Service Packages

One of the first steps in developing an architecture is to identify the transportation services that are important to the Region. The following table lists each service package and its applicability to the Region. More information about each service package can be obtained by selecting the service package in the table below.

Service PackageService Package NameStatus
AD2ITS Data WarehousePlanned
APTS01Transit Vehicle TrackingPlanned
APTS02Transit Fixed-Route OperationsPlanned
APTS03Demand Response Transit OperationsExisting
APTS04Transit Fare Collection ManagementPlanned
APTS05Transit SecurityExisting
APTS06Transit Fleet ManagementPlanned
APTS10Transit Passenger CountingPlanned
ATIS01Broadcast Traveler InformationExisting
ATIS02Interactive Traveler InformationExisting
ATMS01Network SurveillanceExisting
ATMS03Traffic Signal ControlExisting
ATMS04Traffic MeteringPlanned
ATMS06Traffic Information DisseminationExisting
ATMS08Traffic Incident Management SystemExisting
ATMS19Speed Warning and EnforcementPlanned
ATMS22Variable Speed LimitsPlanned
ATMS26Mixed Use Warning SystemsExisting
AVSS05Intersection Safety WarningPlanned
CVO03Electronic ClearancePlanned
CVO04CV Administrative ProcessesPlanned
CVO05International Border Electronic ClearancePlanned
CVO07Roadside CVO SafetyPlanned
EM01Emergency Call-Taking and DispatchExisting
EM05Transportation Infrastructure ProtectionPlanned
EM06Wide-Area AlertExisting
EM08Disaster Response and RecoveryExisting
EM09Evacuation and Reentry ManagementExisting
EM10Disaster Traveler InformationExisting
MC01Maintenance and Construction Vehicle and Equipment TrackingExisting
MC02Maintenance and Construction Vehicle MaintenancePlanned
MC03Road Weather Data CollectionExisting
MC04Weather Information Processing and DistributionExisting
MC05Roadway Automated TreatmentExisting
MC06Winter MaintenanceExisting
MC08Work Zone ManagementExisting
MC10Maintenance and Construction Activity CoordinationPlanned
MC11Environmental Probe SurveillancePlanned