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21st Century Operations Using 21st Century Technologies

Active Traffic Management Feasibility and Screening Guide

Appendix A. References and Interviews/Reviewers

References

  1. Federal Highway Administration (FHWA). 2014. ATM Website. Available at http://ops.fhwa.dot.gov/atdm/approaches/atm.htm. Last update September 22, 2014.
  2. Federal Highway Administration (FHWA). 2010. Advancing Metropolitan Planning for Operations: The Building Blocks of a Model Transportation Plan Incorporating Operations— A Desk Reference. FHWA-HOP-10-027 and Associated Guidebook FHWA-HOP-10-26. April.
  3. Federal Highway Administration (FHWA). 2013. The Active Transportation and Demand Management (ATDM) Program: Lessons Learned. FHWA-HOP-13-018. March.
  4. Federal Highway Administration (FHWA). 2012. Active Traffic Management Guidebook. FHWA-HOP-12-020. April.
  5. Washington State Department of Transportation (WSDOT). 2014. 2014 Corridor Capacity Report. Thirteenth edition of the Annual Congestion Report. October.
  6. Minnesota Traffic Observatory. 2013. Effectiveness of Urban Partnership Agreement Traffic Operations Measures in the I-35W Corridor - Final Report. CTS 13-22. University of Minnesota, Department of Civil Engineering, Minnesota Traffic Observatory. August.
  7. Federal Highway Administration (FHWA). 2013. Urban Partnership Agreement: Minnesota Evaluation: Final Report. FHWA-JPO-13- 048. January 4.
  8. Intelligent Transportation Systems Joint Programs Office. 2014. DOT ITS Knowledge Resources (including benefit and cost databases). Available at http://www.itsknowledgeresources.its.dot.gov/. U.S. Department of Transportation, Research and Innovative Technology Administration.
  9. Moinuddin, Sheik. 2012. Dynamic Lane Management — An ITS Solution to Enhance Safety and Mobility: NB SR 110 to NB I-5 Connector. Slide presentation by Sheik Moinuddin, California Department of Transportation. July.
  10. Barth, M. and K. Boriboonsomsin. 2008. Real-World CO2 Impacts of Traffic Congestion. Transportation Research Record No. 2058.
  11. Federal Highway Administration (FHWA). 2006. Ramp Management and Control Handbook. FHWA-HOP-06-001. January.
  12. National Cooperative Highway Research Program (NCHRP). 2013. Active Traffic Management for Arterials — A Synthesis of Highway Practice. NCHRP 447.
  13. Federal Highway Administration (FHWA). 2007. Active Traffic Management: The Next Step in Congestion Management. FHWA-PL-07-012 (Scanning Tour Report). July.
  14. Harbord, Brian, Joanna White, Keith McCabe, Andy Riley, and Steve Tarry. 2007. "Calmed and Controlled — Improving Efficiency, Safety, and Emissions." Traffic Technology International pp. 100-105.
  15. Stoelhorst, Henk. 2011. Summary Results of Dutch Field Trials with Dynamic Speed Limits (DYNAMAX). Paper 2248 at ITS World Congress. Rijkswaterstaat, Centre for Transport and Navigation, The Netherlands. October 18.
  16. Federal Highway Administration (FHWA). 2010. Synthesis of Active Traffic Management Experiences in Europe and the United States. FHWA-HOP-10-031. May.
  17. Department for Transport. 2008. Advanced Motorway Signaling and Traffic Management Feasibility Study. A report to the Secretary of State for Transport, London, United Kingdom. March.
  18. Monk-Steel, Andrew. 2014. Smart Motorways and Road Traffic Noise. Presentation to ITS U.K. Smart Environment Interest Group. July 15.
  19. Federal Highway Administration (FHWA). 2012. The Role of Transportation Systems Management & Operations in Supporting Livability and Sustainability: A Primer. FHWA-HOP-12-004. January.
  20. Texas Transportation Institute. 2014. Active Management Screening Tool (AMST). Available at http://active-traffic.tamu.edu/tools. Texas A&M University.
  21. Research and Innovative Technology Administration. 2014. National ITS Architecture (including Turbo Architecture). Available at http://www.iteris.com/itsarch/. U.S. Department of Transportation, Research and Innovative Technology Administration. September.
  22. American Association for Highway Safety and Transportation Officials (AASHTO). 2012. Institutional Architectures to Advance Operational Strategies. SHRP2 L06. Available at http://www.aashtosomguidance.org/.Prepared by Steve Lockwood, PB Consult, Inc. April 15.
  23. Federal Highway Administration (FHWA). 2013. Operations Benefit/Cost Analysis TOPS-BC User's Manual: Providing Guidance to Practitioners in the Analysis of Benefits and Costs of Management and Operations Projects. FHWA-HOP-13-041 and Associated Desk Reference — FHWA-HOP-12-028. June.
  24. Federal Highway Administration (FHWA). 2006. ICM Implementation Guide. FHWA-JPO-06-042.
  25. Washington State Department of Transportation (WSDOT). 2007. Active Traffic Management (ATM) Feasibility Study. Prepared by PB Americas, Inc., Carter + Burgess, EarthTech, Inc. and Telvent Farradyne. November.
  26. Washington State Department of Transportation (WSDOT). 2007. Active Traffic Management Phase 1 White Paper. Prepared by PB Americas, Inc., Carter + Burgess, EarthTech, Inc. and Telvent Farradyne. March.
  27. Cambridge Systematics. Undated. Various Materials from the Caltrans District 7 ATM Corridor Assessment. Prepared for California Department of Transportation.
  28. CH2M HILL. Undated. Various Materials from the New Jersey Institute of Technology/New Jersey Department of Transportation Statewide Active Traffic Management Project. Prepared for New Jersey Institute of Technology/New Jersey Department of Transportation.
  29. CH2M HILL. Undated. Various Materials and Reports from the Pennsylvania Department of Transportation District 6-0 I-95 Innovative Traffic Management Strategies and Active Traffic Management Concept of Operations efforts. Prepared for Pennsylvania Department of Transportation District 6-0.
  30. University Transportation Center for Mobility. 2011. Best Practices and Outreach for Active Traffic Management. UTCM 10-01-54-2 (TTI). December.
  31. Federal Highway Administration (FHWA). 2010. Efficient Use of Highway Capacity — Report to Congress. FHWA-HOP-10-023. May.
  32. Department for Transport. 2008. Managed Motorway Implantation Guidance — Dynamic Use of the Hard Shoulder. Interim Advice Note 111/08; U.K. Highways Agency, Department for Transport. May.
  33. Federal Highway Administration (FHWA). 2011. Freeway Geometric Design for Active Traffic Management in Europe. FHWA-PL-11-004 (Scanning Tour Report). March.
  34. Texas Transportation Institute. Mobility Investment Strategies. Available at http://mobility.tamu.edu/mip/strategies.php. Summaries of several ATM strategies including: Dynamic Merge Control, Queue Warning, Ramp Flow Control, Temporary Shoulder Use, Variable Speed Limits, and Reversible Traffic Lanes. Texas A&M University.
  35. National Cooperative Highway Research Program (NCHRP). 2004. Convertible Roadways and Lanes — A Synthesis of Highway Practice. NCHRP Synthesis 340.
  36. ENTERPRISE Program. 2013. Warrants for the Installation and Use of Technology Devices for Transportation Operations and Maintenance. Available at http://enterprise.prog.org/itswarrants/rampmeter1.html. Enterprise Transportation Pooled Fund Study (Ramp Metering).
  37. Federal Highway Administration (FHWA). 2012. Model Systems Engineering Documents for Adaptive Signal Control. FHWA-HOP-11-027. August.
  38. Federal Transit Administration (FTA). 2005. Transit Signal Priority: A Planning and Implementation Handbook. Funded by the U.S. Department of Transportation. May.
  39. Wayne State University (WSU). 2004. Development and Evaluation of an Advanced Dynamic Lane Merge Traffic Control System for 3 to 2 Lane Transition Areas in Work Zones. Prepared for Michigan Department of Transportation, Construction and Technology Division. January.
  40. McCoy, Patrick. T. and Geza Pesti. 2013. Dynamic Late Merge Control Concept for Work Zones on Rural Freeways. Prepared by University of Nebraska. Prepared for U.S. Department of Transportation, Federal Highway Administration. May.
  41. Department of Transport. 2009. Britain's Transport Infrastructure Motorways and Major Trunk Roads. U.K. Highways Agency, Department for Transport January.
  42. Washington State Department of Transportation (WSDOT). 2010. I-5 Active Traffic Management — Final Draft Case Study — Seattle, Washington. Prepared by PB Americas, Inc., Carter + Burgess, EarthTech, Inc. and Telvent Farradyne. January 13.
  43. Minnesota Department of Transportation (MNDOT). 2010. I-35W Active Traffic Management — Draft Case Study — Minneapolis, Minnesota. Prepared by Parsons Brinckerhoff. January 31
  44. Vic Roads. 2013. Managed Freeways — Handbook for Lane Use Management, Variable Speed Limits, Traveler Information. July.
  45. U.K. Highways Agency. 2011. Managed Motorways Concept Development — Synthesis of Evidence Report and Key Findings Report.
  46. U.K. Highways Agency. 2013. Managed Motorways — All Lane Running. Interim Advice Note 161/13 and accompanying Concept of Operations v2.0. August.
  47. Federal Highway Administration. 2013. Guide for Highway Capacity and Operations Analysis of Active Transportation and Demand Management Strategies. FHWA-HOP-13-042. June.
  48. ENTERPRISE Program. 2013. Warrants for the Installation and Use of Technology Devices for Transportation Operations and Maintenance; Enterprise Pooled Fund (Variable Speed Limits). Available at http://enterprise.prog.org/itswarrants/vsl.html.
  49. Federal Highway Administration (FHWA). 2009. Manual on Uniform Traffic Control Devices. Available at http://mutcd.fhwa.dot.gov/kno_2009r1r2.htm.
  50. Illinois Department of Transportation. 2014. Bus on Shoulder Pilot Program—2-Year Effectiveness Report: I-55 from I-355 to Kedzie Avenue. March.
  51. Puget Sound Regional Council and Washington State Department of Transportation (PSRC and WSDOT). 2007. Forum Proceedings: Reducing Traffic Congestion—Real Opportunities from Europe and the U.S. June.
  52. MetroTransit. 2014. Transit Advantages. Available at http://www.metrotransit.org/transit-advantages.aspx.
  53. Transportation Research Board. 2010. Highway Capacity Manual. Available at http://hcm.trb.org/?qr=1. National Academy of Sciences, Transportation Research Board, Washington, DC.
  54. Virginia Transportation Research Council. August 2004. Evaluation of the Late Merge Work Zone Traffic Control Strategy (VTRC 05-R6)

Interviews and Reviewers

Melissa Ackert Florida District 4
Vassili Alexiadis Cambridge Systematics (Southern California ATM Feasibility Study)
Morgan Balogh Washington State DOT
Les Jacobson Parsons Brinkerhoff (Washington State ATM)
Brian Kary Minnesota DOT
Beverly Kuhn Texas Transportation Institute
Maria Filippelli San Diego Association of Governments (SANDAG)
Phil Masters Delcan (formerly with Ministry of Transport, Ontario, Canada)
Dennis Mitchell Oregon DOT
Tom Phillips Leidos (formerly with Virginia DOT)
Deena Platman Metro Portland
Frank Quon LA Metro
Marco Ruano Caltrans
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