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Alexiadis, Vassili and Alice Chu
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The focus of the ICM Post-Deployment assessment was to investigate the impacts of ICM in its "as deployed" state using Analysis, Modeling and Simulation (AMS) tools in San Diego. Macroscopic and microscopic simulation models were used to characterize and estimate the impacts of driver behavior in response to various traffic control strategies and changes in multi-modal options.

The ICM strategies modeled in the post-deployment AMS analysis included:

  • Active decision support system
  • Coordinated incident management
  • Freeway coordinated ramp metering
  • Actionable traveler information (en-route and pre-trip via CMS, a new 511 app, and other commercial sources)
  • Upgrades to selected traffic signal systems (new traffic signal coordination timings, responsive traffic signal control)
  • Alternate route wayfinding signs.
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The focus of the ICM Post-Deployment assessment was to investigate the impacts of ICM in its "as deployed" state using Analysis, Modeling and Simulation (AMS) tools in San Diego. Macroscopic and microscopic simulation models were used to characterize and estimate the impacts of driver behavior in response to various traffic control strategies and changes in multi-modal options.

The ICM strategies modeled in the post-deployment AMS analysis included:

  • Active decision support system
  • Coordinated incident management
  • Freeway coordinated ramp metering
  • Actionable traveler information (en-route and pre-trip via CMS, a new 511 app, and other commercial sources)
  • Upgrades to selected traffic signal systems (new traffic signal coordination timings, responsive traffic signal control)
  • Alternate route wayfinding signs.
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FHWA-JPO-16-403
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95
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U. S. Department of Transportation
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1660
Title
Integrated Corridor Management Analysis, Modeling, and Simulation for the I-15 Corridor in San Diego, California: Post-Deployment Assessment Report
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ACFA4FC0C7FFAE598525814B00574269
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