Working paper : the ITS cost data repository at Mitretek Systems
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Working paper : the ITS cost data repository at Mitretek Systems

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      Mitretek Systems has been tasked by the Intelligent Transportation Systems (ITS) Joint Program Office (JPO) to collect available information on ITS costs and maintain the information in a cost database, which serves as the ITS Cost Data Repository. The repository is to be a central site for estimates of ITS costs that the ITS JPO can use for policy analyses, benefit/cost analyses, and to distribute to the ITS community. At this time, cost estimates have been collected from several sources, and the bulk of these data have been reviewed. The data from the different sources reside in a single directory on one PC computer, in their original formats, or translated into Microsoft Excel 5.0 format. Each data source has generally provided ITS costs in a single file. The various sets of cost estimates that have been collected have not been integrated into a single database. This Working Paper has been written to describe the status of the Cost Repository. It is expected that the JPO and Mitretek will decide on future activities with the data in the Repository. Discussions are needed with cost experts in DOT, transportation agencies, and others, on what categories of costs, and levels of detail, are most useful to others. We also need to discuss whether or not to rationalize the differences between the current unit cost estimates.
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