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California Department of Transportation (Caltrans) - I-210 Multimodal Congestion Management and Operational Improvement Project (MCMOIP)

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Table of Contents

  1.1. Introduction
  1.2. Applicant
  1.3. Multijurisdictional Partnership
  1.4. Program and Funding Management
  1.5. Geographic Area
  1.6. Challenges and Issues to be Addressed
  1.7. Transportation Systems and Services to be Included in the Project
    1.7.1. Rerouting of Autos, Trucks, and Buses around Incidents and Events
    1.7.2. Dynamic Lane Management
    1.7.3. Safety Improvements
    1.7.4. Effectively Informing Travelers and Operators
    1.7.5. Transit Signal Priority
    1.7.6. Promoting Mode Shift Towards Transit, Biking, and Walking
    1.7.7. Vehicle, Bicycle, and Pedestrian Detection
    1.7.8. Improving Maintenance of ITS Elements
    1.7.9. Reusability
    1.7.10. Utilizing a Real-time Multimodal Decision Support System
    1.7.11. Analysis, Modeling, and Simulation (AMS)
    1.7.12. Queue Progressive Warning
    1.7.13. V2I and V2V
    1.7.14. Connected Vehicles
    1.7.15. Accessible Transportation
  1.8. Deployment and Operations & Maintenance Plans
    1.8.1. Deployment Plan
    1.8.2. Operations and Maintenance Plan
  1.9 Deployment Challenges and Obstacles
  1.10. Quantifiable System Performance Improvements
  1.11. Quantifiable Safety, Mobility, and Environmental Benefit Projections
  1.12. Vision, Goals, and Objectives for the Technology Deployment
  1.13. Partnering Plan
  1.14. Transportation Technology Investment Leveraging Plan
  1.15. Schedule
2. Staffing Description
3. Funding Description

List of Figures

Figure 1 LA Metro Rail Gold Line and I-210 Freeway
Figure 2 I-210 Pilot — Participants and Systems
Figure 3 I-210 Pilot and ATCMTD Sources of Funding
Figure 4 I-210 Corridor Freeway and Arterial Network
Figure 5 Light Rail and Express/Commuter Bus Services in I-210 Corridor
Figure 6 Example of Response to Major Freeway Incident
Figure 7 RTMDSS Architecture
Figure 8 Screenshot of Development Model of the I-210 Corridor
Figure 9 Connected Corridors Vision
Figure 10 I-210 Pilot Existing Partnerships
Figure 11 Project Schedule
Figure 12 Redacted

List of Tables

Table 1 Link between ATCMTD Goals and MCMOIP Solutions
Table 2 Expected Performance Improvements
Table 3 Performance Targets
Table 4 Connected Corridors Goals and Objectives
Table 5 Funding Description
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