Intelligent Transportation Systems (ITS)
Bay Area ITS Architecture
The San Francisco Bay Area Regional Intelligent Transportation Systems (ITS) Plan, sponsored by MTC, is a roadmap for transportation systems integration in the Bay Area over the next 10 years. The plan provides methods to make the most out of technological advances by developing a strategy for deployment and a framework, or architecture, for linking the region's transportation systems.
MTC completed the most recent Bay Area ITS Architecture in 2011. The 2011 architecture reflects the changes in the past four years to projects and stakeholders in the Bay Area such as to address Express Lane and technology-supported parking projects. The 2011 Bay Area ITS Architecture is viewable at the project web site.
The architecture is an important tool used by:
This regional ITS architecture has a time horizon with a particular focus on those systems and interfaces that are likely to be implemented in the next ten years. The architecture covers the broad spectrum of Intelligent Transportation Systems, including Traffic Management, Transit Management, Traveler Information, Emergency Management, and Emergency/Incident Management over this time horizon.
For more information about MTC's Intelligent Transportation Systems Regional Architecture, contact Pierce Gould, 510.817.5863, email@example.com.
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