Human Resources (66 unique lessons found)

A Federal report highlights best practices for ITS programs that plan to implement connected vehicle (CV) technology.(07/01/2018)
Guidance for short-, medium-, and long-term transportation planning efforts.

Integrate Road Weather Information Systems program and Transportation Management Centers to improve internal operations practices.(November 2009)
Evaluated based on the experience of the Utah DOT's integration of their Weather Operations/RWIS Program with Traffic Operations.

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.

Develop a project champion succession plan within participating organizations to avoid orphaning a project.( 2 March 2007)
The Great Lakes ITS project management experience from a change in political leadership.

Include public and private sector transportation organizations as stakeholders in emergency evacuation operations and involve them in the preparedness and response planning.(December 2006)
Experience nationwide in the successful use of the transportation network in emergency evacuations with advance notice.

Coordinate extensively with agency staff and vendors when integrating a Transportation Management Center with Computer Aided Dispatch Systems.(July 2006)
Utah's experience with integrating a Transportation Management Center with Computer Aided Dispatch systems.

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.

Implement manual scheduling or the right scheduling software based on the needs of the Transportation Management Center.(January 2006)
The United States and Canada's experience with Transportation Management Center staffing and scheduling.

Create a Transportation Management Center staffing plan that ensures appropriate staffing, staffing skills, and organization adaptability.(January 2006)
The United States and Canada's experience with Transportation Management Center staffing and scheduling.

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.

Implement different scheduling practices depending on the needs of the Transportation Management Center.(January 2006)
The United States and Canada's experience with Transportation Management Center staffing and scheduling.

Implement different staffing arrangements to meet various scheduling demands at a Transportation Management Center.(January 2006)
The United States and Canada's experience with Transportation Management Center staffing and scheduling.

Optimize staffing and scheduling at Transportation Management Centers by using job and workload analysis techniques.(January 2006)
The United States and Canada's experience with Transportation Management Center staffing and scheduling.

Create a staffing plan, using supply and demand analysis, to predict future Transportation Management Center staffing needs. (January 2006)
The United States and Canada's experience with Transportation Management Center staffing and scheduling.

Prioritize constraints when designing a Transportation Management Center work schedule to help alleviate the complexity of scheduling problems.(January 2006)
The United States and Canada's experience with Transportation Management Center staffing and scheduling.

Plan comprehensively to ensure a more effective staffing plan.(January 2006)
The United States and Canada's experience with Transportation Management Center staffing and scheduling.

Consider how implementing an ATIS system will impact staffing and training requirements.(5/1/2005)
Washington's experience in deploying five Advanced Traveler Information System (ATIS) projects and developing a standardized approach for evaluating ATIS projects.

Evaluate administrative and support staffing needs to close gaps in ITS operational support.(January 2005)
A New Jersey Department of Transportation experience with ITS operations and maintenance in Transportation Operations Centers (TOCs).

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.

Ensure that qualified staff with expertise in telecommunications is involved, as planning for and designing a telecommunications network is complicated. (2000)
Experiences from the Departments of Transportation (DOTS) of multiple states in selecting telecommunications options.

Carefully select a project manager to be responsible for deployment and testing of new ITS technology.(3/1/1999)
A Washington State Department of Transportation (WSDOT) experience with testing of new variable speed limit technology to reduce winter crashes on a mountain pass.

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

Consider how implementing an ATIS system will impact staffing and training requirements.(5/1/2005)
Washington's experience in deploying five Advanced Traveler Information System (ATIS) projects and developing a standardized approach for evaluating ATIS projects.

Hire properly trained staff to deploy and maintain traffic signal systems.(1/31/2002)
Agencies share experiences managing and operating traffic signal systems.

Ensure that qualified staff with expertise in telecommunications is involved, as planning for and designing a telecommunications network is complicated. (2000)
Experiences from the Departments of Transportation (DOTS) of multiple states in selecting telecommunications options.

Implement different staffing arrangements to meet various scheduling demands at a Transportation Management Center.(January 2006)
The United States and Canada's experience with Transportation Management Center staffing and scheduling.

Ensure having a management-level champion to facilitate recruitment of participants and retain operational staff.(December 2002)
An experience of human resource challenges in the multi-agency deployment for the Electronic Intermodal Supply Chain Manifest Operational Test.

Ensure that qualified staff with expertise in telecommunications is involved, as planning for and designing a telecommunications network is complicated. (2000)
Experiences from the Departments of Transportation (DOTS) of multiple states in selecting telecommunications options.

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

Provide written procedures and training for issuing warnings to Regional Transportation Management Center operators for successful weather integration. (August 2010)
Lessons from the evaluation of the Caltrans District 3 experience in implementing a weather alert notification system

Build support for the use of an MDSS tool in order to overcome institutional barriers.(September, 2007)
From the experience of Maine Department of Transportation.

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.

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.

Optimize staffing and scheduling at Transportation Management Centers by using job and workload analysis techniques.(January 2006)
The United States and Canada's experience with Transportation Management Center staffing and scheduling.

Consider how implementing an ATIS system will impact staffing and training requirements.(5/1/2005)
Washington's experience in deploying five Advanced Traveler Information System (ATIS) projects and developing a standardized approach for evaluating ATIS projects.

Develop a strategic maintenance and operations plan to improve efficiency and productivity.(June 2004)
Kentucky's experience with employing strategies to support and coordinate ITS maintenance and operations activities.

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.

Train staff throughout the deployment of transit ITS projects to ensure successful implementation and use of ITS resources.(March 2003)
Five rural transit agencies' experiences in applying ITS to rural transit.

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.

Allocate sufficient resources for technology deployment and operator training to improve incident detection and verification.(April 2000)
Experience of transportation professionals nationwide in developing successful incident management programs.

Choose staff training and documentation methods to match individual Transportation Management Center (TMC) needs.(10/1/1999)
Eight states' experiences with training and documentation methods for TMCs.