Santa Fe Traffic Operation Center

Infrastructures, Technology
City Development, Traffic System, Transports
2015

Team:

Christopher Tolisano, Serissa Jones, Nathan Curtis, Nicholas Picard

Liaisons:

John Di Ruggiero, Tim Brown

Sponsors:

ITS Bureau (ITS), New Mexico Department of Transportation (NMDOT)

Project website:

The New Mexico Department of Transportation is expanding the District 5 Traffic Operations Center (TOC). We assessed the current communication methods and technologies used within the District 5 TOC. From various interviews and research we recommended that the TOC increase operational efficiency and interagency communications by implementing the following technologies and systems: Dashboard systems, NMRoads access expansion, automatic vehicle location, jurisdictional boundaries and infrastructure map, and interagency conferences, notification systems and contact lists.
Project Mission
Expand the District 5 Traffic Operation Center to increase interagency communication methods and technologies.
Project Objectives
  1. Assess current technologies and interactions between stakeholders in District 5, the Traffic Operations Center in Santa Fe and the Traffic Management Center in Albuquerque.
  2. Explore a variety of new communication protocols and technologies for the District 5 TOC.
  3. Select the most effective technologies and interagency incident management protocols for the District 5 Traffic Operation Center.