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Dynamic Energetic Healing: Integrating Core Sha...

Over the last three decades, MDOT SHA's Coordinated Highways Action Response Team (CHART) program has served its core mission to improve "real-time" operations of Maryland's highway system through teamwork and technology. MDOT SHA has demonstrated its commitment to the CHART program by building the CHART Advanced Transportation Management System (ATMS), developing institutional arrangements and investing in the University of Maryland (UMD)-led Regional Integrated Transportation Information Systems (RITIS) platform. Moreover, there is a broader leadership commitment in advancing the mission of the agency through technology and innovations. Maryland is considered an industry leader when it comes to its Incident Management and Travel Advisory capabilities. The agency is committed to building functional and operational capacity with its CHART and signal system programs to advance Active Traffic Management (ATM) and Integrated Corridor Management (ICM) strategies. MDOT SHA realizes the importance of technology infrastructure deployments on the transportation network and the ATMS. And, with the recent advancements made in the Connected and Autonomous Vehicle (CAV) arena, associated Vehicle-to-Vehicle (V2V), V2I, and high-definition SPaT advancements, getting our technology infrastructure ready for current and upcoming operational protocols is critical. As described in the "Ongoing Efforts" section, MDOT SHA is developing the US 1 corridor from MD 32 to I-195 in Howard County as a location for newer/innovative technology readiness assessments, protocol development, deployment, and testing. There is also an MDOT SHA funded project underway on the I-95 corridor that proposes Active Traffic Management (ATM) solutions parallel to the proposed US 1 testbed with similar corridor limits. The I-95 Planning Study is specifically focused on developing solutions involving dynamic shoulder operations. Considering this as a foundation, the Maryland ATID project aims to build on MDOT SHA's ongoing/upcoming technology infrastructure deployment efforts. As described in the "Deployment Plan" section, the ATCMTD grant would enable MDOT SHA to broaden the scope of these initiatives along the I-95 and US 1 corridors, as well as critical intersecting roadways as a system to evaluate current and future TSM&O and CAV strategies. The Maryland ATID project also provides MDOT SHA with an opportunity to participate in the AASHTO SPaT Challenge.

Dynamic Energetic Healing: Integrating Core Sha...

Over the years, the CHART ATMS has leveraged a wide variety of technology resources for telecommunications network connectivity between the central servers and the field infrastructure. As described throughout this proposal, this project will enable Maryland to deploy a core, next- generation telecommunications network on the US 1 corridor, with the bandwidth and redundancy necessary to support back-haul of CAV DSRC data, video monitoring along arterials (which will be new to MDOT SHA) as well as more traditional adaptive traffic signal data, dynamic message sign control signals, etc. 041b061a72

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