Rural ITS toolbox and deployment plan for Regions 2, 6, 7 and 9 : ITS toolbox for rural and small urban areas
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Rural ITS toolbox and deployment plan for Regions 2, 6, 7 and 9 : ITS toolbox for rural and small urban areas

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    As a part of the Small Urban and Rural ITS Study it conducted in 4 of its more rural regions, the New York State Department of Transportation has developed a compendium of systems, devices and strategies that can enhance safety, provide information, and make public transportation available to non-drivers in the small urban and rural areas throughout the State. This compendium is called the “Small Urban and Rural ITS Toolbox”. The “Toolbox” contains 30 unique “tools” which fit into one of eight ITS categories, including Incident Detection, Traffic Management, Safety, Road/Weather Information systems, Detection/MAYDAY Services, Transit, Traveler/Tourism Information, and Planning/Outreach. Through 43 real life examples, systems and approaches are described which can be used to address a variety of needs and issues facing the Department and the traveling public. In the case of this document, the needs and issues were identified through a series of workshops which were held in each of the 4 participating Regions. These workshops were attended by a broad range of internal and external stakeholders, who each brought their unique perspectives to the table. The result is a defined list of state-of-the-art technologies currently available and appropriate for deployment to address mobility, capacity, information and safety problems and needs in the small urban and rural areas of New York State.
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