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Project ID:FHWA-PROJ-13-0072
Project Name: Impacts Assessment of Dynamic Speed Harmonization with Queue Warning
Status: Active
Last Name:Krause
First Name:Cory
Office: Office of Operations Research and Development
Team:Trans Ops Concepts and Analysis Team
Project Description:Conduct impacts assessment of dynamic speed harmonization with queue warning.
Start Date: June 20, 2013
End Date: July 1, 2015
(1) Assess the impacts of a prototype of Dynamic Speed Harmonization with Queue Warning.
(2) Assess the impacts of the two applications when deployed at various levels of potential future market acceptance.
Test Methodology: Assessment
Expected Benefits:Assessment of Dynamic Mobility Application bundles.
Deliverables:1. Name: Plan Impacts Assessment
Product Type(s): Data, Software
Description: Prepare: (1) The assessment of impacts of a prototype of Dynamic Speed Harmonization with Queue Warning.(2) The assessment of potential impacts of the two applications.(3) The gathering of feedback from stakeholders participating in the small-scale demonstration.
2. Name: Conduct Impacts Assessment
Product Type(s): Research report, Data, Software
Description: Implement the Impacts Assessment Plan approved by the United States Department of Transportation.
3. Name: Support Related Mobility Program Activities
Product Type(s): Research report, Software, Data
Description: Impacts assessment contractor will coordinate with the prototype development contractor; the Analysis, Modeling, and Simulation Testbed contractor; and the national-level Dynamic Mobility Applications Program Evaluation contractor.
Keywords: Operations
Information Technology
Subject Areas: Data and Information Technology