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Concept of Operations for the I-15 Corridor in San Diego, California

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Useful to Transportation infrastructure engineers, managers and operators interested to optimize their multimodal transportation networks through ICM.
Abstract This Concept of Operations (Con Ops) document provides an overview of the San Diego region's Integrated Corridor Management System (ICMS) concept, describes current operations in the I-15 corridor, how they will function in the near term once the ICMS concept is operational, and identifies current and future responsibilities of San Diego regional stakeholders. The 21-mile I-15 corridor, including a Managed Lanes section, is already a model for the multi-modal deployment of the latest and evolving technologies for data collection, demand management, and pricing strategies. The San Diego region continues to seek the benefits of Intelligent Transportation Systems (ITS) through capital investments in transit, highway, and arterial systems, while focusing on data sharing through early adoption of the Regional ITS Architecture.
How to Use Transportation professionals in the field seeking to implement ICM can use this document as a guide to develop their own concept of operation for ICM. Concept exploration is the first step in the ICM lifecycle.
Date of Publication 3/08
Publication Agency USDOT
POC Brian Cronin
RITA
202-366-8841
brian.cronin@dot.gov

Dale Thompson
FHWA
202-493-3420
dale.thompson@dot.gov

Steven Mortensen
FTA
202-493-0459
steven.mortensen@dot.gov
Number of Pages 204

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