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ICM Overview Presentation This graphical presentation summarizes the USDOT's ICM Initiative, including the 4 Phases. Transportation practitioners can use this presentation to inform partners and stakeholders as well as their management about ICM Transportation professionals at all levels (Federal, State and local) 3/07
San Diego I-15 Integrated Corridor Management Project Presentation at the Multimodal Integrated Corridor Management Workshop This presentation, from the December 2007 Multimodal Integrated Corridor Management (ICM) Workshop in Los Angeles, California, discussed various aspects of the San Diego ICM Pioneer Site. The focus of the presentation was on presenting the vision for the I-15 corridor, why the San Diego Association of Governments (SANDAG) selected the I-15 corridor for their ICM project, and the needs of users who travel the corridor daily. The presentation lists several opportunities/benefits that SANDAG expects to gain from implementing ICM along the I-15 corridor, including the implementation of multimodal and smart growth principles, improvement of safety throughout the corridor, increased traveler information mechanisms, institutional partnerships, and networked transportation systems, both during normal and incident conditions. This presentation can be used as a starting reference regarding the San Diego ICM Pioneer Site in. It provides an overview of the goals and benefits that are expected as a result of implementing ICM concepts along the I-15 corridor. Transportation practitioners interested in learning more about the San Diego ICM Pioneer Site 12/07
Integrated Corridor Management Presentation from TexITE Fort Worth Section Workshop 2008 The presentation provided a detailed look at the US-75 Dallas, Texas Pioneer Site. Topics covered included, a look at the partner agencies for the project, how Dallas is looking to implement integrated corridor management (ICM) specifically, and why ICM is needed in Dallas along this corridor. The presentation also showcases a set of slides related to corridor strengths, weaknesses, proposed improvements, and how all of these aspects play into the development of the Integrated Corridor Management System (ICMS) in Dallas. Lastly, the presentation provides detailed information regarding Dallas’ Analysis, Modeling, and Simulation (AMS) tools used predict how the corridor would react to the implementation of ICM concepts, including an introduction to the tools used (DynaSMART-P, DIRECT, VISSIM, and NCTCOG models). Users can view this presentation to see an overview of the US-75 Pioneer Site in Dallas, TX and learn, in detail, about the modeling tools used in support of Dallas’ AMS activities. Transportation practitioners interested in gaining a detailed look at the Dallas ICM Pioneer Site, its proposed ICMS, and the AMS tools used to predict the behavior of the system using ICM strategies. 3/08