3 edition of Choosing the route to traveler information systems deployment found in the catalog.
Choosing the route to traveler information systems deployment
Mark E. Hallenbeck
1998 by U.S. Department of Transportation, Federal Highway Administration, National Technical Information Service [distributor] in Washington, D.C, Springfield, Va .
Written in English
|Statement||sponsored by ITS America Advanced Traveler Information Systems Committee, United States Department of Transportation ; prepared by Washington State Transportation Center.|
|Contributions||ITS America. Advanced Traveler Information Systems Committee., United States. Dept. of Transportation., Washington State Transportation Center., United States. Federal Highway Administration., Business Models for Advanced Traveler Information Systems Deployment Workshop (1997 : San Diego, Calif.)|
|LC Classifications||HE336.R68 H35 1998|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xiv, 78, 34 p. :|
|Number of Pages||78|
|LC Control Number||99198277|
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The Route to Traveler Information Systems Deploymentis meant to serve as that body of information. This Action Guide is a précis of that document, which was written by Mark Hallenbeck and the staff of the Washington State Transportation Center.
Much of the raw material for the report was derived f rom. Advanced Traveler Information Systems: Choosing the Route to Traveler Information Systems Deployment: Factors for Creating Public–Private Business Plans (Action Guide) ( KB) PDF files can be viewed with the Acrobat® Reader®.
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An ATIS may operate through information supplied entirely within the vehicle (autonomous system) or it can also use data supplied by the traffic. Traveler information systems update drivers on current roadway conditions — including delays, incidents, weather -related messages, travel times, emergency alerts, and alternate routes.
Providing this information to drivers before and during trips allows them to make more effective travel decisions about changing routes.
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An Advanced Traveler Information System (ATIS), constituted by two sub-systems, pre-trip traveler information (PTI) and en-route traveler information system, is an indispensable component of ITS .ATIS provides travelers with necessary information and help. Reimbursement includes transportation expenses only, no per diem, for one authorized traveler limited to a round trip by way of the most direct route to pick-up or drop-off your vehicle at the VPC.
Things you need to know: Only one authorized traveler will be reimbursed for the round trip. Traditional models of route generation are based on choosing routes that minimize expected travel-time between origin and destination.
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Administering IBM Traveler. Information on planning, installing, configuring, and administering IBM Traveler. Planning for installation and configuration.
There are many installation and configuration considerations you should review before installing the IBM Traveler server. Choosing a deployment. Internet: Routes traffic specified by the address prefix to the Internet. The system default route specifies the /0 address prefix.
If you don't override Azure's default routes, Azure routes traffic for any address not specified by an address range within a virtual network, to the Internet, with one exception. If the destination address. An intermediary financial institution may receive supplementary information about a payment beyond the information the travel rule requires to be sent to the next financial institution in the payment chain.
For example, a payment order may contain additional information about the .