lec21 - AN INTRODUCTION TO INTELLIGENT TRANSPORTATION...

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AN INTRODUCTION TO INTELLIGENT TRANSPORTATION SYSTEMS 1.212 SPRING 2005 Professor Joseph M. Sussman Mon/Wed 2:30-4:00 LECTURE 21 REGIONAL OPERATIONS PLANNING AND ARCHITECTURE (ROPA) April 27, 2005 SPEAKER : Joseph M. Sussman MIT
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ITS Regional Architecture ± There are technological aspects - The Sausage Diagram ± There are organizational architectures as well. Composed of: ± Organizations (formal and informal) ± Flows among organizations of ± Roles ± Responsibilities ± Information ± Control (e.g. Hierarchy) ± Resourses ± “Code” ± Laws ± Regulations ± Norms of Behavior
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REGIONAL ARCHITECTURE An institutional analysis ± Stage one: Identifying the organizations ± Stage Two: Characterizing the organizations ± Geographic scale ± Temporal scale -- planning, horizon ± Accountability structure ± Management philosophy ± Land use ± Operations ± Infrastructure ± Stage Three: Characterizing the linkages ± Hierarchy ± Information flows ± Stage Four: Prescribing new institutional needs based on goals and objectives -- Sussman
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“Regional Concepts of Operations for Transportation System Management and Operations”, [Craig Roberts], February 2003.
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A KEY DIFFERENCE ± Transportation Planning vs. ± Planning for Operations -- [Roberts] vs. ± Operations [Sussman]
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Transportation Planning Lines on Maps”, etc. Regional Operations Architecture Planning for Operations Operations Regional Planning Architecture
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± ConOps can address ± Incident management ± Emergency management ± ATIS ± Weather issues ± Special events ± Electronic payment system ± Tolls ± Transit fares ± Parking ± Establishing Performance Measures/Performance Standards ± How is information ± Obtained ± Managed/Processed ± Shared ± Distributed -- [Roberts]
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