Weather Information integration into TMC Operations estimated at $6,270,000, with $833,000 in annual Operations and Maintenance Cost.

Estimates from Wyoming Department of Transportation Weather Integration Plan

December 15, 2010
Wyoming,United States

Summary Information

The Wyoming Department of Transportation (WYDOT) was chosen by the Federal Highway Administration (FHWA) Road Weather Management Program (RWMP) to conduct a weather information self-evaluation and planning process. The weather integration plan was produced as a result of that process.

The table below shows the seven projects identified to carry out WYDOT's integration strategies, with their implementation costs and estimated Operations and Maintenance (O&M) costs.
ProjectInitial CostO&M cost
Road Weather Information System (RWIS) Expansion
Automatic Vehicle Location/Mobile Data Computer (AVL/MDC)
Weather Information Manager (WIM)
Variable Speed Limit (VSL) Expansion
Weather Information Tool
Weather Alert Notification
Advanced Traffic Management System (ATMS) Decision Support

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Wyoming Department of Transportation Statewide TMC Weather Integration Plan

Author: Cox, Kevin M.

Published By: Wyoming Department of Transportation

Source Date: December 15, 2010


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RWIS, ESS, Environmental Sensor Station, RWIS Station, road monitoring, weather station, environmental sensing station

Cost ID: 2011-00227