Market Report: State DOT ITS Trends
Published: December 2013
The 2014 Market Report provides intelligent transportation data, trends and state and local spending projections for the next 18-36 months.
For this report, ITS America and the Governing Institute assessed current and projected ITS spending by state departments of transportation. Analysis was conducted across the 50 states and the District of Columbia.
- 54% of survey respondents said their department has developed a regional or agency-specific ITS architecture.
- 63% of state governments have an ITS strategy in place.
- 71% of survey respondents that have a state ITS plan said their agency implemented ITS to reduce congestion and traffic delays.
Growth of high-speed networks. The proliferation of mobile devices. Advances in sensors, video and analytics. These trends are creating a dynamic and growing market for intelligent transportation systems (ITS).
Nationwide, transportation officials are writing strategic plans with ITS in mind as they prepare for population growth, emergencies, extreme weather and the upgrade and maintenance of aging roads, bridges and highways.
At a time when efficiency and transparency are driving budget investment, ITS solutions are strategically positioned to offer cost savings by helping state and local governments improve transportation systems, parking facilities and fleet operations and by improving the safety of our nation's transportation infrastructure system and the resiliency of our emergency response network.
Public safety is another factor driving ITS adoption. Recently, ITS systems played a major role in the Boston Marathon bombing investigation. These systems also improve emergency response in severe weather disasters, strengthen safety on public transportation, and make our roads and bridges safer.
This market report will tell you:
- What value state and local decision makers place on ITS and what they see as the long-term outlook for ITS solutions
- What functions or capabilities they hope to develop as part of their ITS capabilities, what their priorities are and what objectives and goals are driving spending decisions
- The report includes links to transportation budgets for all 50 states.
This report is delivered immediately to you electronically in a PowerPoint format making it easy to download and share. The cost is $2500.
To order and receive your report today visit www.governing.com/SmartTransportation.