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21st Century Operations Using 21st Century Technologies

Pinellas County Integrated System for Coordinated Event Strategies (PISCES)

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United States Department of Transportation Federal Highway Administration

U.S. Department of Transportation
Federal Highway Administration
Office of Operations
1200 New Jersey Avenue, SE
Washington, DC 20590

Table of Contents

[ Cover Page ]

1. Project Narrative
1.1. Introduction
1.2. Entity Entering the Agreement
No Value 1.2.1. Partners
No Value 1.2.2. Management Approach
1.3. Geographic Area
No Value 1.3.1. Clearwater Beach
No Value 1.3.2. Spectrum Field
No Value 1.3.3. Downtown St. Petersburg/Tropicana Field
No Value 1.3.4. Highway Systems
No Value 1.3.5. Arterial Systems
No Value 1.3.6. Transit
No Value 1.3.7. Pedestrians
No Value 1.3.8. Bicycle
1.4. Issues and Challenges
No Value 1.4.1. Crashes
No Value 1.4.2. Tourism – Impact
No Value 1.4.3. Environmental Justice
1.5. Vision, goals, and objectives
No Value 1.5.1. Vision
No Value 1.5.2. Goals
1.6. Transportation Systems and Services
No Value 1.6.1. Data Fusion Environment
No Value 1.6.2. Integrated Corridor Management
No Value 1.6.3. Pedestrian/Intersection Connected Vehicle Technologies
No Value 1.6.4. Automated Vehicle Shuttles
No Value 1.6.5. Parking Management
No Value 1.6.6. Mobility on Demand Services
No Value 1.6.7. Unmanned Drones
1.7. Deployment Plan
No Value 1.7.1. Deployment Sequencing
No Value 1.7.2. Unmanned Drones
1.8. Challenges
1.9. Performance Improvement
No Value 1.9.1. Measured improvements in Regional incident response performance measures
No Value 1.9.2. Measured improvements in trip reliability measures
No Value 1.9.3. Measured improvements in person throughput on key corridors
No Value 1.9.4. Measured improvements in overall traveler safety
1.10. Safety, Mobility, and Environmental Benefits
No Value 1.10.1. Safety Benefits
No Value 1.10.2. Mobility Benefits
No Value 1.10.3. Environmental Benefits
1.11. Partnership Plan
1.12. Leverage Existing Investments
1.13. Schedule
No Value 1.13.1. Phase 1: Planning Phase
No Value 1.13.2. Phase 2: Design Phase
No Value 1.13.3. Phase 3: Design-Build Phase (Agile Deployment)
No Value 1.13.4. Phase 4: Testing and System Acceptance
No Value 1.13.5. Phase 5: Operations and Maintenance Phase
1.14. Support of USDOT ITS Initiatives
No Value 1.14.1. Accelerating Deployment
No Value 1.14.2. Automation
No Value 1.14.3. Connected Vehicles
No Value 1.14.4. Emerging Capabilities
No Value 1.14.5. Enterprise Data
No Value 1.14.6. Interoperability
2. Staffing Description
2.1. Organization and Key Personnel
No Value 2.1.1. PISCES Steering Committee
No Value 2.1.2. Key Partner Personnel
2.2. Primary Point of Contact
Appendix A: Resumes
Appendix B: Letters of Support

List of Figures

Figure 1 Pinellas County
Figure 2 Regional Highways
Figure 3 PSTA Bus System Map
Figure 4 Bicycle and Pedestrian Trails
Figure 5 Impact of Tourism in Pinellas County, Monthly Totals
Figure 6 Pinellas County Environmental Justice Areas
Figure 7 PISCES Logical Architecture
Figure 8 Data Interface Integration Phasing
Figure 9 Operational Dashboards
Figure 10 Easy Mile Automated Vehicle Shuttles
Figure 11 Parking Status
Figure 12 Deployment Sequencing
Figure 13 Existing Systems Deployed in the Pinellas County Region
Figure 14 Planned ITS Network
Figure 15 Proposed High-Level Schedule
Figure 16 PISCES Organizational Chart

List of Tables

Table 1-1. Traffic Signals in the County
Table 1-2. Pinellas County Crash Trends, 2011-2015
Table 1-3. Top 10 Intersections for Crashes
Table 1-4. Solutions to meet the Goals of the Project
Table 1-5. Long-Term Maintenance
Table 1-6. Key outcome-related performance measures
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