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This California ITS Deployment Initiatives report contributes answers to that need by providing a planning process to identify the common goals and priorities and by recommending policies and actions that will best empower California's regions in implementing ITS services to meet their citizen's needs within their jurisdictions and beyond. Stakeholders all over California came together through review of project deliverables, workshops, and web site information access to achieve this common understanding and the result is a pathway for the future. Feb 2000

This document describes ITS projects, tests, and studies initiated through September 30, 1997, that have been partially or totally financed from Federal ITS funds. However, the completed projects sections, which are located at the end of each chapter, include projects that were actually finished as of September 30, 1997, plus those projects to be completed by the end of December 1997. The purpose of this report is not to account for all Federal funds made available for ITS activities, but rather to describe all major projects, tests, and studies for each ITS program area. 1998

This document describes ITS projects, tests, and studies initiated through September 30, 1998 that have been partially or totally financed from Federal ITS funds. However, the completed projects sections, which are located at the end of each chapter, include projects that were actually finished as of September 30, 1998, plus those projects to be completed by the end of December 1998. The purpose of this report is not to account for all Federal funds made available for ITS activities, but rather to describe all major projects, tests, and studies for each ITS program area. 1999

This document describes ITS projects, tests, and studies initiated through September 30, 1999 that have been partially or totally financed from Federal ITS funds. However, the completed projects sections, which are located at the end of each chapter, include projects that were actually finished as of September 30, 1999, plus those projects to be completed by the end of December 1999. The purpose of this report is not to account for all Federal funds made available for ITS activities, but rather to describe all major projects, tests, and studies for each ITS program area. 2000

This document describes ITS projects, tests, and studies initiated through September 30, 2000 that have been partially or totally financed from Federal ITS funds. However, the completed projects sections, which are located at the end of each chapter, include projects that were actually finished as of September 30, 2000, plus those projects to be completed by the end of December 2000. The purpose of this report is not to account for all Federal funds made available for ITS activities, but rather to describe all major projects, tests, and studies for each ITS program area. 2001

This report seeks to encourage a positive view of intelligent transportation systems: That ITS technologies, selectively applied, can provide sustainable solutions for transportation problems in metropolitan areas, towns and rural communities. Many communities already are using these applications to contribute to a vision for this report: clear thoroughfares, few wasted trips, safe travel, more options and healthy neighborhoods. 1998

This three-part document provides sufficient background in the deployment tracking methodology for metropolitan transportation officials to use it in planning and monitoring ITS deployment. Jan 1999

How does the final Rule/Policy affect the planning and operations of regional transportation systems? How does it affect transportation practitioners who are planning or implementing ITS systems? This pamphlet addresses these questions by presenting guidance and information on the following subjects: A. The reason for the Rule/Policy; B. The relationship of the National ITS Architecture to regional ITS architectures; C. New requirements and the use of systems engineering; D. The relationship of the regional ITS architecture to ITS standards; E. Tools for the ITS practitioner — training and technical assistance. 2001

This document is a guide for transportation professionals who are involved in the development, use, or maintenance of regional ITS architectures. The document describes a process for creating a regional ITS architecture with supporting examples of each architecture product. In its discussion of the uses of the regional ITS architecture, the document presents an approach for mainstreaming ITS into the transportation planning and project development processes. Oct 2001
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