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Los Angeles County Metropolitan Transportation Authority (Metro) ... City of Los Angeles = 466 sq. miles. 88 different locales = 967 sq. miles. More than 10,000 ...
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Los Angeles County Metropolitan Transportation Authority (Metro) Metro\'s Countywide Signal Priority Program T3 Webinar January 22, 2008

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Background In the late 90\'s, Metro subsidized a few travel signal need shows City of Los Angeles City of Glendale City of Lancaster City of Santa Monica Metro

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Metro\'s Bus Signal Priority Pilot Project Initiated in January 1999 Multijurisdictional exertion went for minimizing delay experienced by transports and shortening round trek running times Develop a favored sign need answer for high-ridership hallways crossing various purviews with various nearby activity control hardware and programming

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Program Context Los Angeles County 89 wards 43 open organizations giving settled course transport administration Metro alone works 191 transport courses with more than 1.3 million weekday boardings by and large

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Program Context, cont\'d Los Angeles County 1,433 square miles in Metro administration territory City of Los Angeles = 466 sq. miles 88 different purviews = 967 sq. miles Over 10,000 activity signals

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Program Funding Local Proposition C: ½-penny deals charge used to keep up, enhance and grow open travel and also decrease blockage and expansion versatility in LA County Federal Congestion Mitigation and Air Quality (CMAQ) reserves through FTA

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Program Funding Bus Signal Priority Pilot Project: $4.3 million Metro Rapid Countywide Signal Priority Expansion Phase 1: $7.5 million Phase 2: $8.7 million (appraisal)

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Study Tour Locations Portland Tri-Met KITSAP Transit King County Metro

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Study Tour Objectives Evaluate diverse sign need innovation arrangements actualized by different travel properties Study the institutional, political, lawful, and monetary issues Assess frameworks reconciliation complexities Review received sign need usage rules Discuss "lessons learned"

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King County Metro Transit Peer Review Multiple purviews Several distinctive movement signal control equipment sorts Multiple firmware interfaces Decision to give need made at the nearby control level Headway interims were like our own Local movement building control

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Countywide Signal Priority Pilot Project Crenshaw Corridor 10.5 miles Adams Blvd. to Redondo Beach Blvd. 54 Signalized Intersections 51 signal-need prepared Jurisdictional Partners City of Los Angeles City of Inglewood County of Los Angeles Unincorporated County zones, City of Gardena and City of Hawthorne

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Countywide Signal Priority Evaluation Results Average Bus Travel Time Up to 8.8% diminishment - northbound PM crest Up to 4.2% decrease - southbound AM top Average Delay Due to Red Signals Up to 22.5% lessening - northbound PM top Up to 12.5% lessening - southbound AM crest

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Bus-to-Intersection Communications Locate Vehicle Decision to demand need (DTRP) Decision to concede need (DTGP) Implement need On-Bus System Functions Traffic Signal Controller Functions Countywide Signal Priority Process

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Countywide Signal Priority WLAN Equipment

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Countywide Signal Priority On-Bus Equipment Upper Left: Bus need unit introduced on a 45\' 2004 composite NABI Upper Right: Bus need unit introduced on a 40\' 2001 NABI Lower Left: Tri-Band Antenna establishment for WLAN and GPS

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Countywide Signal Priority Technologies On-Bus Equipment Intersection Check-In Technologies Intersection Controller Equipment Bus-to-Intersection Communications Locate Vehicle Decision to demand need Decision to give need Implement need On-Bus System Functions Traffic Signal Controller Functions

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Countywide Signal Priority Technologies On-Bus Equipment Intersection Check-In Technologies Intersection Controller Equipment Bus-to-Intersection Communications Locate Vehicle Decision to demand need Decision to give need Implement need On-Bus System Functions Traffic Signal Controller Functions

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Countywide Signal Priority WLAN Equipment Upper Left: Wireless Access point/span shaft mounted equipment Lower Left: Full CSP WLAN bureau mounted equipment at access point/span areas Lower Right: Additional system gear to give control over Ethernet to post mounted hardware

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Countywide Signal Priority WLAN Equipment Upper Left: Typical WLAN recieving wire introduced on activity signal control cupboards at customer crossing point areas Lower Left: Wireless gadget at customer convergence giving serial association with movement signal controller Upper Right: Pole-mounted customer gadget introduced at crossing points where bureau line of site is restricted

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Countywide Signal Priority Traffic Signal Integration Upper Left: Type 170 controller running CSP-changed LACO or BI-Trans 233 firmware Upper Right: Type 2070 controller running CSP-adjusted LADOT firmware Lower Left: ASC-2 NEMA controller running CSP-altered Econolite firmware

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Countywide Signal Priority Depot WLAN Equipment Upper Right: WiMAX radio wire gives remote broadband association with permit off-site observing of CSP-prepared transports Left: WLAN gear introduced at Division 18 to screen and give remote document upgrades to on-transport CSP units

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Countywide Signal Priority Expansion Phase I 4 Metro Rapid Corridors Equipped with CSP Long Beach Blvd. 11.3 Miles/59 Intersections 6 Jurisdictions Florence Blvd. 7.6 Miles/41 Intersections 5 Jurisdictions Hawthorne Blvd. 7.7 Miles/39 Intersections 5 Jurisdictions Soto St. 6.6 Miles/36 Intersections 5 Jurisdictions

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Countywide Signal Priority Expansion Phase II Expansion Atlantic Ave. 25 Miles 128 Intersections 14 Jurisdictions Garvey-Chavez St. 10.7 Miles 52 Intersections 4 Jurisdictions Manchester Blvd. 7.8 Miles 45 Intersections 3 Jurisdictions

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Countywide Signal Priority Expansion

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Multijurisdictional Project Implementation: Challenges and Lessons Learned Project Oversight and Coordination Allocation of fundamental staff assets Project calendar to suit jurisdictional coordination Issues Consensus Building Schedule/time administration No "One size fits all" methodology Management, regulatory, and specialized staff should all be incorporated into the basic leadership process Work with your jurisdictional accomplices both all things considered and separately to determine execution inquiries and concerns

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Multijurisdictional Project Implementation: Challenges and Lessons Learned Legal Agreements Respective lawful advice and specialized staff must arrange with each other to address legitimate concerns Project degree, parts and duties, on-going operations and upkeep, collaboration, interchanges, and risk are key components Legal impasse can turn into a centerpiece Corridor Synchronization Signal planning overhaul

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Multijurisdictional Project Implementation: Challenges and Lessons Learned Technology Migration Work with partaking locales to guarantee framework redesign similarity Develop an operations and support arrange for that obliges potential equipment and programming updates Continually assess the current framework and search for chances to enhance execution

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Steven Y. Gota Transportation Planning Manager San Gabriel Valley Area Team LA Metro One Gateway Plaza Mail Stop: 99-22-8 Los Angeles, CA  90012-2952 213-922-3043 GOTAS@metro.net Reinland Jones Transportation Planner San Gabriel Valley Area Team Los Angeles County Metro One Gateway Plaza Mail Stop: 99-22-8 Los Angeles, CA 90012-2952 213-922-2231 JONESRE@metro.net Contact Information

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