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Overcoming Barriers To IVHS -- Lessons From Other Technologies, Final Task F Report, Model Advanced Traffic Management System Franchise Agreement
  • Published Date:
    1995-08-25
  • Language:
    English
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    Transferred from EDL on 5/14/2008

    VIABLE ADVANCED TRAFFIC MANAGEMENT SYSTEMS WILL BE CENTRAL TO THE

    DEVELOPMENT OF ITS TECHNOLOGIES, AND CRITICAL TO THE DELIVERY OF MANY PRIVATE SECTOR ITS SERVICES TO THE PUBLIC. BY ITS VERY NATURE, HOWEVER, ATMS RELIES HEAVILY ON ACCESS TO THE PUBLIC RIGHTS-OF-WAY. CONSEQUENTLY, DEVELOPMENT OF ATMS WILL REQUIRE A HIGH DEGREE OF COORDINATION BETWEEN THE PUBLIC AND PRIVATE SECTORS. THIS MODEL FRANCHISE AGREEMENT IS AN ATTEMPT TO DESCRIBE THE RELATIONSHIP BETWEEN THE PUBLIC AND THE PRIVATE SECTOR NEEDED TO ACHIEVE THAT LEVEL OF COORDINATION.



    THE FRANCHISE MODEL PRESENTED HERE IS JUST ONE OF SEVERAL WAYS IN WHICH THE

    RELATIONSHIP BETWEEN THE PUBLIC AND PRIVATE SECTORS COULD BE DEFINED. OTHER OPTIONS MIGHT PROVIDE FOR LESS EXCLUSIVITY AND FREER ENTRY INTO THE MARKET BY THE PRIVATE SECTORS, BUT THE HEAVY RELIANCE OF ATMS ON THE USE OF PUBLIC RIGHTS-OF-WAY RAISES QUESTIONS ABOUT THE VIABILITY OF SUCH MODELS. THIS MODEL ASSUMES THAT THE INFORMATION- GATHERING FEATURES OF AN ATMS SYSTEM, IN PARTICULAR, WILL REQUIRE THE INTENSIVE USE OF THE RIGHTS-OF-WAY AND THE INVESTMENT OF SUBSTANTIAL CAPITAL IN THE RIGHTS-OF-WAY. THEREFORE, IT SEEMS UNLIKELY THAT COMPETING ATMS SYSTEMS COULD BE SUCCESSFULLY BUILT IN MANY AREAS.

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