NOCoE Case Studies

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.

NJDOT Data Driven Approach To Traffic Signal Upgrades

In This Case Study You Will Learn The New Jersey Department of Transportation (NJDOT) maintains and operates more than 2,500 signalized intersections. NJDOT’s Transportation Mobility Division identified the need to develop a tool to both manage signals maintenance and their lifecycle. Development... Learn More

Performance Based Needs Based Maintenance Budget

In this Case Study You Will Learn: A needs based budget (NBB) system has been applied internally to all of Arizona DOT Visual performance measures allow ADOT to make data-driven decisions based on the most recent data available. The NBB process specifically aligns with Arizona’s Lean Management... Learn More

Response to Multiple Vehicle Crash Using Traffic Management Center in Downtown Denver

In This Case Study You Will Learn: Recent adoption of TSMO philosophies allow Denver TMC to be able to actively monitor and manage the impacts of the crash and Interstate closure. Improvement included information dissemination and increased situational awareness The Denver TMC was able to reduce... Learn More

Maintenance Staff Training: Increasing Internal TSMO Knowledge

IN THIS CASE STUDY YOU WILL LEARN: I ncorporating maintenance into the TSMO Division was a major aspect of the TSMO program development in Arizona. High turnover and lack of cross training were the two major issues challenging maintenance units. The Signal, Lighting, and Technical Electrical (SLATE... Learn More

Traffic Incident Management from Good to Great

IN THIS CASE STUDY YOU WILL LEARN Florida was among the first states in the nation where integration of state police computer-aided dispatch (CAD) and RTMC software occurred, which continues to this day. FDOT’s safety service patrol program, known as the Road Rangers, patrols more than 1,500... Learn More

Coordinated Highway Assistance and Maintenance Program (CHAMP)

IN THIS CASE STUDY YOU WILL LEARN: Georgia DOT leverage longstanding collaborations, partnerships, and resources to develop and operate CHAMP. The communications team in Georgia was an essential part of the rollout, both internally and externally. CHAMP now has 51 vehicles equipped with push... Learn More

US - 23 Flex Route Project

IN THIS CASE STUDY YOU WILL LEARN: MDOT developed specialized training for Flex Route Operators as well as eleven Quick Reference Guides. Along with the Flex Route system, MDOT incorporated other safety innovations and multi-modal opportunities into the project. The Flex Route improved system... Learn More

Tennessee Advanced Traffic Incident Management Training

IN THIS CASE STUDY YOU WILL LEARN: 1. Trainers in Tennessee delivered the basic traffic incident management course to more than 113,000 emergency responders from 2013 to July 2015. 2. The Tennessee Department of Transportation (TDOT) and Tennessee Highway Patrol set out to create an advanced course... Learn More

Super Bowl XLVIII: Touchdown for TSMO

IN THIS CASE STUDY YOU WILL LEARN: 1. This was the first “mass transit” Super Bowl with very few parking spots and no tailgating or drop-offs allowed. 2. That with NJDOT and NJSP as co-leaders, a core team of stakeholders including police, consultants, the Super Bowl host committee and partner... Learn More

Innovative and Unique Features of the Regional System Management and Operations

IN THIS CASE STUDY YOU WILL LEARN: 1. By 2030, the MAG regions’ roadways will grow by 35%. 2. How the plan identified priority arterial corridors as regionally significant based on a data-driven assessment using safety, reliability, and vehicle-miles-traveled as criteria. 3. The operations plan... Learn More