Weather Information integration into TMC Operations estimated at $6,270,000, with $833,000 in annual Operations and Maintenance Cost.

Estimates from Wyoming Department of Transportation Weather Integration Plan

Made Public Date
07/31/2011

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Wyoming
United States
Identifier
2011-00227
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Summary Information

The Wyoming Department of Transportation (WYDOT) was chosen by the Federal Highway Administration (FHWA) Road Weather Management Program (RWMP) to conduct a weather information self-evaluation and planning process. The weather integration plan was produced as a result of that process.

The table below shows the seven projects identified to carry out WYDOT's integration strategies, with their implementation costs and estimated Operations and Maintenance (O&M) costs.

Project Initial Cost O&M cost
Road Weather Information System (RWIS) Expansion
$2,000,000
$400,000/year
Automatic Vehicle Location/Mobile Data Computer (AVL/MDC)
$800,000
$100,000/year
Weather Information Manager (WIM)
N/A
$100,000/year
Variable Speed Limit (VSL) Expansion
$3,000,000
$200,000/year
Weather Information Tool
$300,000
$15,000/year
Weather Alert Notification
$20,000
$3,000/year
Advanced Traffic Management System (ATMS) Decision Support
$150,000
$15,000/year

Wyoming Department of Transportation Statewide TMC Weather Integration Plan

Wyoming Department of Transportation Statewide TMC Weather Integration Plan
Publication Sort Date
12/15/2010
Author
Cox, Kevin M.
Publisher
Wyoming Department of Transportation

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System Cost

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