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Kitchener, Fred (McFarland Management, LLC); Ali Ragan and Vince Garcia (Wyoming DOT); Murat Omay and Michael Waisley (Battelle)
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The U.S. DOT FHWA partnered with the Wyoming DOT (WYDOT) to develop a weather responsive traffic management (WRTM) application to improve the way WYDOT maintenance personnel report road weather data, recommend variable speed limit (VSL) changes, and report traffic incidents. The new application designed to work with tablet computers enabled maintenance staff to connect to Wyoming’s statewide communication system backbone called WyoLink.

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The U.S. DOT FHWA partnered with the Wyoming DOT (WYDOT) to develop a weather responsive traffic management (WRTM) application to improve the way WYDOT maintenance personnel report road weather data, recommend variable speed limit (VSL) changes, and report traffic incidents. The new application designed to operate on tablet computers enabled maintenance staff to connect to Wyoming’s statewide communication system backbone called WyoLink.

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Report No. FHWA-JPO-16-266
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65
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USDOT Federal Highway Administration
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1562
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Wyoming Department of Transportation (WYDOT) Road Condition Reporting Application for Weather Responsive Traffic Management: Final Report
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