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Integrating intelligent transportation systems within the transportation planning process : an interim handbook
  • Published Date:
    1998-01-01
  • Language:
    English
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  • Publication/ Report Number:
    FHWA-SA-98-048
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  • Abstract:
    The purpose of the ITS Planning Handbook is to provide a tool to assist in meeting current challenges. Specifically, the purposes of the Handbook are to: (1) Identify and describe ways that ITS should be integrated with the mainstream transportation planning process; (2) Increase the likelihood of successful transportation projects and programs by providing lessons learned, good practices, and practical information on ITS; (3) Provide specific guidance and resources in conducting ITS planning associated with metropolitan and statewide transportation plans, major investment studies (MISs), other corridor and subarea studies, regionwide strategic assessments of ITS (such as through ITS Early Deployment Planning Studies), and related ITS planning activities. This guidance is designed to cover both institutional and technical issues related to ITS planning; (4) Identify and describe air quality requirements that can affect ITS projects (5) Ultimately improve the efficiency and effectiveness of the transportation system through successful ITS applications. This Handbook focuses on applying ITS within the broader context of the planning process; it is not intended as a complete treatment of the planning process itself. The Handbook treats ITS not as a separate and distinct element, but as an integral element of all types of solutions to transportation problems.

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