • Information Exchange Forum • Passenger Information Program: Multi-state Rural Mapping and Transit Itinerary Integration • Airport Terminal Ground Transportation Access Information System • Information Services Network (ISN)
Upcoming projects - Yr 15 • 511 Support Services • Travel Alert Map • Travel Information Decision Support System (TIDSS) • Passenger Information Program: Outreach to Aviation and Related Sectors • Passenger Information Program: Airport Ground Access Information Module • Passenger Information Program: Creation of the Corridor-wide Transit Map Inventory • Vehicle Probe Data Project • Vermont Real Time Rural Transit Information
How to Participate • Contact Bill Stoeckert Information and Payment Services Program Coordinator 774.207.0367 email@example.com