City of Arlington Roadway Devices
City of Arlington Roadside Devices are devices typically located along the roadway and are controlled by operators in the City of Arlington Traffic Management Center. These devices aid operators in the traffic management center with the monitoring and managing of Arlington traffic conditions. The field equipment that aids these operators include Traffic Signal Systems, DMS, portable systems, traffic detection, and CCTV Cameras.
|Roadway Basic Surveillance
|'Roadway Basic Surveillance' monitors traffic conditions using fixed equipment such as loop detectors and CCTV cameras.
|Roadway Environmental Monitoring
|'Roadway Environmental Monitoring' measures environmental conditions and communicates the collected information back to a center where it can be monitored and analyzed or to other field devices to support communications to vehicles. A broad array of weather and road surface information may be collected. Weather conditions that may be measured include temperature, wind, humidity, precipitation, and visibility. Surface and sub–surface sensors can measure road surface temperature, moisture, icing, salinity, and other metrics.
|Roadway Field Management Station Operation
|'Roadway Field Management Station Operation' supports direct communications between field management stations and the local field equipment under their control.
|Roadway Incident Detection
|'Roadway Incident Detection' provides incident detection using traffic detectors and surveillance equipment. It monitors for unusual traffic conditions that may indicate an incident or processes surveillance images, watching for potential incidents. It provides potential incident information as well as traffic flow and images to the center for processing and presentation to traffic operations personnel.
|Roadway Signal Control
|'Roadway Signal Control' includes the field elements that monitor and control signalized intersections. It includes the traffic signal controllers, detectors, conflict monitors, signal heads, and other ancillary equipment that supports traffic signal control. It also includes field masters, and equipment that supports communications with a central monitoring and/or control system, as applicable. The communications link supports upload and download of signal timings and other parameters and reporting of current intersection status. It represents the field equipment used in all levels of traffic signal control from basic actuated systems that operate on fixed timing plans through adaptive systems. It also supports all signalized intersection configurations, including those that accommodate pedestrians. In advanced, future implementations, environmental data may be monitored and used to support dilemma zone processing and other aspects of signal control that are sensitive to local environmental conditions.
|Roadway Signal Preemption
|'Roadway Signal Preemption' includes the field elements that receive signal preemption requests from emergency vehicles approaching a signalized intersection and overrides the current operation of the traffic signals to stop conflicting traffic and grant right–of–way to the approaching vehicle.
|Roadway Traffic Information Dissemination
|'Roadway Traffic Information Dissemination' includes field elements that provide information to drivers, including dynamic message signs and highway advisory radios.
|Roadway Work Zone Traffic Control
|'Roadway Work Zone Traffic Control' controls traffic in areas of the roadway where maintenance and construction activities are underway, monitoring and controlling traffic using field equipment such as CCTV cameras, dynamic messages signs, and gates/barriers. Work zone speeds and delays are provided to the motorist prior to the work zones.
|Dedicated Short–Range Communications Roadside Unit Specifications (FHWA–JPO–17–589)
|This document will specify the requirements for roadside units (RSU) to serve as a network edge device for 5.9GHz DSRC infrastructure.
|ITE ATC 5201
|Advanced Transportation Controller
|This standard defines the functionality and performance requirements for a modern ITS controller known as an ATC. It is similar to the NEMA TS–2 standard in that it defines basic capabilities but leaves hardware choices up to the manufacturer.
|ITE ATC 5202
|Model 2070 Controller Standard
|This standard specifies the hardware for a modern, open–architecture controller for ITS applications that can run Linux and is capable of executing advanced signal controller logic, among other things.
|ITE ATC 5301
|Intelligent Transportation System Standard Specification for Roadside Cabinets
|This standard specifies the characteristics of a modern controller cabinet for the ITS industry.
|ITE ATC 5401
|Application Programming Interface Standard for the Advanced Transportation Controller
|This standard defines the application programmers' interface (API) that should be supported by an ATC, which is an open–architecture controller that can host multiple ITS applications.
|NEMA TS 5
|Portable Traffic Signal Systems (PTSS) Standard
|This standard specifies traffic signaling equipment used to enable and expedite the safe movement of vehicle traffic and the performance of work zone activities.
|NEMA TS 8
|Cyber and Physical Security for Intelligent Transportation Systems
|This specification describes how agencies and other transportation infrastructure owner/operators should implement cyber– and physical–security for ITS.
|Traffic Controller Assemblies with NTCIP Requirements
|This specification covers traffic signaling equipment used to facilitate and expedite the safe movement of pedestrians and vehicular traffic.
|Hardware Standards for Dynamic Message Signs (DMS) With NTCIP Requirements
|This standard provides hardware specifications for safe, dependable, functional, and easily maintained Dynamic Message Sign (DMS) equipment.
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