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12-02 — Advances in Strategies for Implementing Integrated Corridor Management

Many jurisdictions have implemented strategies to improve traffic flow by using new technologies and management techniques. Agencies recognize the importance of inter-jurisdictional coordination with other agencies, timely communication with the public, and the detection and response provided by traffic management centers. Pulling these elements together through Integrated Corridor Management is essential to successful system management, but challenges remain. This scan examines successful practices in Integrated Corridor Management.

Scan Results and Report

Implementation and Impact

At the conclusion of the scan in summer of 2014, team members recognized the value of a significant product of the scan: a Capability Maturity Model (CMM) for Integrated Corridor Management. Transportation professionals in government and industry can use the CMM to evaluate their organizations’ ability to deploy an ICM program and to identify areas for improvement. Scan presentations and follow-up activities have addressed this model and its potential to help advance ICM.

Additional highlighted scan activities follow.

Scan Members

  • Dhanesh (Dennis) Motiani, New Jersey DOT, scan co-chair
  • Robert Sheehan, FHWA, scan co-chair
  • Nicholas Compin, California DOT
  • Anne Reshadi, Wisconsin DOT
  • Neil Spiller, FHWA
  • Brian Umfleet, Missouri DOT
  • Todd Westhuis, New York State DOT
  • Ahmad Sadegh, Schneider Electric, Subject Matter Expert
  • Kevin Miller, Schneider Electric, Subject Matter Expert
  • Michael Wright, Arora and Associates, PC, Scan Coordinator

Regions/Corridors Visited

  • Dallas, Texas
  • Minneapolis–Saint Paul, Minnesota
  • New York/New Jersey/Pennsylvania
  • Phoenix, Arizona
  • San Diego, California