310 Lecture 7 Notes
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310 Lecture 7 21 September 2016 New Stadium Task 1. Identify Stakeholders Stare DOT City department of Transportation City transit department/authority Vendors Fans University – students, staff, families, team Most important Stakeholder? University - owner Government - finding State – use of state highways How is DOT involved? Use of state highways to access stadium Include transit stake holders Yes, secondary routes Task 2. Current situation State DOT Freeway, TMC, Cameras, Message Signals, Vehicle detections City Traffic Signals Systems, Traffic Management, TMC, Cameras Transit Bus Stops University Sidewalks, Campus Infrastructure, Bike share, University transit University police, emergency staff Travelers Vehicles, Phones, Police Dept. 911 Call Center, Police vehicles City Parking Parking lots, moderators Task 3. Justification for Change Provide Traffic Condition information to Travelers Traffic conditions need to be provided to travelers so they are more aware of traffic conditions Monitor Transit Vehicles This will prevent traffic waits to the travelers Exchange traffic information State DOT and Transit management should receive the traffic monitoring information Task 4. Concepts for Proposed System Transit management system -> Transit vehicle -> Operator How do these different components connect with each other? ((Block Diagram shown in class lecture slides on professor website))
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