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Guidelines for enhancing ITS public/private partnerships in Wisconsin ; Project task reports for methods to enhance public/private partnerships for ITS in Wisconsin
  • Published Date:
    2002-05-01
  • Language:
    English
Filetype[PDF-1.89 MB]


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  • NTL Classification:
    NTL-INTELLIGENT TRANSPORTATION SYSTEMS-INTELLIGENT TRANSPORTATION SYSTEMS ; NTL-ECONOMICS AND FINANCE-ECONOMICS AND FINANCE ;
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  • Abstract:
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    Since the early 1970s, the Wisconsin Department of Transportation has taken advantage of intelligent transportation systems (ITS) to help reduce highway congestion and improve safety. In order to take advantage of ITS in additional areas, funding outside of the public sector needs to be explored. To do so, transportation planners and government officials must have an in-depth understanding of potential opportunities, models and pitfalls involved in public-private partnerships. This PDF document presents two related documents: Guidelines for enhancing ITS public/private partnerships in Wisconsin by the corporate author Booze-Allen & Hamilton, published May 2002 (75 p.) and Project task reports for methods to enhance public/private partnerships for ITS in Wisconsin by Hyman et al, published May 1, 2000 (345 p.). The second document provides the background for the first. The guidelines recommend an institutional approach to enhancing public/private partnerships for Intelligent Transportation Systems (ITS) in Wisconsin. The institutional approach consists of a set of principles, an institutional architecture, and options for expanding statutory authority. The guidelines also contain lessons learned from the implementation of ITS public/private partnerships in the U.S., Europe and Japan, as well as lessons learned from other industries. The six task reports that provided the groundwork for the guidelines are as follows:

    -- Task 1 Report. Case Studies and Outreach

    -- Task 2 Report. Legal and Procurement Barriers to Public/Private Partnerships in Wisconsin

    -- Task 3 Report. Attracting Resources to ITS Projects

    -- Task 4 Report. Opportunities for Public/Private Partnerships

    -- Task 5 Report. Assessment of Policies Regarding Accessibility and Fees for Public Information and Data

    -- Task 6 Report. Options for Statutory Changes to Enhance Public/Private Partnerships for ITS in Wisconsin

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