Funding (33 unique lessons found)

Examine state and federal regulatory policies to determine their ability to influence the adoption of electric vehicles in the long term.(09/01/2018)
The Electric Vehicle Transportation Center at the University of Central Florida identified seven characteristics of successful alternative fuel/technology incentive programs.

Beware that inter-agency funding arrangements can lead to delays in awarding and executing project contracts.( 2 March 2007)
The experience of Wayne County and the Wayne County Airport Authority in securing earmarked funds and executing contracts.

Be aware of funding issues when deploying ITS transit systems.(4/14/2006)
Experience from the Lake Tahoe Coordinated Transit System.

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.

Maintain, reinforce, and expand existing programs to improve traffic signal operations.(3/26/2006)
Wisconsin’s experience with operating and maintaining a statewide traffic signal system program.

Establish a clear understanding among all partners on the level of technical support to be provided by suppliers and integrators, as equipment provided in-kind or at a reduced cost is often provided with minimal technical support.(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.

Recognize potential institutional issues when deploying an ITS system.(4/1/2004)
TriMet’s experience with the deployment of Transit Tracker in Portland Oregon.

Effectively communicate plans for implementing contraflow lanes during a hurricane evacuation.(11/1/2003)
Experience from nine transportation management projects on hurricane evacuation preparedness.

Examine multiple funding sources and anticipate unforeseen costs associated with deploying transit ITS.(March 2003)
Five rural transit agencies' experiences in applying ITS to rural transit.

Identify financial resources and expected costs to conduct a cost/benefit analysis.(1/1/2002)
Nationwide experience with assisting transit system managers in deploying ITS.

Be aware that ITS deployment contracting is complex and may be subject to changes in technologies and market forces.(10/1/2001)
Virginia DOT's experience with delays in contracting for the Hampton Roads Advanced Traveler Information System deployment

Examine state and federal regulatory policies to determine their ability to influence the adoption of electric vehicles in the long term.(09/01/2018)
The Electric Vehicle Transportation Center at the University of Central Florida identified seven characteristics of successful alternative fuel/technology incentive programs.

Use the ITE Traffic Signal Self-Assessment to help make the case for increased staffing and funding to support traffic signal programs.(December 31, 2007)
From the 2007 National Traffic Signal Operations Report Card Technical Report

Be aware of funding issues when deploying ITS transit systems.(4/14/2006)
Experience from the Lake Tahoe Coordinated Transit System.

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.

Find innovative funding resources to help finance management and operations (M&O) strategies and ITS.(11/30/2004)
The experience of several agencies with innovative funding.

Recognize potential institutional issues when deploying an ITS system.(4/1/2004)
TriMet’s experience with the deployment of Transit Tracker in Portland Oregon.

Examine multiple funding sources and anticipate unforeseen costs associated with deploying transit ITS.(March 2003)
Five rural transit agencies' experiences in applying ITS to rural transit.

Consider seven key planning requirements of an effective ITS Program.(3/15/2002 1:00:00 AM)
Experience from a case study of the Virginia Department of Transportation's I-81 ITS Program.

Identify financial resources and expected costs to conduct a cost/benefit analysis.(1/1/2002)
Nationwide experience with assisting transit system managers in deploying ITS.

Use the ITE Traffic Signal Self-Assessment to help make the case for increased staffing and funding to support traffic signal programs.(December 31, 2007)
From the 2007 National Traffic Signal Operations Report Card Technical Report

Beware that inter-agency funding arrangements can lead to delays in awarding and executing project contracts.( 2 March 2007)
The experience of Wayne County and the Wayne County Airport Authority in securing earmarked funds and executing contracts.

Be aware of funding issues when deploying ITS transit systems.(4/14/2006)
Experience from the Lake Tahoe Coordinated Transit System.

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.

Maintain, reinforce, and expand existing programs to improve traffic signal operations.(3/26/2006)
Wisconsin’s experience with operating and maintaining a statewide traffic signal system program.

Enhance collaboration by sharing office space among operations stakeholders.(11/30/2004)
Ohio's experience with the development of a multi-jurisdictional operations facility.

Find innovative funding resources to help finance management and operations (M&O) strategies and ITS.(11/30/2004)
The experience of several agencies with innovative funding.

Link the funding of management and operations (M&O) strategies and ITS to regional transportation planning goals.(11/30/2004)
An Albany, NY, metropolitan planning experience in funding allocation.

Recognize potential institutional issues when deploying an ITS system.(4/1/2004)
TriMet’s experience with the deployment of Transit Tracker in Portland Oregon.

Maintain adequate funding and personnel levels to maximize efficient operation of traffic signal systems operations.(February, 2004)
The City of Minneapolis Department of Public Works' experience.

Examine multiple funding sources and anticipate unforeseen costs associated with deploying transit ITS.(March 2003)
Five rural transit agencies' experiences in applying ITS to rural transit.

Consider seven key planning requirements of an effective ITS Program.(3/15/2002 1:00:00 AM)
Experience from a case study of the Virginia Department of Transportation's I-81 ITS Program.

Identify financial resources and expected costs to conduct a cost/benefit analysis.(1/1/2002)
Nationwide experience with assisting transit system managers in deploying ITS.

Be aware of funding issues when deploying ITS transit systems.(4/14/2006)
Experience from the Lake Tahoe Coordinated Transit System.

Consider public/private partnerships and unique financing methods as ways to cover costs for managed lanes projects.(2005)
Guidance provided by the Texas Transportation Institute on funding and financing managed lanes projects.

Consider using incentives to encourage the participation of private sector freight operators.(5 October 2003)
The Port Authority of New York and New Jersey's experience in developing the FIRST system and gaining participation from industry stakeholders in the system's operation.

Examine multiple funding sources and anticipate unforeseen costs associated with deploying transit ITS.(March 2003)
Five rural transit agencies' experiences in applying ITS to rural transit.

Do not count on revenue generation from data sharing to subsidize the operation and maintenance expenses of advanced traveler information systems.(1/1/2002)
A survey of transportation agencies and private firms involved in providing traveler information services.

Best practices to support the arrival of smart mobility for non-urban communities.(03/15/2018)
Ohio's 33 Smart Mobility Corridor demonstrates how smaller cities can leverage intelligent transportation technology to improve congestion, safety, and employment access.

Consider public/private partnerships and unique financing methods as ways to cover costs for managed lanes projects.(2005)
Guidance provided by the Texas Transportation Institute on funding and financing managed lanes projects.

Find innovative funding resources to help finance management and operations (M&O) strategies and ITS.(11/30/2004)
The experience of several agencies with innovative funding.

Engage in comprehensive planning and coordination of managed lanes projects.(November, 2004)
The experience of managed lanes projects in California, Texas and New Jersey.

Recognize potential institutional issues when deploying an ITS system.(4/1/2004)
TriMet’s experience with the deployment of Transit Tracker in Portland Oregon.

Identify innovative solutions for deploying Information Stations that report real-time data for weather and traffic monitoring in the event of a hurricane.(11/1/2003)
Experience from nine transportation management projects on hurricane evacuation preparedness.

Consider using incentives to encourage the participation of private sector freight operators.(5 October 2003)
The Port Authority of New York and New Jersey's experience in developing the FIRST system and gaining participation from industry stakeholders in the system's operation.

Examine multiple funding sources and anticipate unforeseen costs associated with deploying transit ITS.(March 2003)
Five rural transit agencies' experiences in applying ITS to rural transit.

Be aware that ITS deployment contracting is complex and may be subject to changes in technologies and market forces.(10/1/2001)
Virginia DOT's experience with delays in contracting for the Hampton Roads Advanced Traveler Information System deployment