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ITS Evaluation Phase 3 (2010)

Description: This report documents the results of applying a previously developed, standardized approach for evaluating intelligent transportation systems (ITS) projects to 17 ITS earmark projects. The evaluation approach was based on a questionnaire to investigate technical, management, and organizational lessons learned. The report includes an evaluation report for each of the 17 ITS projects. Each report includes a discussion of the following:

• Background
• Project description
• System usage and benefits
• Cost, operations and maintenance
• Architecture and standards
• Lessons learned.

Most of the lessons learned in this evaluation phase were similar to those documented in previous evaluations.

  • Date Published: May, 2011
  • Publication Number: WA-RD 672.3
  • Last Modified: May 11, 2011
  • Authors: Ronald Porter, Edward McCormack, Peter M. Briglia, Jr.
  • Originator: Washington State Transportation Center (TRAC)
  • # of Pages: 136 p., 1.75 mb (PDF)
  • Subject: Intelligent transportation systems, Evaluation and assessment, ITS program applications, Real time information, Traveler information and communication systems, Advanced traveler information systems, Benefits, Project management, ITS program technologies.
  • Keywords: Intelligent Transportation Systems (ITS), advanced real-time traveler information, traffic maps, congestion maps, traffic graphics.
  • Related Publications: ATIS Evaluation Framework (WA-RD 606.1); ITS Evaluation Framework -- Phase 2 (WA-RD 672.1); ITS Framework -- Phase 2 Continuation (2009): Seventeen Projects (WA-RD 672.2).


This abstract was last modified July 29, 2011