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Title: ITS PROGRAM OVERVIEW


1
ITS PROGRAM OVERVIEW
  • JEFFREY F. PANIATI
  • ITS JOINT PROGRAM OFFICE

2
PRESENTATION OVERVIEW
  • TEA21 ITS PROGRAM
  • ITS PROGRAM STRUCTURE STATUS
  • ITS DEPLOYMENT PROGRAM
  • INTELLIGENT VEHICLE INITIATIVE

3
Intelligent Transportation Systems Joint Program
Office Jeffrey F. Paniati
OPERATIONS CORE BUSINESS UNIT
Operations Program Manager and Director, ITS
JPO Christine M. Johnson
  • DOT Lead for RD and Deployment Programs
  • New Legislation, Regulations and Policies
  • Strategic Program Direction
  • Cross-Departmental Coordination
  • Monitors Financial and Program Progress

Office of Operations Technology Services
Office of Freight Management and Operations
Office of Travel Management Jeffrey A. Lindley
Office of Transportation Operations
  • Safety and mobility in construction and
    maintenance operations
  • Traffic Control Technology
  • Highway Capacity Analysis
  • Manual for Uniform Traffic Control Devices
  • Emergency Preparedness
  • Truck Size and Weight Enforcement
  • Border Crossings
  • National Freight Partnership
  • Multi-state Freight Corridor
  • Development
  • NHS Connectors
  • Intermodal Investment Framework
  • Strategic Planning
  • Communications and Outreach
  • Legislative Coordination
  • RDT Coordination
  • Policy Coordination
  • Training Support and
  • University Programs
  • ITS deployment, including
  • policy and program delivery
  • High Occupancy Vehicles
  • Operations Planning Guidelines
  • Congestion Management
  • Value Pricing

4
ITS EVOLUTION
VISION A safer, more responsive, and more
efficient national transportation system
within 20 years through the application of ITS
Technology.
Accelerating Deployment
Seamless transportation network
1980s Mobility 2000
1997 TEA-21
2003 TEA-?
1960s ERGS
1991 ISTEA
5
TEA-21 ITS PROGRAM
  • ITS Research and Development
  • RD
  • Architecture and Standards
  • Training
  • Technical Assistance
  • ITS Deployment
  • Integration Program Metropolitan and Rural
  • Commercial Vehicle (CVISN) Deployment
  • RD
  • Architecture Standards
  • Training
  • Technical Assistance

6
TEA-21 ITS FUNDING (Title V
Transportation Research)
  • 1.3 billion over 6 years
  • 603 million for Research and Development
  • 666 million for ITS Deployment
  • Integration Metropolitan and Rural
  • Commercial Vehicle Infrastructure
  • Clarifies eligibility of ITS Activities for NHS,
    STP and CMAQ Funding

7
U.S. DOTs ITS PROGRAM STRUCTURE
  • Infrastructure
  • Metropolitan Travel Management
  • Commercial Vehicles (CVISN)
  • Rural (Regional/Statewide/National)
  • Vehicle
  • Intelligent Vehicle Initiative

8
METROPOLITAN ITS
Goal Deploy Integrated ITS Infrastructure in 75
of the Nations largest metropolitan areas
within the next decade. The purpose is to save
time and lives and improve the quality of life
for all Americans.
Secretary Pena, 1996 Secretary Slater,
1997 USDOT Performance Plan, 2000
9
Progress in Integrated Metropolitan ITS Deployment
10
Rate of Change in Integrated Deployment
Work to Do
Level of Integrated Deployment
High
Medium
Low
Time/Money/Level of Effort
11
RURAL/STATEWIDE/NATIONAL
  • RESEARCH
  • OPERATIONAL TESTS
  • LIMITED DEPLOYMENT

12
RURAL/STATEWIDE/NATIONAL
  • TRAVELER INFORMATION
  • PUBLIC SAFETY
  • WEATHER AND WINTER MOBILITY
  • CRASH PREVENTION
  • TRANSIT COORDINATION

13
CVISN
GOAL Deploy CVISN in majority of States by
September 30, 2003
TEA-21
14
CVISN DEPLOYMENT
During 2000 Under Development CVISN Project
Plan/Design ITS/CVO Business Plan
5
5
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15
SUPPORT FOR ITS DEPLOYMENT
  • ITS DEPLOYMENT PROGRAM
  • ARCHITECTURE CONSISTENCY POLICY
  • NATIONAL ITS ARCHITECTURE
  • ITS STANDARDS
  • TRAINING
  • TECHNICAL ASSISTANCE
  • EVALUATION

16
ITS DEPLOYMENT INTEGRATION
  • Metropolitan
  • Integrate ITS Infrastructure
  • Rural (10 Minimum)
  • Install and Integrate ITS Infrastructure
  • TEA-21 Project Criteria
  • 50-50 Match Maximum 80 Federal

17
ITS DEPLOYMENT CVISN
  • Deploy CVISN in majority of States by September,
    2003.
  • Planning Design Implementation
  • 50-50 Match Maximum 80 Federal

18
ITS DEPLOYMENT PROGRAM
STATES LOCAL JURISDICTIONS Int
egration CVISN Metropolitan Rural 1998
0 20 9 1999 17
17 42 8 2000 17 9 44
14 No State Earmarks of the 41 Local
Earmarks, 12 are Identified as CVO
Projects.
19
INTELLIGENT VEHICLE INITIATIVE
Program Goal
Reduce motor vehicle crashes and incidents by
accelerating the development, introduction and
commercialization of driver assistance products.
20
INTELLIGENT VEHICLE INITIATIVE
  • Eight Problem Areas
  • Rear-end
  • Lane change/merge
  • Road departure
  • Intersection
  • Vision enhancement
  • Vehicle stability
  • Driver condition
  • Safety impacts of other services
  • Four Platforms
  • Light vehicles
  • Transit vehicles
  • Commercial vehicles
  • Specialty vehicles

21
ITS SAVES LIVES
Crash warning systems on most American cars
could
Prevent 17 of all crashes!
22
CURRENT RESEARCH
  • Generation 0 (2003) Operational Tests
  • Freightliner
  • Volvo
  • Mack
  • Minnesota DOT
  • Generation 1 (2008) Preparing for Field Tests
  • Rear End
  • Road Departure
  • Transit Problem Area
  • Drowsy Driver
  • Generation 2 (2013) Research Areas
  • Infrastructure cooperation
  • Communications (Vehicle to Infrastructure
    Vehicle to Vehicle)
  • Road condition sensing

23
CONCLUSIONS
  • ITS Is Real The Public Expects It.
  • Federal Program Moving from RD to Deployment
  • Focus.
  • Funding for ITS Implementation Must Come From
    Federal-Aid Programs.
  • Lots of Tools Available to Support ITS
    Deployment.
  • FHWA has Opportunity to Lead.

24
TABLETOP EXERCISE
  • Where Are We?
  • State
  • Major Metropolitan Areas
  • How Prepared Are We To Lead?
  • Division Administrator
  • Division Office
  • Challenges/Issues

25
WHERE ARE WE?
Getting Started
Well Underway
Some Activity
  • Getting Started
  • What Is ITS?
  • What Are Benefits?
  • Need A Champion
  • Basic Institutional Issues
  • Little ITS Experience

26
WHERE ARE WE?
Getting Started
Well Underway
Some Activity
  • Some Activity
  • Some Deployment
  • More ITS Planned
  • Developing An Architecture
  • Technology Decisions
  • Procurement Issues
  • Telecommunication Issues

27
WHERE ARE WE?
Getting Started
Well Underway
Some Activity
  • Well Underway
  • Significant Deployment
  • Expanding System
  • New Stakeholders
  • Expertise Issues
  • Trying To Mainstream
  • Implementing Standards
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