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viii LIST OF TABLES Table 1. Work Zone ITS Deployments ............................................................................................ 2 Table 2. Data Needs for the Five Performance Measures ............................................................... 6 Table 3. Diversion Rates for Before Construction and During Construction ................................ 11 Table 4. Cross-Reference Table of AM Alternative Route Usage and DMS Influence ................ 14 Table A1. Format for Presenting Reviews of Articles in Literature .............................................. 25 Table A2. Zwahlen and Russ (2002) Summary ............................................................................. 26 Table A3. Bushman and Berthelot (2005) Summary ..................................................................... 26 Table A4. Horowitz and Notbohm (2003) Summary .................................................................... 27 Table A5. McCoy (2000a) Summary ............................................................................................. 28 Table A6. McCoy (2000b) Summary ............................................................................................ 29 Table A7. Pesti et al. (2002) Summary .......................................................................................... 30 Table A8. Horowitz et al. (2003) Summary .................................................................................. 30 Table A9. Notbohm et al. (2001) Summary .................................................................................. 31 Table A10. Tudor et al. (2003) Summary ...................................................................................... 32 Table A11. Chu et al. (2005) Summary ......................................................................................... 33 Table A12. Federal Highway Administration (2008) Summary ................................................... 34 Table A13. Benekohal, Avrenli, and Ramezani (2009) Summary ................................................ 36 Table A14. Chan (2009) Summary ................................................................................................ 37 Table A15. Jackson (2010) Summary ............................................................................................ 38 Table A16. Edara et al. (2011) Summary ...................................................................................... 38 Table A17. Fontaine and Edara (2007) Summary ......................................................................... 39 Table A18. Garber and Ehrhart (2000) Summary ......................................................................... 40 Table A19. Sun et al. (2011) Summary ......................................................................................... 40 Table A20. Brydia, Poe, Voigt, and Ullman (2013) Summary ...................................................... 41 Table A21. Huang and Bai (2013) Summary ................................................................................ 42 Table A22. McCanna (2013) Summary ......................................................................................... 43 Table A23. Davis and Labrum (2013) Summary ........................................................................... 43 Table A24. King et al. (2004) Summary ........................................................................................ 44 Table A25. Federal Highway Administration (2002) Summary ................................................... 45 Table A26. Bushman and Berthelot (2004) Summary ................................................................... 46 Table A27. McCoy and Pesti (2002) Summary ............................................................................. 47 Table A28. Maze, Kamyab, and Schrock (2000) Summary .......................................................... 48 Table A29. Lyles, Taylor, and Grossklaus (2004) Summary ........................................................ 49 Table A30. Bushman, Berthelot, Taylor, and Scriba (2007) Summary ......................................... 50 Table A31. Ford et al. (2011) Summary ........................................................................................ 51 Table A32. Bushman and Berthelot (2004) Summary ................................................................... 52 Table A33. Averaged Results from Literature Review ................................................................. 52
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ix ACKNOWLEDGMENTS This research was conducted under the Midwest Smart Work Zone Deployment Initiative (SWZDI) and Federal Highway Administration (FHWA) Pooled Fund Study TPF-5(081), involving the following state departments of transportation: Iowa (lead state) Kansas Missouri Nebraska Wisconsin The authors would like to thank the FHWA, the Iowa Department of Transportation (DOT), and the other pooled fund state partners for their financial support and technical assistance. The authors are thankful for the assistance provided by Missouri DOT staff Dan Smith, Jon Nelson, Linda Wilson, Tom Blair, and Ryan Pierce, and Noah Jenkin and Pete Krikelis of ASTI for assisting with the I-44 data. The authors wish to acknowledge the contributions of University of Missouri research assistants Tyler Horn, Igor Caus, Dallas Crain, Tim Cope, and Sawyer Breslow. Thanks are also due to Tracy Scriba with the FHWA for serving on the technical advisory committee of the project and reviewing the draft report.
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xi EXECUTIVE SUMMARY Intelligent Transportation Systems (ITS) are being increasingly deployed in work zones to improve traffic operations and safety. Also known as Smart Work Zone Systems, these deployments provide real-time information to travelers, monitor traffic conditions, and manage incidents. Despite numerous ITS deployments in work zones, a framework for evaluating the
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