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Transportation leadership you can trust. presented to Massachusetts Institute of Technology presented by Bill Giuffre and Brad Wright Cambridge Systematics, Inc. March 16, 2005 Introduction to ITS/CVO
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1 Discussion Topics The Impetus for ITS/CVO Projects State trends Federal perspective Overview of ITS for CVO User services Enabling technologies CVISN Overview What is CVISN? Costs/benefits Plans for “expanded” CVISN Industry trends
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2 Discussion Topics (continued) Project components Development process Current status System demonstration Q & A session CVISN Case Study – State of Connecticut
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3 The Impetus for ITS/CVO Projects
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4 Motor Carrier Passenger Landscape Motor Coach Industry $5 billion industry: 3,700 bus companies/40,000 buses 190,000 jobs provided 775 million passengers annually 90% are small operators (< 25 buses) School Bus Industry Travel 4 billion miles annually Source: Scheduled ($1.5b), Charter/Tour ($3.5b) Largest public fleet of vehicles in U.S. 500,000 school buses transport 25 million students daily Transportation Security Administration
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5 Motor Carrier Cargo Landscape 9.7 million workers including 3.3 million drivers 15.5 million trucks that operate in the U.S. 40,000 new motor carriers annually 42,000 HAZMAT trucks the movement of commodities Source: 1.2 million motor carriers in the U.S. 75% of U.S. communities depend solely on trucking for Transportation Security Administration
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Next 10 Years Will Bring Much Change From… From… To… To… National markets Global markets Manufacturing economy Service & information economy Inventory management Information management Modal fragmentation Cross-modal coordination System construction System optimization Economic deregulation Safety and security regulation Low visibility of freight Environmental accountability 6
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7 Anticipated Growth in Freight Traffic 0 5 10 15 20 25 30 1998 2010 2020 Freight Tons (billions) Domestic Import/Export Source: Federal Highway Administration, Freight Analysis Framework, 2002 forecast
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8 Freight Tonnage Forecasts by Mode 0 2 4 6 8 10 12 14 16 18 20 Tons (Billions) 1998 2010 2020 Truck Rail Water Air Other Source: Federal Highway Administration, Freight Analysis Framework, 2002 forecast
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9 Truck Vehicle Miles Traveled (VMT) 0 50 100 150 200 250 300 350 400 1980 1985 1990 1995 1999 2005 2010 2015 2020 Year ) Trucks includes both single-unit vehicles with 2-axles and 6 or more tires and combination vehicles. *Preliminary forecast generated for FHWA, Office of Policy, by WEFA, Inc. Forecast Truck VMT (billions
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10 Policy Issues Safety Security Productivity and efficiency Environmental accountability
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11 2.8 Per 100 Million Miles Of Truck Travel In 1996 To 1.65 FMCSA s Safety Goal 2.4 fatality rate 2.8 fatality rate ' 0 1 s safety goal is consistent with DOT s goal of 1.0 fatalities 2500 3000 3500 4000 4500 5000 5500 6000 '88 '90 '92 '94 '96 '98 '00 '02 '04 '06 '08 Reduce The Large-Truck Fatality Rate From In 2008 5,082 fatalities 5,142 fatalities 4,330 fatalities 1.65 fatality rate FMCSA per 100 million vehicle miles traveled in all crashes by 2008 Fatalities Projected Fatalities
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