JAWS started with a simple idea: take a standard equipped Emergency Response (ER) truck and retool it to have an automated dropdown skid-plate that can “scoop” debris off the roadway and onto the shoulder where it can then be removed in a safe manner. This quickly removes the debris and eliminates... Learn More
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.
In This Case Study You Will Learn: Downsides to traditional maintenance contracts include minimal control over workflow and difficulty incorporating unplanned work. In Job Order Contracting, a Construction Task Catalog (CTC) is developed that is comprised of individual tasks, which include... Learn More
In this Case Study You will Learn Michigan’s strategy to address wrong way driving stems from a series of field reviews and event data. MDOT partnered with Michigan State Polic to create a public information video on wrong way drivers. Active warning systems were installed at areas determined to be... Learn More
In this Case Study You Will Learn: Crash documentation has developed from measuring tape and camera to 3D imaging to significantly benefit the collisions reconstruction process. UAS mounted 3D scanners significantly reduce the time to reconstruct a crash. Increase efficiency allows for more rapid... Learn More
In This Case Study You Will Learn The St. Louis Advanced Traffic Management System (ATMS) helps first responders and affected motorists deal with greatly varying incident situations. An Arterial Management Interface (AMI), was developed to give to quickly determine what appropriate signal changes... Learn More
In this Case Study You Will Learn: SEMTOC was born out of the interagency collaboration activities required to manage special events. SEMTOC hosts an after-action review meeting after each Multi-agency Command Center use, which includes the multi-agency partners and event stakeholders... Learn More
In This Case Study You Will Learn The Strategic Plan identified four regional goals; Regional Coordination, Sustainability, Performance Measurement and Management and Planning for the Future. The TRANSCOM Operations Information Center (OIC) works to employ the TSMO solutions identified as a part of... Learn More
IN THIS CASE STUDY YOU WILL LEARN: An automated warning system alerts truck drivers of critical situations with relevant warning signals and alert messages A traffic operations center (TOC) is able to verify a truck rollover by using one of the NJDOT’s traffic surveillance cameras and thus... Learn More
In This Case Study You Will Learn North Carolina utilized statewide probe-based travel time data to inform signal retiming process. The guiding principle for the revised prioritization framework and tool was tying metrics to actionable items. The web-based prioritization tool incorporates travel... Learn More
In This Case Study You Will Learn Th e primary services provided by IMAP drivers include the detection of incidents, removal of vehicles and debris from travel lanes, deployment of emergency traffic control, and assistance of stranded motorists. The certification program currently certifies all... Learn More