Deployment Guidance for TSM&O Strategies

TRB / SHRP2 Program

Overview

The purpose of this synthesis report is to provide guidance to practitioners for short-term deployment planning. The authors interviewed agencies to identify deployment approaches and classified those approaches based on decisions made regarding where, when, and what TSM&O strategies were deployed. The authors developed a set of recommendations for a formalized and structured approach to short-term deployment planning. Both technical and institutional issues are addressed by the syntheses.

Source Organization Location

Washington, DC


Operations Area of Practice

  • Active Traffic Management (ATM)
  • Corridor and Arterial Traffic Management
  • Freeway Management
  • Pricing / Toll Roads
  • Roadway Geometric Design
  • Real Time Traveler Information
  • Emergency Transportation Operations
  • Road Weather Management
  • Traffic Incident Management
  • Work Zone Management
  • Freight Management

Organizational Capability Element

  • Programming/Budget/Funding
  • Active Traffic Management/Travel Demand Management/Pricing
  • Arterial Traffic Control Device Operations
  • Emergency Transportation Operations
  • Freeway Operations
  • Freight Management Operations
  • Integrated Corridor Management
  • Road Weather Management
  • Roadway Geometric Design
  • Traffic Incident Management
  • Traveler Information
  • Work Zone Management

Content Type

  • Research

Role in Organization

  • Director / Program Manager
  • Engineer
  • Manager / First Line Supervisor
  • Principal Engineer
  • Senior Engineer
  • Senior Manager

Publishing Organization

  • SHRP2 Program

Maturity Level of Program

  • Assessment (L1)
  • Deployment (L3)
  • Development (L2)
  • Monitoring (L4)

Objective

  • Available Tools
  • How-To
  • Learning

Document Downloads

Prime Contractor
Kittelson & Associates, Inc. and Cambridge Systematics, Inc.
Author
John D. Zegeer, Brandon Nevers, Rich Margiotta, and Daniel Krechner
Issue Date
December 31st, 2014
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