The capital cost to install a next generation transit signal priority system in the Portland area was estimated at $500,000.

Portland Metro's Transportation System Management and Operations (TSMO) strategies

Made Public Date
01/23/2015

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Portland
Oregon
United States
Identifier
2014-00335
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Summary Information

In the Portland metro area, regional partners created a vision for Transportation System Management and Operations (TSMO). Key stakeholders from across the region including public agency staff, transportation operations professionals, and private representatives of the traveling public, convened to develop a regional TSMO plan. Expenditures were identified for capital improvements and investments in maintaining system personnel and promoting services, as well as managing the overall operations for each functional area over a 10 year period from 2010 to 2020. The tables below show example of cost estimates for regional multimodal and transportation demand management projects in the Portland metro area.

Multimodal Traffic Management Projects
 

Project
Time Frame
Capital Cost
Annual O&M Cost
Operate and maintain the regional intelligent transportation system (ITS) network
Ongoing
$0
$100K
Develop an active traffic management regional concept of transportation operations (RCTO)
1-5 years
$350K
$0
Create a transit priority treatment performance measurement system
1-5 years
$200K
$200K
Enhance the regional traffic signal system
1-5 years
$12M
$50K
Study and implement congestion pricing/high occupancy toll lanes
1-5 years
$5M
n/a
Develop and implement region-wide access management strategies
6-10 years
$500K
$0
Expand Portland State University’s ITS freight data collection
6-10 years
$50K
$100K
Implement an active traffic management pilot project
6-10 years
$5M
$100K
Install next generation transit signal priority system
6-10 years
$500K
$100K
Provide 24-hour transportation operations coverage
11+ years
$0
$100K
Institute automated speed enforcement
11+ years
$1M
$100K


Transportation Demand Management Projects

 

 

Project
Time Frame
Capital Cost
Annual O&M Cost
Continue collaborative marketing
Ongoing
$0
$975K
Implement and support employer services
Ongoing
$0
$1M
Implement and support rideshare services
Ongoing
$0
$360K
Measure program effectiveness to facilitate decision making
Ongoing
$0
$150K
Support strategic and collaborative TSMO program oversight
Ongoing
$0
$335K
Implement a pilot project that provides incentives for jurisdictions to manage parking
1-5 years
$0
$100K
Develop and implement a smartcard fare system regional concept of transportation operations (RCTO) and pilot project
1-5 years
$12M
$0
Develop and implement a regional youth transit pass program
1-5 years
$100K
$15M
Develop a regional parking management strategy
1-5 years
$100K
$0
Provide a regional incentive system for demand management
11+ years
$9M
$200K

 

 

Regional Transportation System Management and Operations 2010-2020

Regional Transportation System Management and Operations 2010-2020
Publication Sort Date
06/01/2010
Author
Joint Policy Advisory Committee on Transportation (JPACT)
Publisher
Oregon DOT

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