ITS improvements in the Spokane area of Washington state.
The goals of this project were to integrate existing and new ITS field devices into the existing fiber communications system and to provide real-time video and data from those devices to emergency response agencies. This project integrated ITS field devices including CCTVs with fiber optic and microwave communications links for providing real-time video and data to emergency response agencies. The project constructed center-to-center and trunk line communications between agencies, and expanded communications capacity to prepare for future deployments.
The project constructed the following communications links:
- a fiber optic trunk line on Division (SR 2) from Houston Avenue to Farwell Road
- a microwave link to the WSP offices on Geiger Avenue that provided access to CCTV images
- a fiber optic link to the CCC, the joint City/County police, fire, and 911 dispatch facility that also houses Spokane County’s EOC
The total cost of the Spokane Area Intelligent Transportation Integration project was $1,837,251.
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Integrating ITS field devices with communications links (CCTVs and 3 links) - $1,837,251