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1 Introduction Oscar E. Jarquin Chief, Office of Information Technology California Department of Transportation (Caltrans) Los Angeles, California, USA Civil Engineer Civil Engineer Land Surveyor Land Surveyor GIS Professional GIS Professional Project Manager Project Manager Program Manager Program Manager

2 Governance and Structure National Academy of Sciences National Academy of Sciences Transportation Research Board (TRB) Transportation Research Board (TRB) American Association of State Highway Transportation Officials American Association of State Highway Transportation Officials Technology Implementation Group (TIG) Technology Implementation Group (TIG)

3 AASHTO Technology Implementation Group (TIG) FY 2007 – 2012 AASHTO TIG Focus Technologies Multi Level Linear Reference System (MLLRS)

4 Lead States Team

5 Iowa’s LRS Experience

6 Agenda What Iowa’s LRS includes What Iowa’s LRS includes What do the DOT’s business units gain What do the DOT’s business units gain What allowed Iowa to succed What allowed Iowa to succed

7 Iowa’s LRS Implementation of NCHRP model. Which separates business data from the location components of linear features (roads, navigable rivers, railroads, pipelines, etc.).

8 NCHRP Model LRS Components Coordinate Route Reference Post Coordinate Route MilepointStationing Literal Description Base Record CrashPMIS Inventory Project Data Program Centerline Representation 2 Centerline Representation 3 Centerline Representation 1 Address Range

9 LRS Components (all public roads 114,000 miles) Cartography Cartography Traveled Way Spatial Traveled Way Spatial Roadway Spatial Roadway Spatial Datum (Anchor Sections & Points) Datum (Anchor Sections & Points) Network (Transport Links & Nodes) Network (Transport Links & Nodes) Routes Routes Parsed Names Parsed Names Paths Paths LRM Components (ie Reference Post) LRM Components (ie Reference Post)

10 Transformations between supported business location referencing methods (LRM) A common linear description of the network that can relate all the methods. LRM Datum Transform

11 How does LRS benefit the DOT Improved Accuracy Entire road system (all public roads) are created based upon same standard Entire road system (all public roads) are created based upon same standard A separate abstraction layer call Roadway exist that provides a single representation of divided roadways A separate abstraction layer call Roadway exist that provides a single representation of divided roadways The system is represented over time (from 1/1/2001) The system is represented over time (from 1/1/2001)

12 How does LRS benefit the DOT Central location of data Route names for all roadway systems Route names for all roadway systems One navigable network One navigable network Centerline for all roads Centerline for all roads History of road network History of road network

13 How does LRS benefit the DOT Clearly defined rules and practices LRM usage and results LRM usage and results Metadata for all LRS components Metadata for all LRS components

14 LRS how did Iowa succeed Reasons for creation of LRS Reasons for creation of LRS Division Level Sponsors Division Level Sponsors Business data kept separate from location Business data kept separate from location

15 California’s LRS Experience

16 California Business Driver… Corridor Management

17 Multiple LRM’s County Route Postmile ORA 405 R County Route KiloPost ORA 405 R

18 Security Internet Other TIMI GIS SOA (Service Oriented Architecture) Java/XML Message Bus TASAS Data Files Applications TSM Hwy. Inven. HPMS Programming Traffic Volume OE-PSE PMS TMCs (loops, CMS, etc.) Web Pages SOA output via GIS = Planning, PID, Design, Proj. Mgt., Constr., Operations, etc. for system performance, geometrics, etc. Other CTIS PEAR Parcels Others Google Earth CAD Others Public State Agencies Locals CT PASSMain FrameExternal Sources Linear Referencing Search FunctionsMapping Other Functions St. Hwy Inv. HPMS Envir. Doc Mgt Asset Mgt SHARED FUNCTIONS ENTERPRISE SYSTEM INTEGRATION Service Oriented Architecture (SOA)

19 Identifying Common SOA Components

20 GIS FilesCadastral CADD Post Mile Info Geodatabase / Web Services MicroStation Geospatial Data GIS Web GoogleEarth Geospatial Data Management

21 Postmile Lookup Tool

22 ArcGIS Tool Bar

23 AASHTO’s Technology Implementation Group – or TIG – scans the horizon for outstanding advancements in transportation technology and invests time and money to accelerate their adoption by agencies nationwide. Each year, TIG selects a highly valuable, but largely unrecognized procedure, process, software, device, or other innovation that has been adopted by at least one agency, is market ready and is available for use by other interested agencies. Guided by the vision of "a culture where rapid advancement and implementation of high payoff, innovative technologies is the expectation of the transportation community," TIG’s objective is to share information with AASHTO member agencies, local agencies, and their industry partners to improve the Nation’s transportation system.

24 TIG LRS Team Members Iowa Lead State Iowa Lead State Peggi Knight ( Team Leader) Peggi Knight ( Team Leader) Eric Abrams (GIS Coordinator) Eric Abrams (GIS Coordinator) Karen Carroll (LRS Manager) Karen Carroll (LRS Manager) Mike Clement (QA LRS) Mike Clement (QA LRS) Steve Kadolph (Technical Exp.) Steve Kadolph (Technical Exp.) Ryan Wyllie (QA LRS) Ryan Wyllie (QA LRS) o Other States David Blackstone, Ohio Jonathan DuChateau Jonathan DuChateau, Wisconsin John Farley, North Carolina Oscar Jarquin Oscar Jarquin, California Thomas Martin, Minnesota o Non State Tim Bisch, Bentley Gary Waters, ESRI Mark Sarmiento, FHWA Reg Saouleyrette, Iowa Sate University

25 Many technical reports have been completed about developing and integrating a Linear Referencing System (LRS) within a state transportation agency. The magnitude of costs related to the development of a LRS and the commitment required by an agency can be overwhelming, especially if there are no data to support the costs or expected benefits. The Value Analysis (VA) Report will help the states by providing credible quantitative and qualitative benefits obtained from a s state’s investment as well as sample costs and requirements for implementing and maintaining a Multi-Level Linear Referencing System (MLLRS). The use of the word “baseline system” throughout the report represents the minimum requirement for a fully functioning MLLRS. The use of the term “optional functional elements” refers to supplemental elements that will improve the baseline MLLRS.

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28 Marketing Plan for Linear Referencing System Assess LRS Needs and Contacts in Each State Assess LRS Needs and Contacts in Each State Develop PowerPoint Presentation, Brochure and Posters Develop PowerPoint Presentation, Brochure and Posters Develop Value Analysis Document (Contractor) Develop Value Analysis Document (Contractor) Develop and Host Webinar(s) Develop and Host Webinar(s) Give Presentation and/or Workshop at TRB, GIS-T and AASHTO IS Conferences Give Presentation and/or Workshop at TRB, GIS-T and AASHTO IS Conferences Visit States Offering Invitation Visit States Offering Invitation Assess LRS Level of Knowledge Transfer and Implementation Success Assess LRS Level of Knowledge Transfer and Implementation Success Final Report Final Report


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