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Deploying Advanced Technology Infrastructure for Transportation Systems Management & Operations in Maryland: US 1 Innovative Technology Deployment Corridor

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Table of Contents

  Maryland Advanced Technology Infrastructure Deployment (ATID) - Project Overview
  MDOT SHA TSM&O - Broader Vision and Goals
  MDOT SHA Motivation for Maryland ATID Project
  Integrated Freeway-Arterial Operations
  The Baltimore-Washington Corridor - Challenges and Opportunities
    Economic Development
  Ongoing Efforts
    MDOT SHA TSM&O Implementation Activities
      Performance Monitoring, Data Analytics
      Analysis, Modeling and Simulation (AMS) Capabilities - MDOT SHA/UMD Collaboration
      Integrated Freeway and Arterial Operations Master Plan
    Communications Plan
    Business Area Architecture (BAA) Development
    I-95 Corridor ICM Concept of Operations
    ITS Infrastructure Deployment
    Connected and Autonomous Vehicle Technology Deployment
    I-95 Active Traffic Management Project
  Project Scope
    General Description
    ITS Deployment Planning & Development
    System Integration
  Deployment Plan
    Procurement, Advertisement, Award, Construction, Integration & Acceptance
    Communications Network Upgrade/Deployment
    ITS Device Field Deployment
    Proposed Roadway Monitoring, Signal Operations & CAV Deployment
    Other RITIS Data: Incident, CAD, Transit, and Crowd-Sourced Data
    Data Fusion, Analysis, Modeling and Simulation
  Operations & Maintenace Plan
  Projected Benefits and Performance Management
    Reduction in Primary and Secondary Incidents
    Reduction in Delays
    Energy Usage
  Implementation Challenges
    Local vs. State Interests in Traffic Diversion
    Potential Unintended Consequence that may Reduce Safety & Mobility
  Leveraging Existing Resources
    Maryland DOT SHA's CHART ATMS Platform and the Statewide Operations Center
    RITIS - The Regional Integrated Transportation Information System
  Partnering Plan
  Organizational Structure, Key Personnel and Role Descriptions
  Primary Point of Contact
  Qualifications of Key Staff/Consultants/Academic Personnel
  Funding Description
  Assumptions and Conditions
Appendix A: ATCMTD Goals and MD SHA Approach
Appendix B: Key Staff Resumes
Appendix C: MDOT SHA TSM&O Strategic Implementation Plan Summary
Appendix D: RITIS and Other UMD Analysis Visualization Capabilities
Appendix E: MDOT SHA – Maryland Integrated Travel Analysis Modeling System (MITAMS)
Appendix F: MDOT SHA Completed/ Ongoing SHRP2 Projects
Appendix G: UMD/ NTC incenTrip Real-Time Demand Management
Appendix H: Additional Performance Metrics

Table of Figures

1. Maryland Advanced Technology Infrastructure Deployment (ATID) Project Area
2. 2015 Peak Hour Congestion Map in the highway network between the Beltways
3. The Multi-Resolution Analysis, Modeling, and Simulation (AMS) System
4. Real-time Analysis, Modeling, and Simulation Capabilities
5. Proposed Self-Healing Fiber Optic Communications Network Path on US 1 in Maryland
6. Innovative Technology Deployment on US 1 in Maryland
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Table of Tables

1. Innovative Technology Deployment on US 1 in Maryland


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