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Statewide

 

Oregon ITS Architecture Report

This report documents the Oregon Statewide Intelligent Transportation System (ITS) Architecture, which was originally created in 1998. The Oregon Department of Transportation (ODOT) and the Federal Highway Administration (FHWA) collectively developed this plan and the outcome is a long-term phased deployment of ITS projects, which include advanced technologies and management techniques, aimed to improve the safety and efficiency of the transportation system.

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Traffic Signals

 

Traffic Signal Management Plan

The purpose of this Traffic Signal Management Plan (TSMP) is to provide a framework for the management of the traffic signal system by the Oregon Department of Transportation (ODOT). A traffic signal system is defined as the hardware and software at an intersection that is used to operate a "local" traffic signal, the central traffic signal system that is used to monitor and manage (and sometimes control) the local traffic signals, and the communications infrastructure needed to connect the local and central components.

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Operations Program Performance Measures Plan

 

Transportation System Management & Operations PM Plan

The goal for this plan is to create actionable performance measures which directly support the stewardship of Oregon’s transportation system by improving the efficiency of the transportation system; by optimizing operations and management, and actively managing transportation assets to extend their life and reduce maintenance costs.

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Operations

 

Operations Program Plan

This Operations Program plan could potentially address some of the challenges with management and operations strategies. In addition, the policy context and the business case presented in the plan strengthens the need to implement the Operations Program plan.

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Region 1

 

Region 1 Plan (coming soon)

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Region 2

 

Salem Keizer Plan

The Salem-Keizer Intelligent Transportation System (ITS) Plan was collectively developed by the Oregon Department of Transportation (ODOT), the City of Salem, the City of Keizer, Marion County, Polk County, the Mid Willamette Valley Council of Governments (MWVCOG), the Willamette Valley Communication Center (WVCC) and the Federal Highway Administration (FHWA). The outcome is a 20-year deployment plan of ITS projects, which includes advanced technologies and management techniques, aimed to improve the safety and efficiency of the transportation system and to improve the driving experience for travelers in the Salem-Keizer Metropolitan Area. This effort is consistent with plans put together in other regions statewide to ensure that ITS strategies used are integrated and complementary.

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Central Willamette Valley Plan

The Central Willamette Valley Intelligent Transportation System (ITS) Plan defines advanced technologies that support regional transportation initiatives such as promoting travel options, optimizing transportation system performance, and reducing the frequency and effects of incidents. The plan was developed collaboratively with a Steering Committee made up of key stakeholders from across the region.

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I-5 Optimization Plan

The I-5 Optimization Project identifies low cost, operational improvements to address safety and mobility over the next five years. The Interstate 5 (I-5) corridor between Salem and Albany experiences unreliable travel times, congestion, and delays caused primarily by non-recurring events. The ODOT internal project team evaluated strategies that could be implemented quickly with a relatively low cost to improve the corridor operations. Four system management strategies offer the greatest potential benefits and return on investment for the study corridor and are recommended for implementation: traffic surveillance, ramp metering, incident information signs, and variable speeds signs.

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Region 3

 

Rogue Valley ITS Plan

The Regional Intelligent Transportation System (ITS) Operations & Implementation Plan for the Rogue Valley Metropolitan Area was collectively developed by the Oregon Department of Transportation (ODOT), Jackson County, the City of Medford, the Rogue Valley Transportation District (RVTD), the Rogue Valley Council of Governments (RVCOG), the Rogue Valley Metropolitan Planning Organization (RVMPO), the Federal Highway Administration (FHWA), and Southern Oregon Regional Communications (SORC). The outcome of this plan is a 20-year deployment of ITS projects, which include advanced technologies and management techniques, aimed to improve the safety and efficiency of the transportation system. This effort is consistent with plans put together in other regions statewide to ensure that ITS strategies used are integrated and complementary.

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Region 4

 

Deschutes County Plan

ODOT has worked collaboratively with Deschutes County and the cities of Bend, Sisters, Redmond, and La Pine to implement technology solutions to improve safety and management of the transportation system. This ITS plan incorporates newly identified needs and operations in the county, embraces advanced technology, prepares for emerging technologies, and provides support for a more integrated, collaborative system of operations and management.

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Klamath County Plan

This ITS Plan focuses on improving the operations and safety for the Klamath County roadway network. The ITS Plan for Klamath County is a collaborative process between ODOT, Klamath County, City of Klamath Falls, and FHWA. It focuses on both the urban and rural areas, and offers ITS strategies to improve transportation throughout the county. The key goals of the Klamath County ITS plan are to improve the safety and efficiency of the transportation system, improve multi-modal traveler information, and to improve partnerships between agencies that operate the transportation network.

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Bend Plan (coming soon)

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Region 5

 

I-84 Plan (coming soon)

This project evaluated over 200 miles of I-84 and I-82 in eastern Oregon, between Boardman and Ontario, seeking to find transportation system management and operations (TSMO) solutions to improve safety and operations along the two interstate routes. The study area encompasses all of I-84 and I-82 in ODOT Region 5. The study area is mostly rural, with two-lanes of interstate in each direction and often over ten miles between interchanges.

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