FY 2019 Advanced Transportation and Congestion Management Technologies Deployment (ATCMTD) Project Awards
ATCMTD Applicants 2019
Applicants by State
Awards – Fact Sheets
MWCOG: Deployment of Personalized and Dynamic Travel Demand Management Technology in the Washington, D.C.-Baltimore, MD-Richmond, VA Megaregion
Metropolitan Washington Council of Governments (MWCOG)
The Metropolitan Washington Council of Governments project will (1) leverage the best available technology to maximize the cost-effectiveness of a megaregion Traffic Demand Management (TDM) program; (2) integrate and expand existing TDM programs through a shared technology platform with public and private-sector partners; (3) provide personalized, timely and accurate travel information to all residents and visitors in the proposed service area; and (4) enhance multimodal transportation access and system performance for all user groups.
Florida Department of Transportation: I-4 Florida's Regional Advanced Mobility Elements (FRAME)
Florida Department of Transportation
The I-4 FRAME project will deploy an advanced Integrated Corridor Management system consisting of next-generation traffic incident, work zone, road weather, back-of-queue warning and speed harmonization alerts and messages with vehicle-to-infrastructure technologies.
Hawaii Department of Transportation: Implementing Cellular V2X Technology to Improve Safety and ITS Management in Hawaii
Hawaii Department of Transportation
Through easily deployable technology, the Hawaii Department of Transportation will equip the entire state with vehicle-to-everything (V2X) technology.
Michigan Department of Transportation: Intelligent Woodward Corridor Project
Michigan Department of Transportation
The project will design, deploy and evaluate an intelligent transportation network along the M-1 (Woodward Avenue) transportation corridor that serves the citizens of Detroit and surrounding communities.
Missouri Department of Transportation: I-270 Predictive Layered Operation Initiative (PLOI)
Missouri Department of Transportation
The Missouri Department of Transportation will deploy a predictive analytics platform capable of using complex algorithms to draw nuanced conclusions from traffic, weather and incident data to better inform Missouri’s deployment of costly and limited state enforcement, winter maintenance and incident response resources.
North Carolina Department of Transportation: Multimodal Connected Vehicle Pilot
North Carolina Department of Transportation
The North Carolina Department of Transportation Multimodal Connected Vehicle Pilot project aims to create a connected environment that can be used to evaluate the impact of connected vehicle (CV) technology and applications on driver and pedestrian safety.
Ohio Department of Transportation: DriveOhio I-70 Truck Automation Corridor
Ohio Department of Transportation
The Ohio Department of Transportation's DriveOhio project in collaboration with the Indiana Department of Transportation and multiple government, industry and education partners will advance the deployment and adoption of truck automation technologies by the logistics industry.
Tennessee Department of Transportation: Artificial Intelligence-Powered Decision Support Tools for Integrated Corridor Management
Tennessee Department of Transportation
The Tennessee Department of Transportation will expedite and reduce the implementation and maintenance cost of its Integrated Corridor Management and decision support systems by developing and utilizing an artificial intelligence based system.
Virginia Department of Transportation: AI Meets ICM: Realizing the Next Generation of Regional Mobility
Virginia Department of Transportation
The Virginia Department of Transportation and its planning partners across the region intend to expand two important programs that are part of the Northern Virginia Regional Multi-Modal Mobility Program (RM3P) plan.
Washington Department of Transportation: Deployment of the Washington State Virtual Coordination Center (VCC) for Multimodal Integrated Corridor Management
Washington Department of Transportation
The Washington State Department of Transportation and its partners will deploy a cloud-based Virtual Coordination Center (VCC) to enable real-time data sharing and coordinated response to clear roadway incidents quickly and reduce congestion.
ATCMTD Applicants 2019
Applicants by State
- Orange City Transportation Authority
- Tracy, City of
- San Diego Association of Governments (SANDAG)
- Los Angeles, Port of
- Oxnard Harbor District (Port of Hueneme)
- Denver, City and County of
District of Columbia (1)
- Metropolitan Washington Council of Governments (MWCOG)
- Florida DOT
- St. Augustine, City of
- Illinois DOT
- Chicago, City of (Chicago DOT)
- Indianapolis Public Transportation Corporation
- Kentucky Transportation Cabinet
New York (2)
- New York City DOT
- Port Authority of New York and New Jersey
North Carolina (1)
Puerto Rico (1)
South Carolina (1)
- Capital Metropolitan Transportation Authority
- North Central Texas Council of Governments (NCTCOG)
- Dallas, City of
- Autonomous Aerial Systems for Transportation Research Coalition
- Virginia Port Authority
- Virginia DOT