This service package utilizes connected vehicle technologies, including vehicle–to–infrastructure (V2I) and vehicle–to–vehicle (V2V) communications, to enable vehicles within the queue event to automatically broadcast their queued status information (e.g., rapid deceleration, disabled status, lane location) to nearby upstream vehicles and to centers (such as the TMC). The infrastructure will broadcast queue warnings to vehicles in order to minimize or prevent rear–end or other secondary collisions. This service package is not intended to operate as a crash avoidance system. In contrast to such systems, this service package will engage well in advance of any potential crash situation, providing messages and information to the driver in order to minimize the likelihood of his needing to take crash avoidance or mitigation actions later. It performs two essential tasks: queue determination (detection and/or prediction) and queue information dissemination using vehicle–based, infrastructure–based, or hybrid solutions.
|Local Roadway Devices|
|North Texas Tollway Authority Roadway Devices|
|DFW International Airport Roadway Devices|
|TxDOT – Dallas District Roadway Devices|
|TxDOT – Fort Worth District Roadway Devices|
|LBJ Express Roadway Devices|