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Innovative Approaches to Real-Time System Management Information
(May 21, 2014)

Presenter:   Nick Renna
Presenter's Org:   Federal Highway Administration (FHWA) Tennessee Division Office

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The slides in this presentation include a white map of the state of Tennessee, the words “Tennessee Division Office,” the U.S. DOT logo, and a header background image of a windy road through lush mountains which is labeled “Skyscape over Autumn Colors on the Cherohala Skyway.”

Slide 1:  Innovative Approaches to Real-Time System Management Information

Nick Renna
Operations Program Manager
FHWA Tennessee Division Office
May 21, 2014

[This slide contains a photograph of Kevin North.]

Slide 2:  Background

[The slide contains a map of Tennessee marked and labeled with Interstate routes.]

Slide 3:  Background

Slide 4:  Dissemination in TN

“SmartWay” brand

http://www.tdot.state.tn.us/tdotsmartway/

Slide 5:  How do we get data?

Slide 6:  Where we get the data

Slide 7:  Where we get the data

Slide 8:  Where we get accuracy

Slide 9:  Focus areas from the review

Slide 10:  Regional and Statewide ITS Architecture

Slide 11:  Regional and Statewide ITS Architecture

[This slide contains a graphic that represents the flow of information for the ATMS06-Traffic Information Dissemination system of the Regional and Statewide ITS Architecture. The flow of information starts with transit operations personnel, media, maintenance and construction management, transit management, and emergency management to/from Traffic Management to/from the Information Service Provider (ISP), border inspection systems, basic vehicle, driver, and roadway. Highlighted in yellow are these elements: Traffic Operations Personnel, Media, Border Inspection Services, Basic Vehicle, Driver, and Other Roadway.]

Slide 12:  Regional and Statewide ITS Architecture

[This slide contains a graphic that demonstrates the flow of information for the ATIS01 Broadcast Traveler Information system of the Regional and Statewide ITS Architecture. The flow of information starts with transit management, traffic management, maintenance and construction management, emergency management, parking management, and surface transportation weather service, and weather service to/from the Information Service Provider (ISP) to/from the vehicle, personal information access, and remote traveler support, media, and other ISP. Highlighted in yellow are these elements: Surface Transportation Weather Service, Weather Service, Media, and Other ISP.]

Slide 13:  Regional and Statewide ITS Architecture

Key standards:

Slide 14:  Thoughts on funding

Slide 15:  Thoughts on funding

Slide 16:  Thank you very much!

Nick Renna
Operations Program Manager
FHWA Tennessee Division Office
(615) 781-5769
nicholas.renna@dot.gov

Slide 17:  Poll Question #5

What additional help can FHWA provide to assist states in complying with the 1201 regulation?