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ODOT’s STATEWIDE TMC

ODOT’s STATEWIDE TMC

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ODOT’s STATEWIDE TMC

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  1. ODOT’s STATEWIDE TMC

  2. 6 major urban regions – 1 Central TMC • Akron/Canton • Cleveland • Cincinnati • Columbus • Dayton • Toledo

  3. 55” LED/LCD TV MONITORS

  4. CONFERENCE/INCIDENT MANAGEMENT AREA

  5. TMC Workstations

  6. STATEWIDE Construction TMC COSTS

  7. 1 operator per region PER SHIFTexisting ITS personnel fill in if needed

  8. TMC Operating Hours and phone numbers 24/7 Operation 3 Shifts 5:00 AM – 1:30 PM 1:00 PM – 9:30 PM 9:00 PM – 5:00 AM • 800-884-4030 • 614-387-2437 • 614-387-2438

  9. ITS Devices

  10. Operator control of cctv camera Milestone X-Protect Smart Client

  11. Typical DMS travel time messageDisplayed 5AM – 9PM

  12. Destination Dynamic Message Signs

  13. Freeway Service Patrols • 20 Vehicles Statewide • # vehicles vary by region • 6AM – 10AM – 3:00PM – 7PM • Coming soon 6AM – 7PM • Sponsorships = TBD

  14. Statewide 511 System

  15. WWW.OHGO.com New ODOT Website Includes smartphone, tablet, kiosk, PC views & future mobile app

  16. Towing & Recovery Incentive Program

  17. What is TRIP? • An ODOT program that will reward an incentive to prequalified towing and recovery companies for the timely removal of large vehicle incidents from ODOT roadway. • The first pilot program has begun in the Central Ohio Area. • Rusty’s Towing, Eitel’s Towing, Eastland Towing, and ProTow have all been prequalified to participate. • Future expansion to Cleveland and Cincinnati

  18. What Qualifies as a TRIP? • A TRIP call may be initiated under the following conditions: • A crash involving a DOT Class 7 or 8 Heavy Dutyvehicle that blocks or otherwise affects the traveled lanes • Rollover, jack-knifed, or otherwise not drivable • Lost or shifted load • Truck fire w/ tires burned off • Major impact with guard rail, bridge support, or structure • A crash involving a DOT Class 5 or 6 vehicle that blocks or otherwise affects the travelled lanes • Rollover, jack-knifed. Or otherwise not drivable • Fire w/tires burned off • Major impact with guard rail, bridge support. Or structure • As allowed by an ODOT TMC Supervisor

  19. Program Boundaries • The pilot program shall cover I-270, all interstates inside the perimeter, all of SR-315 within the boundaries of I-270, all interchange ramps, and the following boundaries outside the perimeter: • I-71 (Northside): to US-36/SR-37, Exit 131 • I-71 (Southside): to SR-665/London Groveport Road, Exit 97 • I-70 (Westside): to Hilliard-Rome Road, Exit 91A • I-70 (Eastside): to SR-256, Exit 112 • US-33 (Southeast): to SR-317/Hamilton Road • US-33 (Northwest): to SR-161/Post Road • SR-161 (Northeast): to US-62/E Johnstown Road

  20. TRIP Operational Flow Chart

  21. TRIP Operational Flow Chart

  22. How to Initiate a TRIP Call • ODOT Statewide TMC will be the point of contact for TRIP. • TMC may be notified of a potential TRIP situation by ODOT, FSP, law enforcement, and/or fire/emergency. • If there is an agreement that the incident qualifies, the TMC will notify the contractor and record the time of notification.

  23. TRIP Operational Flow Chart

  24. TRIP Operational Flow Chart

  25. TRIP Operational Flow Chart

  26. Incentive Payment • ODOT agrees to grant an incentive payment to the prequalified towing contractor if the clearance activity meets the following two requirements: • The contractor shall arrive on scene no more than 45 minutes from being called by the TMC from the hours of 5:30 AM to 7:00 PM Monday-Friday. No more than 60 minutes from initial contact at any other time. • The contractor shall complete clearance activities no more than 90 minutes from being given the go-ahead by the incident commander. • $2500 or $600 show up fee

  27. Extenuating Circumstances • At any time the Incident Commander may direct the Company to stop clearance activities due to extenuating circumstances (HazMat, etc). • When the direction to stop is given by the Incident Commander, the Company shall inform the ODOT TMC. • The “90 minute Clock” will be paused. • When the direction to proceed with road clearance activity is issued, the Company shall inform the ODOT TMC. • The “90 minute Clock” will begin again from where it was paused. • These timestamps must be recorded and verified by the Incident Commander (can be done after the incident).

  28. TRIP Best Practice Video