The regional ITS architecture is an integral part of the planning process, providing a structured way to translate operational objectives and strategies into an interconnected set of ITS projects. This page identifies the planning objectives and strategies that are supported by the regional ITS architecture.

1.1ObjectiveMitigate recurring congestion through known bottlenecks
1.2ObjectiveMitigate recurring congestion-improving traffic signals
1.3ObjectiveMitigate recurring congestion with travel demand managment
2.1ObjectiveImprove work zone managment
2.2ObjectiveMaintain mobility during planned events with established detour routes
2.3ObjectiveMaintain mobility of traffic for special events
2.4ObjectiveMaintain mobility with timely and reliable traveler information
3.1ObjectiveImprove incident detection and verification
3.2ObjectiveTraffic Incident Management teams
3.3ObjectiveRoad weather management systems
3.4ObjectivePre-planned detour routes
3.5ObjectiveTraveler information for unplanned events
4.1ObjectiveProvide an Efficient Multimodal Transportation System for freight movement
4.2ObjectiveProvide an Efficient Multimodal Transportation System for pedestrians and bicyclists
4.3ObjectiveProvide an Efficient Multimodal Transportation System for public transit
4.4ObjectiveIntegrated corridor managment system
4.5ObjectiveProvide an Efficient Multimodal Transportation System with insitiutional coordination