This study evaluated Advanced Traffic Management System (ATMS) technology deployments on three arterial study corridors in the cities of Tucson, Nogales and Maricopa in Arizona based on criteria relating to aspects such as operations, maintenance, performance measurement, and cost. Field visits were conducted in the Fall of 2016 to inventory each corridor’s system, and when available, the data obtained were used to quantify performance in terms of system functionality and system efficiency. A prototype spreadsheet was developed using Multiple Criteria Decision Analysis (MCDA) to score corridor deployments based on predefined criteria.
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