Technical Integration (104 unique lessons found)

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Ensure good data quality to successfully integrate weather alert system based upon Road Weather Information Systems.(August 2010)
Caltrans District 3 experience in implementing a weather alert notification system in a Regional Transportation Management Center

Design a trip planning website to capture and convey real-world factors such as gas prices and congestion information.(May 2011 )
Evaluation of a Multimodal Trip Planning System (MMTPS) in Northeastern Illinois

Develop a long-term ITS vision and use systems engineering processes to successfully manage ITS deployments.(November 2009)
Chattanooga Area Regional Transportation Authority's experience in deploying transit ITS

Consider the long-term operations and maintenance responsibilities and costs when selecting project components. (9 May 2008)
The Chicago, Illinois and Montgomery County, Maryland experience in operating and maintaining advanced parking information system.

Study the surrounding area for topographical encumbrances and radio interference when deploying wireless communication projects for traffic and parking management. (9 May 2008)
The Chicago, Illinois experience in implementing advanced parking information systems to increase customer satisfaction and improve traffic operations.

Expect non-custom hardware and software to have technology limitations that may affect operational capabilities. (9 May 2008)
The Chicago, Illinois and Montgomery County, Maryland experience in procuring and developing advanced parking information system hardware and software.

Ensure electronic toll collection systems are interoperable with neighboring toll facilities.(September, 2006)
The Washington State Department of Transportation’s experience with planning for tolling implementation.

Prepare traveler information Web sites for high usage under emergency or disaster conditions.(6/1/2006)
Experience from the nation's top traffic and transit information Web sites.

Assess what users want when developing a traffic information Web site.(6/1/2006)
The experience of several of the nation’s top traffic and transit information Web site developers.

Integrate traveler information Web site development with existing systems and other organizations.(6/1/2006)
The experience of several of the nation's top traffic and transit information Web site developers.

Anticipate, understand, address and manage the risks associated with fare card technologies and the vendor relationship.(4/14/2006)
Experience of seven partner public transportation agencies in the Central Puget Sound region of Washington in setting up a regional fare card program.

Understand the issues, strategies and trade-offs that motivate agencies to join in a regional partnership and provide appropriate support.(4/14/2006)
Experience of seven partner public transportation agencies in the Central Puget Sound region of Washington in setting up a regional fare card program.

Plan for greater time and project complexity than expected.(4/14/2006)
Experience of seven partner public transportation agencies in the Central Puget Sound region of Washington in setting up a regional fare card program.

Consider a consensus organizational model to help assure support and participation of partners in a regional fare card project.(4/14/2006)
Experience of seven partner public transportation agencies in the Central Puget Sound region of Washington in setting up a regional fare card program.

Provide for appropriate legal support services to address the many significant legal issues faced in implementing a regional fare card project.(4/14/2006)
Experience of seven partner public transportation agencies in the Central Puget Sound region of Washington in setting up a regional fare card program.

Establish a coordinated fare structure to effectively accommodate differences in fare structures across participating agencies.(4/14/2006)
Experience of seven partner public transportation agencies in the Central Puget Sound region of Washington in setting up a regional fare card program.

Examine the contextual factors and carefully manage the associated issues that will determine the success or failure of a regional fare card project.(4/14/2006)
Experience of seven partner public transportation agencies in the Central Puget Sound region of Washington in setting up a regional fare card program.

Seek a variety of funding sources to support a regional fare card project, and offer a finance plan that encourages participation.(4/14/2006)
Experience of seven partner public transportation agencies in the Central Puget Sound region of Washington in setting up a regional fare card program.

Consider the value of implementing a limited fare pass system initially to serve as an interim experience base for a comprehensive region-wide electronic fare card system.(4/14/2006)
Experience of seven partner public transportation agencies in the Central Puget Sound region of Washington in setting up a regional fare card program.

Invest in research and development for emergency integration.(2/28/2006)
Experience from 38 TMCs across the country.

Establish a centralized database for all winter maintenance-related weather information.(2/2/2006)
An Idaho Transportation Department experience in Road-Weather Information System integration.

Involve and collaborate with a broad range of users during software design, development, testing, and deployment to increase the return on investment.(7/29/2005)
New Mexico Department of Transportation's experience in designing and deploying a web-based software application to simplify the increasing complexity of coordinating rural transit funding.

Consider that integration with existing ITS technologies and the vendor selection process can impact project implementation schedules and costs.(5/1/2005)
Washington's experience in deploying five Advanced Traveler Information System (ATIS) projects and developing a standardized approach for evaluating ATIS projects.

Balance project goals against the constraints and capabilities of project partners.(January 2005)
Virginia DOT’s experience integrating data from public works and public safety agencies.

Foster efficiency and joint commitment by promoting an open and cooperative relationship among all parties involved in the project.(January 2005)
Virginia DOT’s experience integrating data from public works and public safety agencies.

Develop early deployment and rapid prototyping strategies to improve the project development process.(January 2005)
Virginia DOT’s experience integrating data from public works and public safety agencies.

Consider using real time traffic control system to overcome mobility and safety obstacles in a work zone.(October 2004)
An Illinois Department of Transportation experience using ITS in work zones.

Assure accurate late train arrival forecasts in support of a Connection Protection system.(5/12/2004)
Experience of the Utah Transit Authority in implementing a Connection Protection program for rail-to-bus passenger transfers in Salt Lake City.

Incorporate real-time bus and train location information in the Connection Protection algorithm.(5/12/2004)
Experience of the Utah Transit Authority in implementing a Connection Protection program for rail-to-bus passenger transfers in Salt Lake City.

Adjust bus schedules to assure adequate time to accomplish rail-to-bus connections, given the risk of late train arrivals at connecting stations.(5/12/2004)
Experience of the Utah Transit Authority in implementing a Connection Protection program for rail-to-bus passenger transfers in Salt Lake City.

Monitor emerging security requirements and legislation that may impact commercial vehicle business processes.(10/1/2003)
The IMTC ITS CVO – Border Crossing Deployment stakeholders experience with changes in security policies in Washington State and British Columbia.

Protect data privacy by implementing user authorization levels for sensitive information.(10/1/2003)
The Washington State and British Columbia experience in developing a fully operational and bi-national electronic commercial vehicle operations (CVO) border crossing system.

Use an interoperable transponder to assure maximum benefits to both the private and public sector.(10/1/2003)
The Washington State and British Columbia experience in using transponders as part of the IMTC ITS CVO – Border Crossing Deployment.

Standardize the system environment.(4/1/2003)
Utah DOT’s experience using configuration management.

Improve ITS data quality to achieve better analysis standards.(5/1/2002)
National experience with ITS data archiving, sharing and usage.

Be sure to identify and take into account features unique to each state when designing and deploying ITS technology projects across multiple states.(3/29/2002)
Experience from technical integration of commercial vehicle safety and fitness data in the eastern United States.

Identify all transportation, incident management, and emergency response entities and strive to resolve issues with semantics and terminology among different agencies.(March 2002)
The experiences in multi-agency coordination, emergency response, and transportation operations within the National Capital Region on September 11, 2001.

Target training and documentation to reduce barriers to maintenance personnel's adoption of a roadway weather information system.(March 2002)
The Washington State Department of Transportation's experience in using road weather information systems for proactive maintenance practices.

Establish technical requirements during the planning stages of the project and monitor on-going performance of those requirements.(9/1/2001)
Ventura County’s experience with an automated transit fare collection system.

Deploy ITS systems strategically to achieve benefits.(6/1/2001)
San Antonio’s experience with integration of freeway and arterial management systems.

Integrate freeway and alternate route operations to achieve greater benefits.(6/1/2001)
San Antonio’s experience with integration of freeway and arterial management systems.

Cooperate with organizations representing different operating philosophies, priorities, budgets, and constituents to integrate ITS.(6/1/2001)
San Antonio's experience with the integration of freeway and arterial management systems.

Use non-proprietary software for ITS projects to ensure compatibility with other ITS components(2001)
Experience with the ITS integration effort in the Metropolitan Model Deployment Initiative (MMDI)

Choose proven technology and avoid changes to specifications.(January 2001)
Irvine, California's experience in implementing a field operational test of an integrated Advanced Transportation Management System.

Develop a regional ITS architecture with a common data server to facilitate ITS integration in a region(2001)
Experience with the ITS integration effort undertaken by the Metropolitan Model Deployment Initiative (MMDI)

Implement a communication structure across jurisdictions that facilitates the flow of traffic data and allows agencies to coordinate traffic signal timing.(10/1/2000)
Phoenix and Seattle’s experiences with coordinating traffic signal timing across jurisdictional boundaries.

Do not build if you can buy existing software products.(July 1998)
A national experience in acquiring software for ITS projects.

Anticipate, understand, address and manage the risks associated with fare card technologies and the vendor relationship.(4/14/2006)
Experience of seven partner public transportation agencies in the Central Puget Sound region of Washington in setting up a regional fare card program.

Understand the issues, strategies and trade-offs that motivate agencies to join in a regional partnership and provide appropriate support.(4/14/2006)
Experience of seven partner public transportation agencies in the Central Puget Sound region of Washington in setting up a regional fare card program.

Plan for greater time and project complexity than expected.(4/14/2006)
Experience of seven partner public transportation agencies in the Central Puget Sound region of Washington in setting up a regional fare card program.

Consider a consensus organizational model to help assure support and participation of partners in a regional fare card project.(4/14/2006)
Experience of seven partner public transportation agencies in the Central Puget Sound region of Washington in setting up a regional fare card program.

Provide for appropriate legal support services to address the many significant legal issues faced in implementing a regional fare card project.(4/14/2006)
Experience of seven partner public transportation agencies in the Central Puget Sound region of Washington in setting up a regional fare card program.

Establish a coordinated fare structure to effectively accommodate differences in fare structures across participating agencies.(4/14/2006)
Experience of seven partner public transportation agencies in the Central Puget Sound region of Washington in setting up a regional fare card program.

Examine the contextual factors and carefully manage the associated issues that will determine the success or failure of a regional fare card project.(4/14/2006)
Experience of seven partner public transportation agencies in the Central Puget Sound region of Washington in setting up a regional fare card program.

Seek a variety of funding sources to support a regional fare card project, and offer a finance plan that encourages participation.(4/14/2006)
Experience of seven partner public transportation agencies in the Central Puget Sound region of Washington in setting up a regional fare card program.

Consider the value of implementing a limited fare pass system initially to serve as an interim experience base for a comprehensive region-wide electronic fare card system.(4/14/2006)
Experience of seven partner public transportation agencies in the Central Puget Sound region of Washington in setting up a regional fare card program.

Invest in research and development for emergency integration.(2/28/2006)
Experience from 38 TMCs across the country.

Create a Transportation Management Center plan to handle potential emergencies and special events.(January 2006)
The United States and Canada's experience with Transportation Management Center staffing and scheduling.

Involve and collaborate with a broad range of users during software design, development, testing, and deployment to increase the return on investment.(7/29/2005)
New Mexico Department of Transportation's experience in designing and deploying a web-based software application to simplify the increasing complexity of coordinating rural transit funding.

Balance project goals against the constraints and capabilities of project partners.(January 2005)
Virginia DOT’s experience integrating data from public works and public safety agencies.

Establish a clear leader and command structure when working on a major, interagency project. (1/1/2005)
Boston, Massachusetts’s experience with transportation planning for special events.

Implement compatible Electronic Toll Collection systems in every state.(October, 2004)
A retrospective of what's been learned since the first ITS Strategic Plan developed in 1992.

Implement a commercial vehicle e-credentialing program in order to make administration and roadside inspections more efficient, keep vehicles moving on the state's roads, and expedite registration.(9/1/2004)
Washington State’s experience with deploying Commercial Vehicle Information Systems and Networks (CVISN) Electronic Credentialing.

Use a bi-national stakeholder forum to help apply ITS technology at an international border crossing.(10/1/2003)
A public-private partnership experience in deploying a bi-national electronic truck border crossing system at the Washington /British Columbia border.

Monitor emerging security requirements and legislation that may impact commercial vehicle business processes.(10/1/2003)
The IMTC ITS CVO – Border Crossing Deployment stakeholders experience with changes in security policies in Washington State and British Columbia.

Protect data privacy by implementing user authorization levels for sensitive information.(10/1/2003)
The Washington State and British Columbia experience in developing a fully operational and bi-national electronic commercial vehicle operations (CVO) border crossing system.

Use an interoperable transponder to assure maximum benefits to both the private and public sector.(10/1/2003)
The Washington State and British Columbia experience in using transponders as part of the IMTC ITS CVO – Border Crossing Deployment.

Include sufficient safeguards to ensure the integrity of the fiber-optic communications infrastructure for ITS.(9/23/2003)
Silicon Valley Smart Corridor's experience with safeguards and monitoring of integrated freeway, arterial and incident management systems and impact on deployment delays.

Realize that stakeholder policies, priorities, and personnel training are critical to ensure consistency and schedule adherence in deploying integrated systems.(9/23/2003)
Silicon Valley Smart Corridor's stakeholder experience in the deployment of an integrated freeway, arterial and incident management systems and the impact on deployment delays.

Recognize that interoperability is becoming an important issue in achieving the vision of a nationwide 511 system.(9/3/2003)
A national experience with the development and deployment of 511 Systems.

Be sure to identify and take into account features unique to each state when designing and deploying ITS technology projects across multiple states.(3/29/2002)
Experience from technical integration of commercial vehicle safety and fitness data in the eastern United States.

Identify all transportation, incident management, and emergency response entities and strive to resolve issues with semantics and terminology among different agencies.(March 2002)
The experiences in multi-agency coordination, emergency response, and transportation operations within the National Capital Region on September 11, 2001.

Cooperate with organizations representing different operating philosophies, priorities, budgets, and constituents to integrate ITS.(6/1/2001)
San Antonio's experience with the integration of freeway and arterial management systems.

Take advantage of time-specific opportunities to organize and build support for a formal incident management program.(5/1/2001)
Major metropolitan areas' experiences with formalized incident management programs.

Choose proven technology and avoid changes to specifications.(January 2001)
Irvine, California's experience in implementing a field operational test of an integrated Advanced Transportation Management System.

Develop a regional ITS architecture with a common data server to facilitate ITS integration in a region(2001)
Experience with the ITS integration effort undertaken by the Metropolitan Model Deployment Initiative (MMDI)

Implement a communication structure across jurisdictions that facilitates the flow of traffic data and allows agencies to coordinate traffic signal timing.(10/1/2000)
Phoenix and Seattle’s experiences with coordinating traffic signal timing across jurisdictional boundaries.

Address toll enforcement issues during the initial phase of planning process; with particular attention paid to the legal structure and potential enforcement technologies. (September, 2006)
The Washington State Department of Transportation’s experience with planning for tolling implementation.

Invest in research and development for emergency integration.(2/28/2006)
Experience from 38 TMCs across the country.

Maximize the value of an RWIS investment for maintenance staff through follow-on staff training and usage tracking.(2/2/2006)
An Idaho Transportation Department experience in Road-Weather Information System integration.

Balance project goals against the constraints and capabilities of project partners.(January 2005)
Virginia DOT’s experience integrating data from public works and public safety agencies.

Develop early deployment and rapid prototyping strategies to improve the project development process.(January 2005)
Virginia DOT’s experience integrating data from public works and public safety agencies.

Include significant planning and development time in the overall project schedule to accommodate identifying and addressing the various compatibility issues, to integrate existing legacy system equipment across multiple agencies.(8/1/2004)
Orlando, Florida's experience with a Field Operational Test (FOT) on using a single smart card for transportation payments at facilities operated by multiple regional agencies.

Implement a commercial vehicle e-credentialing program in order to make administration and roadside inspections more efficient, keep vehicles moving on the state's roads, and expedite registration.(9/1/2004)
Washington State’s experience with deploying Commercial Vehicle Information Systems and Networks (CVISN) Electronic Credentialing.

Standardize the system environment.(4/1/2003)
Utah DOT’s experience using configuration management.

Establish technical requirements during the planning stages of the project and monitor on-going performance of those requirements.(9/1/2001)
Ventura County’s experience with an automated transit fare collection system.

Choose proven technology and avoid changes to specifications.(January 2001)
Irvine, California's experience in implementing a field operational test of an integrated Advanced Transportation Management System.

Use tested and effective traffic management systems for Transportation Management Centers (TMCs). (10/1/1999)
Eight states' experiences with ITS Traffic Management Systems for TMCs.