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1 NMDOT ITS BUREAUWELCOME THANKS for BEING HERE and HOORAY IT’S FRIDAY

2 INTELLIGENT TRANSPORTATION SOCIETY OF NEW MEXICO NOVEMBER 4 TH, 2011 NMDOT ITS BUREAU NMDOT ITS - VALUE and OPPORTUNITY

3 ITS Planning, Field Deployments and Infrastructure Expansion Targets Enhanced Performance and Expanded Versatility Satisfies an Identified Need – Established in the ITS Architecture Appropriately Located More reliable connectivity Reduction of recurring costs Higher bandwidth Build out redundancy Faster response Accommodate in-field deployment Reduce vulnerability associated with maintenance and support Stronger network configuration control Opportunity for resource sharing

4 ITS Infancy: NMDOT had early uses of ITS that included HARs, CCTVs, Portable DMSs, and even RWISs – predominantly tied to rural applications. ITS Migration: Entered into the Modern Age of ITS with the Construction of the Big I that used DMSs, CCTVs, HARs and established first TMC at the Hilltop ITS Development: Utilized web technologies with the deployment of Nmroads.com as a traveler’s advisory reporting system ITS Structure: Development of an ITS Bureau - Systematic Deployment of ITS Field Devices & Communications Infrastructure in ABQ Area - Development of a TMC - Deployment of ITS Field Devices throughout State ITS Collaboration: Development and Deployment of Shared Infrastructure - MOA’s for Fiber Sharing - MOA’s for Equipment Operations - Data Sharing - Regional TMC (Concept of Operations and Feasibility Report)

5 NMDOT - ITS IN THE ABQ AREA

6 NMDOT - ITS IN THE EXTENDED ABQ AREA

7 NMDOT - ITS DEPLOYMENTS THROUGHOUT THE STATE

8 Development of Our Web-based Traveler Information System Nmroads CARS Nmroads ATIS 1.0 Nmroads ATIS 2.0 Nmroads ATIS 3.0

9 TRAVELER INFORMATION FOR TOMORROW (Is Here Today) Mobility

10 Partnering for Sharing “News” on Traveler Information MOUs have been executed with Local Media Outlets and Their Affiliates for Video Sharing

11 Phases of NMDOT TMC Original Construction 1 st Phase of Improvements 2 nd Phase of Improvements 809 Copper NW

12 Phase 3? JOINT TMCs ALBUQUERQUE STAKEHOLDERS HAVE RECOGNIZED THE VALUE OF A JOINT TMC

13 US Joint Centers There are at least 50 joint transportation/police dispatch centers in the US, and the number is growing Florida – FDOT and FHP at 6 locations California – Caltrans and CHP at 7 locations Texas – TxDOT and State and locals at 3 locations Las Vegas – MPO and State Police Fairfax County, VA – VDOT freeway ops and signals, local police, fire, EMS dispatch Montgomery Co, MD County DOT, police, fire, EMS dispatch City of Chicago – City traffic, police, fire, EMS dispatch MinnDOT – State DOT and Police Many more

14 Purpose and Concept of a Joint Center Provide Improved Situational Awareness to Improve Incident Response and Daily Operations 1.Co-location of transportation providers with incident management/responders has been shown to increase partnership and coordination for all levels of operations 2.Co-location of incident management / responders from different jurisdictions improve operations and support 3.Co-location among multi-jurisdictional and multi- disciplined transportation agencies allows for integrated corridor management 4.Better accommodates alternative routing during incidents and events

15 Benefits Police access to video images from state and city Typically projected on shared video display wall Improved situational awareness Person-to-person contact improves coordination Cross Jurisdictional Access Resources Data Personnel Corridor Management for Cross Jurisdictional Segments Network Management for Cross Jurisdictional Corridors Coordinated System Development – Field and Center Enhanced System Support Shared Costs

16 Typical West Side Commute

17 Freeway Incident Management Support

18 Roadway Condition Monitoring and Winter Maintenance Operations

19 Seasonal Events and Incident Management

20 Emergency Operations

21 Completed and Next Steps Full Development of a Concept of Operations – Functional and Joint Functional Needs/Goals of each potential partner – Identified required seats and total bodies – today and future Feasibility Assessment for the Former Armed Forces Reserve Facility Developed Programmatic-level Cost Estimate Outcomes – Good understanding of the partners and their needs/desires – Project scale/scope and cost (programmatic level) – Outlined Phased Occupation – Useful for funding

22 Armed Forces Reserve Armory at 600 Wyoming Blvd NE

23 WHERE’S THE VALUE – WHY WE DO THIS STUFF Consider This: Cost of Congestion and Delay – Every Minute a Lane is Closed During Peak Periods Equates to Roughly *$12,000 of Lost Productivity Every Minute a Lane is Closed Equates to Six (6) Minutes of Subsequent Delay Increases the Occurrence of a Secondary Crash By 3% Mode for Clearance Times for Incidents on Interstates in Albuquerque (30 – 60 min) Doing the Math - It’s Easy to See the Impact and Importance of Early Detection and Clearances *(2007 Study in Portland, OR – Population ~ Albuquerque)

24 CREATING OPPORTUNITIES TAKING ADVANTAGE OF WHAT HAS BEEN DONE Sharing Information and Data – Sharing Infrastructure – Sharing Resources – Using Information and Data Across Different Applications – Interoperability and Scalability - Expanding the Use of Existing Improvements -

25 NMDOT ITS - ITS New Mexico Open forum in which to discuss developments and opportunities among ITS stakeholders in New Mexico Can serve as the ITS champion in venues not accessible to the NMDOT – i.e., legislative lobbying Efficiency and flexibility in coordinating activities and pursuits without the constraints that saddle government agencies Access to resources and information through networking both within and beyond the state chapter and also through hosted training sessions Advocate and Pursue ITS Partnerships

26 NMDOT ITS 809 Copper NW Albuquerque, NM (505) NMDOT ITS BUREAU


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