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Krechmer, Dan, et.al.
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The Michigan Department of Transportation (MDOT) recently completed architectures and pre-deployment plans for five of the state's seven regions. The paper provides benefit-cost calculations for two weather-related deployments, Road Weather Information Systems (RWIS) and Maintenance Tracking using Global Positioning System (GPS) for Maintenance Vehicles and Snowplows. The potential benefits of RWIS combined with Maintenance Tracking are: crash reduction during adverse weather, and operating cost savings through more efficient use of winter maintenance resources.

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Daniel KrechmerPrincipalCambridge Systematics, Inc.100 CambridgePark Drive, Suite 400Cambridge, MA 02140tel 617 354 0167cell 781 367 6973fax 617 354 1542e-mail dkrechmer@camsys.comDaniel gave us permission to use the paper.
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Benefit–Cost Evaluation Techniques for Rural ITS Deployments
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