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FY 2017 Advanced Transportation and Congestion Management Technologies Deployment (ATCMTD) Project Awards

Loop 101 Mobility Project
Arizona DOT
Award: $6,000,000
The funding will be used to improve safety and existing arterial capacity in the Loop 101 corridor by deploying technology and systems to support ICM, public transportation, SMARTDriveSM and other connected traffic management and other real-time information technologies.

Global Opportunities at the Port of Oakland Freight Intelligent Transportation System
Alameda County Transportation Commission
Award: $9,720,000
The GoPort Freight ITS project will deploy the nation's first integration of Freight Community System and advanced ITS technology that will include a new port-specific TMC, traffic sensors, advanced traveler information, traffic messaging, trucking information for mobile apps, rail grade warning and terminal queue information.

Connecting the East Orlando Communities
Florida DOT
Award: $11,946,279
The FDOT, MetroPlan Orlando and the University of Central Florida (UCF) will utilize the grant to advance numerous ITS technologies as part of PedSafe, GreenWay, SmartCommunity and SunStore.

SMART Arterial Management
Ada County Highway District
Award: $2,250,000
The funding will be used to replace traffic signal controllers and detection systems at 82 intersections to implement new traffic signal performance measures.

Improving Safety and Connectivity in Four Detroit Neighborhoods
City of Detroit
Award: $2,182,500
The funds will be used increase mobility for residents in four target neighborhoods with high-traffic corridors.

Connecting Cleveland Project
Greater Cleveland Regional Transit Authority
Award $5,850,000
The CCP will improve communications infrastructure, enhance rider and passenger safety and reduce rider travel time. It will also enhance the overall efficiency of the transportation system while contributing to community revitalization.

Greenville Automated (A-Taxi) Shuttles
County of Greenville
Award: $4,000,000
The deployment of an integrated system of Automated Taxi-Shuttles (A-Taxis) on public roads will be the first in the nation–improving access to transportation for disadvantaged and mobility impaired residents.

The Texas Connected Freight Corridors Project
Texas DOT
Award: $6,090,221
The Texas Connected Freight Corridors project will deploy connected vehicle technologies in over 1,000 trucks and agency fleet vehicles that will be able to transmit data and receive warnings from 12 CV applications.

Truck Reservation System and Automated Work Flow Data Model
Virginia Port Authority
Award: $1,550,000
The project involves the design, implementation and deployment a second-generation truck reservation system that builds on the successes the Port of NY/NJ reservation system for access to container terminal.

Multimodal Integrated Corridor Mobility for All
City of Seattle DOT
Award: $4,091,000
The MICMA project will leverage and enhance Intelligent Transportation System (ITS) and Mobility-as-a-Service (MaaS) platforms to create a multimodal operations environment that responds to all users.