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Concept of Operations for the IH-10 Corridor in San Antonio, TX

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Useful to Transportation infrastructure managers and operators interested to optimize their multimodal transportation networks through ICM.
Abstract This ICM Concept of Operations was developed under the project titled “TransGuide Integrated Corridor Management – Stage 1” as part of the USDOT’s Integrated Corridor Management program. The TransGuide™ ICM Concept of Operations document provides an overall vision and description of how ICM will be implemented in the San Antonio IH-10 corridor. San Antonio, Texas was selected as one of eight ICM pioneer sites for the development of Concepts of Operations, corridor data modeling, and development of functional requirements. This Concept of Operations document was developed in coordination with the San Antonio ICM team that includes the Texas Department of Transportation (TxDOT) San Antonio District as the lead agency. Additional stakeholders include the City of San Antonio (CoSA), VIA Metropolitan Transit (VIA), Southwest Research Institute ® (SwRI ®), and the Texas Transportation Institute (TTI). Section 1.0 provides the scope of the document. Section 2.0, Operational Concepts, first provides a background description of the stakeholders, corridor, individual transportation networks, and needs. In addition it provides and documents the vision of how ICM operations will occur within the corridor. Section 3.0, Supported Operations, describes a number of operational scenarios that provide working examples of how ICM operations will occur in specific circumstances. Notes are included in Section 4.0.
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 3/09
Publication Agency USDOT
POC Brian Cronin

Dale Thompson

Steven Mortensen

Robert Sheehan
Number of Pages 97