The Wenatchee Advanced Traffic Management System (ATMS) project (2004) in the Washington State DOT (WSDOT) north central region.
The project to build an Advanced Transportation Management System (ATMS) for the North Central Region headquarters of the Washington state DOT (WSDOT) consisted of installing ITS field equipment and constructing a Transportation Management Center (TMC) with integrated ITS monitoring and control systems. The project installed several workstations, servers, MPEG4 decoders, network devices, and telephony devices that allow integrated monitoring and operation of the field devices. The total cost was $460,000 and included the following:
- A Road Weather Information System (RWIS) station and closed-circuit television (CCTV) camera at Loup Loup
- A RWIS station and CCTV camera at Winton - the cost was split between Wenatchee and Winton.
- A Highway Advisory Radio (HAR) station at Wenatchee
- Three CCTV cameras at the north end of Wenatchee
- TMC Equipment and installation
Additional time and about $30,000 in additional funding were required for modifications to enable the use of wireless communications to the HAR beacons. No additional staff or funding was provided to operate or maintain these systems.
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TMC and ITS field devices - $460,000 (2004)