This report documents the results of applying a previously developed, standardized approach for evaluating advanced traveler information systems (ATIS) projects to a much more diverse group of 16 intelligent transportation systems (ITS) projects. The evaluation approach used structured interviews to investigate technical, management and organizational lessons learned. The approach appeared to work well with this diverse group of projects.
This report also includes the individual evaluation reports for the 16 ITS projects that were evaluated. Each report includes a discussion on background information, project description, ITS architecture and standards, system usage and benefits and institutional and technical issues.
May 16, 2008
Peter M. Briglia, Jaime M. Kopf, Mark E. Hallenbeck.
Washington State Transportation Center (TRAC)
- # of Pages: 110 p., 1.62 MB (PDF)
- Subject: Intelligent transportation systems, Evaluation and assessment, ITS program applications, Real time information, Traveler information and communication systems, Advanced traveler information systems, Project management, ITS program technologies.
- Keywords: Evaluation, intelligent transportation systems, ITS, interviews, lessons learned, ATIS, Washington (State).
- Related Publications: ATIS Evaluation Framework (WA-RD 606.1); ITS Framework -- Phase 2 Continuation (2009): Seventeen Projects (WA-RD 672.2); ITS Evaluation -- Phase 3 (2010) (WA-RD 672.3).
This abstract was last modified July 29, 2011