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A SSIGNMENT 3 R EGIONAL O PERATION PLANNING AND ARCHITECTURE (ROPA) G ROUP P ROJECT S TAGE 1 G ETTING SMART ABOUT R EGIONAL O PERATIONS P LANNING AND A RCHITECTURE (ROPA) We will have three teams as shown below, on ROPA in three different regions. Mexico City Boston Seattle Attached is a general (non-region specific) reading resource list. Before you panic, everyone does not have to read everything (although I won’t object if you do). There are several readings that everyone does have to read, marked with “#”. So, meet in your groups and split up the readings equitably. Stage 1 involves you writing a group summary of the resource documents, due Friday, April 22. Nominal Scale - 10 pages of reading = 1/2 page of summary 1
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S TAGE O NE R EADINGS FOR G ROUP P ROJECT R EGIONAL O PERATIONS P LANNING AND A RCHITECTURE (ROPA) A PRIL 13, 2005 R EGIONAL A RCHITECTURE ** 1. Daniel Rodríguez and Joseph Sussman, “Framework for Developing a Regional System Architecture for Intelligent Transportation Systems”, Transportation Research Record 1588 , National Academy Press, Washington, DC, 1997. (9) * 2. Robert Parsons, “Issues in Developing and Implementing the National ITS Architecture”, Chapter 19 in Intelligent Transportation Primer , Institute of Transportation Engineers, Washington, DC, 2000. (18) # * 3. Joseph Sussman, “Regional ITS Architecture Consistency: What Should It Mean?”, Perspectives on Intelligent Transportation , Springer, 2005: 153-156. (4) ** 4. Ian Nuttall, “Smart Neighbors: When Information Sharing Is Better than Information Control”, ** 5. Joseph Sussman, “A Tale of Three Metropolitan Regions: Their Mobility Philosophies and ‘Regional Architectures’”, Interim Memo for the Mobility - ReS/SITE Research Group, Massachusetts Institute of Technology, Cambridge, MA, June 1999. (5) # ** 6. Christopher Conklin and Joseph Sussman, “Regional Architectures, Regional Strategic Transportation Planning and Organizational Strategies”, ITS America 2000 Annual Meeting, Boston, MA, May 2000. (17) 2 Traffic Technology International , Feb/Mar 1997.
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O PERATIONS /R EGIONS * 7. Joseph Sussman, “Transportation Operations: An Organizational and Institutional Perspective”, Perspectives on Intelligent Transportation , Springer, 2005: 21-74. (53) ** 8. Valerie Briggs, “Operations in a Regional Transportation Organization Environment”, ITE Journal , January 2001. (4) # * 9. Joseph Sussman, “ITS Deployment and the ‘Competitive Region’”, Perspectives on Intelligent Transportation , Springer, 2005: 83-86. (4) # * 10. “Regional Transportation Operations Collaboration and Coordination: A Primer for Working Together to Improve Transportation Safety, Reliability, and Security”, FHWA, U.S. DOT, Washington, DC. (38) I NSTITUTIONS /O RGANIZATIONS ** 11. Stephen C. Lockwood, “Systems Management and Operation: A Culture Shock”, ITE 2005. (13) * 12. Allan J. DeBlasio, “What Have We Learned About Cross-Cutting Institutional
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