NOCoE Case Studies capture the strategies and practices currently being deployed to advance the TSMO industry and enable TSMO practitioners to save lives, time, and money.
Case studies are developed in partnership with the authoring organization or individual to succinctly transfer knowledge for the effective use by others in the industry.
Many of the case studies come from TSMO Award Submissions. Please be sure to consider submitting your practices for upcoming awards.
Additional case studies focus on academic and industry collaboration models, the 2017 solar eclipse, and other TSMO practices being deployed throughout the country.
Traffic volumes are increasing as more people move to Arizona. Fatalities and crashes are trending higher. In some situations, speed differentials from non-recurring incidents, congestion, or work zones can cause crashes into the back-of-queue. The Arizona Department of Transportati
I-270 is a critical 30-mile interstate from I-70 in Frederick, MD to I-495 in Washington, DC, carrying over 200,000 vehicles per day in some segments. I-270 has been plagued by recurring and non-recurring congestion and delays for many years. In 2016, Maryland Department of Transpor
I-95 is a vital conduit for north-south travel for the eastern seaboard for people, goods, and freight. The heavy traffic demand on this corridor, particularly during vacation and holiday seasons, contributes to frequent traffic congestion and crashes.
Texas has ten urban areas ranked in the top 20% congested areas in the US. It is forecasted to grow from 30 million to 45 million people by 2040, further increasing vehicle-miles travelled and congestion. Meanwhile, Texas experiences more than 4,000 roadway fatalities annually. In r
The New Jersey Department of Transportation (NJDOT) recognized the significant safety, operations, and mobility benefits associated with Connected Vehicles (CV) technologies. NJDOT realized that the best way to implement a real-world TSMO solution, would be to create a complete CV test