TxDOT - Fort Worth District Maintenance and Construction Vehicles

Status

Existing

Description

These are Maintenance and Construction Vehicle fleets operated by the Texas Department of Transportation – Fort Worth District Maintenance and Construction Management Center. AVL features are planned.

Stakeholders

StakeholderRoleRole Status
TxDOT – Fort Worth DistrictOwnsExisting

Physical Objects

Maint and Constr Vehicle OBE

Functional Objects

Functional ObjectDescriptionUser Defined
MCV Barrier System Control'MCV Barrier System Control' provides local control of automatic or remotely controlled gates and other barrier systems from a maintenance and construction vehicle. This allows maintenance and construction field personnel (e.g., snow plow operators) to open and close gates and other barrier systems without leaving the vehicle, using V2I Communications to control the barriers.False
MCV Roadway Maintenance and Construction'MCV Roadway Maintenance and Construction' includes the on–board systems that support routine non–winter maintenance on a roadway system or right–of–way. Routine maintenance includes landscape maintenance, hazard removal (roadway debris, dead animals), routine maintenance activities (roadway cleaning, grass cutting), and repair and maintenance of both ITS and non–ITS equipment on the roadway (e.g., signs, traffic controllers, traffic detectors, dynamic message signs, traffic signals, etc.).False
MCV Vehicle Location Tracking'MCV Vehicle Location Tracking' monitors vehicle location and reports the position and timestamp information to the dispatch center.False
MCV Vehicle Safety Monitoring'MCV Vehicle Safety Monitoring' detects vehicle intrusions in the vicinity of the vehicle and warns crew workers and drivers of imminent encroachment. Crew movements are also monitored so that the crew can be warned of movement beyond the designated safe zone. It can be used for stationary work zones or in mobile applications where a safe zone is maintained around the moving vehicle.False
MCV Work Zone Support'MCV Work Zone Support' provides communications and support for local management of a work zone. It supports communications between field personnel and the managing center to keep the center appraised of current work zone status. It controls vehicle–mounted driver information systems (e.g., dynamic message signs) and uses short range communications to monitor and control other fixed or portable driver information systems in the work zone.False

Interfaces To

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TxDOT – Fort Worth District Maintenance and Construction Management Center
TxDOT – Fort Worth District Roadway Devices