Include certain components to make the Regional ITS Strategic Plan useful in implementation.
National experience developing Regional ITS Strategic Plans to guide implementation.
Arizona,United States; Caltrans District 5 (San Luis Obispo),California,United States; Jackson County,Oregon,United States; Siskiyou County,California,United States; Colorado,United States; Kansas,United States; Minnesota,United States; Montana,United States; Nebraska,United States; New Mexico,United States; New York,United States; Oregon,United States; Washington,United States
The Regional ITS Strategic Plan should focus on a list of ITS projects to deploy, their implementation timeline (i.e., short-, medium-, and long-term), integration approach, available funding sources, and procurement methods. The plan should also outline the institutional framework to deploy, operate, maintain, and manage the Regional ITS system (e.g., approach, roles, responsibilities, etc.). In addition, it should serve as the primary resource in the on-going consensus building associated with the ITS Program. Furthermore, it should be used as a primary source of input for inclusion in the next updates of the RTPs, TIPs, and other transportation planning documents.
Author: Charles Dankocsik, Mohsen Zarean, David Register, Karen Timpone
Published By: U.S. Department of Transportation, ITS Joint Program Office
Source Date: 7/1/2002
EDL Number: 13608
Other Reference Number: FHWA-OP-02-037URL: http://ntl.bts.gov/lib//jpodocs/repts_te//13608.pdf
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