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  • The Methodology Of Calculating Origination-Destination Flow Of Bus Stops

    This thesis introduce a methodology for calculating OD flow of bus stops
    based on the data of intelligent card of public transit. First, the date for deducing OD
    flow of bus stops and the process of data preparing are expatiated, then analyzing
    the characteristics of intelligent card of Beijing public transit, with the data and
    characteristics all the possible interchange route-pairs, interchange stops and
    interchange directions can be estimated. Identifying number of transfers for each
    route-pairs, based on the data of intelligent card. Finally, the methodology of
    calculating the OD flow of bus stops of the whole Beijing is introduced.

    Beijing Transport Research Center

    MVA Transportation Consultant Corporation, LTD


    Presented at the 15th World Congress on Intelligent Transport Systems, November 16-20, 2008, New York, New York

  • Working Smarter – An Information Strategy For Realtime Traffic Operations

    This paper summarises some of the achievements of information strategy work currently
    conducted in the Directorate of Traffic Operations (DTO) of Transport for London (TfL),
    United Kingdom. In particular the paper highlights a comprehensive system and data
    audit, an intelligence requirement capture exercise, and a network analysis methodology.

    London Traffic Analysis Unit (LTAU)


    Presented at the 15th World Congress on Intelligent Transport Systems, November 16-20, 2008, New York, New York

  • A Multi-State Corridor - Comprehensive Traveler Information System

    The North/West Passage Program is a collaboration of eight adjacent Northern states
    along the I-90/I-94 corridor from Seattle, Washington to Milwaukee, Wisconsin.
    These states share a long term vision that travelers will one day receive information
    about weather, road construction, and major incident event summaries for the entire
    corridor without the need to check individual state reports. A number of ITS
    standards exist for data and information exchange, however the standards allow for
    many optional phrases when describing events or conditions. This paper presents an
    effort to develop a set of corridor-wide consistent event descriptions that can be used
    by each North/West Passage state to describe major events, and ultimately support a
    very effective exchange of event descriptions.

    Idaho Transportation Department

    Minnesota Department of Transportation

    Athey Creek Consultants


    Presented at the 15th World Congress on Intelligent Transport Systems, November 16-20, 2008, New York, New York

  • Phase I Of Smart Park – Real Time Information On Truck Parking

    The Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration (FMCSA) is carrying out a two-phase
    project called SmartPark to demonstrate commercial technologies for conveying
    information about parking availability in real-time to truck drivers on the road 24 hours
    per day, seven days per week. During Phase I, two technologies (i.e., video imaging and
    magnetic sensor) will be field tested for their capability to collect data to determine
    whether a truck parking area is full. One of the two technologies will be continued for
    Phase II, which will be demonstrating how information on parking availability can be
    disseminated in real time and used in real time to divert truckers on the road from areas
    that are full to areas that have space. This is the first deployment of Intelligent
    Transportation Systems (ITS) for truck parking availability in the world.

    Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration


    Presented at the 15th World Congress on Intelligent Transport Systems, November 16-20, 2008, New York, New York

  • Gateway Cities Its Integration Plan For Goods Movement

    This paper will present the conclusions of the ITS Integration Plan developed for the Gateway Cities, which is
    comprised of 27 cities in southeast Los Angeles county and the Port of Long Beach. This Integration Plan is unique
    because it has a heavy emphasis on goods movement and the private sector as a critical partner in developing solutions
    that will be effective. The focus of the paper is on the importance of the private sector in public sector plans. The
    partnership of the public and private sector is critical to implementing and operating systems that benefit both the
    Goods Movement industry and the public sector.

    California Department of Transportation

    Kimley-Horn and Associates, Inc.

    Gateway Cities Council of Governments


    Presented at the 15th World Congress on Intelligent Transport Systems, November 16-20, 2008, New York, New York

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