Review of Advanced Traveler Information Systems Evaluations

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´╗┐Outline of Advanced Traveler Information Systems Evaluations Joseph I. Subsides, Ph.D. Chief, ITS Program Assessment U.S. Division of Transportation Research Board 85 th Annual Meeting Session 208 Recent Advances in Advanced Traveler Information Around the World January 23, 2006 8:00 am - 9:45am January 23, 2006

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ATIS: What is this? Shrewd TRANSPORTATION SYSTEMS INTELLIGENT INFRASTRUCTURE INTELLIGENT VEHICLES Source: www.itsoverview.its.dot.gov

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Freeway Management Systems Arterial Management Systems Incident Management Systems Transit Management Systems Electronic Payment Systems Emergency Management Systems Information Management Traveler Information Roadway Operations & Maintenance Crash Prevention & Safety Commercial Vehicle Operations Road Weather Management Intermodal Freight ATIS: What is this? Insightful Infrastructure: Source: www.itsoverview.its.dot.gov

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ATIS: What is this? ATIS applications: Use an assortment of advancements, including: Internet sites Telephone hotlines Television Radio Allow clients to settle on more educated choices in regards to: Trip flights Routes Mode of travel 511 advances ATIS combination over: Agencies Jurisdictions Media Source: www.itsoverview.its.dot.gov

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ATIS: What are the advantages? Phoenix, AZ : 82% of rehash guests to a 511 framework saw the movement data to be opportune and precise. 95% of first time guests said that they would utilize the framework once more. Source: www.itsbenefits.its.dot.gov

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ATIS: What are the advantages? Virginia statewide : 90% of overview respondents found the state's 511 telephone benefit "helpful". Source: www.itsbenefits.its.dot.gov

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ATIS: What are the advantages? Yellowstone National Park, MT : 81% of respondents said that they were "fulfilled" with the framework, which gives area particular street climate reports. Source: www.itsbenefits.its.dot.gov

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ATIS: What are the expenses? Where does your cash go? ATIS cost parts: Data accumulation Closed-circuit TV (CCTV) cameras and field sensors, e.g., microwave, infrared, circle locators, machine vision Data preparing and examination Integration of information from different sources and bundling of data Information spread Media, e.g., 511, dynamic message signs, Internet, remote Source: www.itscosts.its.dot.gov

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Index: 2 ATIS: What are the expenses? Salt Lake City, UT : Data gathering framework Estimated date of costs: 2003 dollars Source: www.itscosts.its.dot.gov Notes: One sensor both bearings of travel. Incorporates sensor, handset, bureau, electrical administration, and post. Notes: One sensor both bearings of travel. Incorporates sensor, handset, bureau, electrical administration, and shaft.

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ATIS: What are the expenses? Phoenix, AZ : Data investigation framework Date of costs: 1998 dollars Source: www.itscosts.its.dot.gov

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ATIS: What are the expenses? Yellowstone National Park, MT : Information dispersal framework Estimated date of costs: 2002 dollars Source: www.itscosts.its.dot.gov

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100% 90% 80% 70% 60% Percent of Agencies half 40% 30% 20% 10% 0% E - Mail Kiosks Pagers Facsimile Web Sites Dedicated Cable TV Automated Telephone Method to Distribute Information Freeway Arterial Transit ATIS: How much is out there? All expressway and travel organizations utilize the Internet to spread voyager information. Source: www.itsdeployment.its.dot.gov

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100% 90% 80% 70% 60% Percent of Transit Agencies half 40% 30% 20% 10% 0% Static Information (Routes, Schedules, and Dynamic Information (Real-time Schedule Fares) Adherence) Types of Information ATIS: How much is out there? All travel offices scatter static voyager information. Half of all travel organizations disperse dynamic explorer information. Source: www.itsdeployment.its.dot.gov

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100% 90% 80% 70% 60% Percent of Agencies half 40% 30% 20% 10% 0% Incidents Travel Times Travel Speeds Types of Information Disseminated Freeway Arterial ATIS: How much is out there? More than 3/4 of all expressway offices disperse constant occurrence data to voyagers. Source: www.itsdeployment.its.dot.gov

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ATIS: What are the lessons realized? Across the nation : Provide predictable and brilliant data to impact voyager conduct. Source: www.itslessons.its.dot.gov

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ATIS: What are the lessons realized? Across the country : Design the 511 framework to deal with the surge in call volume amid significant occasions. Source: www.itslessons.its.dot.gov

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ATIS: What are the lessons realized? Acadia National Park, ME : Develop approaches to "market" your ATIS to neighborhood organizations, and enroll them to elevate ATIS to their clients. Source: www.itslessons.its.dot.gov

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ATIS: How did we take in this? Advantages, expenses, and lessons learned: U.S. Speck assesses the accompanying sorts of ITS tasks: Field operational tests, e.g.: Acadia National Park (Acadia, ME) Model arrangements, e.g.: Metropolitan Model Deployment Initiative (Phoenix, AZ; Seattle, WA; San Antonio, TX) 511 Model Deployment (Arizona statewide) ITS Integration Program ventures ("reserves"), e.g.: Greater Yellowstone Regional Traveler and Weather Information System (Yellowstone National Park, MT) Travel Shenandoah 511 (Virginia statewide) Special occasions, e.g.: ITS for the 2002 Winter Olympic Games (Salt Lake City, UT) Simulation thinks about

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ATIS: How did we take in this? Arrangement patterns: U.S. Speck studies degree of ITS organization in 78 of the nation's biggest metro territories, 30 medium-sized urban areas, 20 visitor urban communities, and every one of the 50 states.

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Conclusions ATIS: What are the advantages? ATIS enhances consumer loyalty by permitting voyagers to settle on educated choices. ATIS: What are the expenses? ATIS covers products segments, for example, activity administration focuses and field gadgets. Costs differ in light of size and unpredictability of the framework. Thought of both capital expense and yearly operations and support expenses are vital to building up an exact gauge. ATIS: How much is out there? All road and travel offices are utilizing some kind of ATIS. ATIS: What are the lessons realized? Consistency, information quality, adaptability, and advertising are critical to arrangement achievement.

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Resources ITS Benefits Database www.itsbenefits.its.dot.gov ITS Costs Database www.itscosts.its.dot.gov ITS Deployment Statistics Database www.itsdeployment.its.dot.gov ITS Lessons Learned Database www.itslessons.its.dot.gov ITS Technology Overview "One quit shopping" on the costs, benefits, organization, lessons learned for ITS. More information accessible, as well! www.itsoverview.its.dot.gov Source: www.itsoverview.its.dot.gov

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