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Multi-Modal Traveler Information System - GCM Corridor Architecture Functional Requirements
  • Published Date:
    1997-11-17
  • Language:
    English
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    NTL-INTELLIGENT TRANSPORTATION SYSTEMS-INTELLIGENT TRANSPORTATION SYSTEMS
  • Abstract:
    The Multi-Modal Traveler Information System (MMTIS) project involves a large number of Intelligent Transportation System (ITS) related tasks. It involves research of all ITS initiatives in the Gary-Chicago-Milwaukee (GCM) Corridor which are currently deployed as well as proposed ITS identified in regional strategic plans and early deployment studies. This information will be used to recommend an MMTIS Corridor Architecture that best suits the characteristics of the diverse needs and resources within the Corridor. The deployment of the Gateway Traveler Information System (TIS) will provide a comprehensive, integrated, and multi-modal transportation system that serves the needs of travelers and operators within the GCM Corridor. This system will focus on the collection and distribution of transportation related information and the coordination of regional multi-modal transportation systems for the benefit of the Corridor. It will also provide the communications mechanism for the implementation of cooperative control procedures for cross agency control of ITS devices. There will be a minimum of a two phased implementation for the GCM Corridor Gateway TIS. Initial" and full build-out or "Ultimate." The primary difference between the initial and ultimate phases of the Gateway TIS will be the type of data connections to the data source systems. The Gateway serves as the central collection and distribution hub for traveler information within the GCM Corridor. Together with the regional hubs and connections to ITS subsystems within the Corridor it composes the Gateway TIS.

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