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Working paper : national costs of the metropolitan ITS infrastructure : updated with 2004 deployment data
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    Transferred from EDL on 5/14/2008

    The purpose of this report, "Working Paper National Costs of the Metropolitan ITS infrastructure: Updated with 2004 Deployment Data," is to update the estimates of the costs remaining to deploy Intelligent Transportation Systems (ITS) infrastructure elements in the 75 largest metropolitan areas in the United States. Updates to this working paper coincide with the results from tracking the deployment of the integrated ITS infrastructure in the United States. To date, deployment tracking results are available for 1997, 1999, 2000, 2002, and 2004. The initial version of the working paper (dated September 1999) was written to update the FHWA 1995 cost estimate and to develop estimates of the investments that must still be made using the 1997 deployment tracking results. Deployment tracking results from 1999, 2000, and 2002 were incorporated into the first, second, and third revisions of this paper (dated August 2000, July 2001, and October 2003, respectively) with the majority of the updates contained within the addendum to the original document. With the 2004 deployment tracking data now available, the national deployment cost estimate can be updated again. However, for this iteration the new cost estimate is documented as a stand-alone report. Details on the methodology for developing estimates, and how costs and quantities were derived can be found in previous versions of the working paper. The results show that progress is being made toward deployment of ITS infrastructure elements. Approximately 32.6% of the needed capital costs, or $192 million has been expended per large metropolitan area through 2004. This value represents an additional 17.9% increase from the 1997 expenditures of 14.7%. The total national capital cost expended for the 75 largest metropolitan areas is $14.4 billion. The total national capital cost/investment remaining is $29.8 billion.

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