Integrating Operations into Planning and Programming

Communicating TSMO

Analysis and Performance Measurement

Regional Collaboration and Coordination

Organizing for Operations

Transportation Systems Management and Operations (TSMO) Plans

Congestion Management Process (CMP)

Regional Concept for Transportation Operations (RCTO)

How Does Planning for Operations Relate To ...

All Resources

Resource Type

Resources Helpful to ...

Current Research

Policy and Regulations

Performance-Based Planning

Designing for Operations

Regional ITS Architecture

Systems Engineering and ITS Project Development

Livability and Sustainability

Traffic Signal Programs

Corridor Management

Active Transportation and Demand Management

Transportation Demand Management

Traffic Incident Management

Reliability

Capacity

Communicating with Other Programs

Transportation Systems Management and Operations (TSMO) often supports, impacts, or otherwise relates to other State and local transportation agency functions and offices such as design, maintenance, and safety. TSMO and these other disciplines can be carried out more effectively if the connections between these areas are strengthened. To provide context for the potential connections between TSMO and other disciplines, FHWA has developed a series of Fact Sheets. Other resources highlighting the linkages between TSMO and other disciplines are in development and will be added to this page.

Fact Sheets were developed for the first nine areas listed below as part of a single project. The tenth area, Information Technology (IT), was examined as part of separate project, in which 5 Fact Sheets were developed, along with other materials. All of the TSMO-IT resources are accessible through the Information Technology link below.

Fact Sheets (and for IT additional resources) were developed for ten areas to explain how TSMO relates to:

  1. Asset Management
  2. Construction
  3. Design
  4. Environment
  5. Human Resources
  6. Maintenance
  7. Performance Management
  8. Planning
  9. Safety
  10. Information Technology