SYSTEMS ENGINEERING REVIEW FORM (SERF)

(City of Calamity Signal Coordination)

This form needs to be filled out for all ITS projects.† For all High Risk (Major) ITS projects, this completed form needs to be submitted to FHWA for review and approval prior to PE authorization (Phase 1 PE authorization).†

 

For all High Risk (Major) ITS projects, a Systems Engineering Management Plan (SEMP), which includes the seven items below, must be submitted to FHWA for review and approval, prior to PE authorization for component detailed design (Phase 2 PE authorization).† Required FHWA approvals are limited to High Risk (Major) ITS projects.

 

For guidance in filling out the seven items below, see last part of this exhibit.

 

1.       Identification of portions of the Regional ITS Architecture being implemented:

City of Calamity Public Works is represented generically in the Regional Intelligent Transportation System Plan as Surface Street Control (ATMS3) market package. This package is described in the Appendix E of the regionís ITS Plan.

 

2.       Identification of participating agencies roles and responsibilities:

None.

City of Calamity will utilize the master system capabilities such as intersection displays, counts etc., and bring data back to the Central Computer System.

 

3.       Requirements definitions:

Caltrans Standard Plans, Specifications (2006) will be used for procurement/installation.

 

4.       Analysis of alternative system configurations and technology options to meet requirements:

N/A†

 

5.       Procurement options:

City will be purchasing this equipment from the vendor who has supplied compatible equipment for other locations to maintain compatibility of the coordinated system.

 

6.       Identification of applicable ITS standards and testing procedures:

The only architecture flow involved in this project is surface street control (ATMS3) market package (see Appendix E of regionís ITS Plan). This is addressed in NTCIP 1202. However, the new equipment must be compatible with existing system. The project will be NTCIP compliant using existing controllers by adding translator cards for NTCIP communication.

 

7.       Procedures and resources necessary for operations and management of the system:

Maintain existing 332 cabinet and C1 Connectors at Doomore/Island Drive. The replacement of existing 170 controllers with TYPE 90 Controllers is required to provide coordination along Island Drive, Doomore Drive, and Oats Drive.