Active Traffic Management for Urban and Rural Corridor Applications in Virginia
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Monday, October 17, 2011: 1:30 PM
S210D (Orange County Convention Center )
Description of Paper:
As part of the Virginia Department of Transportation’s operations program, a significant emphasis is being placed on deploying Active Traffic Management (ATM) tools in both urban and rural areas. Two projects have attracted the attention of the governor, which has resulted in the projects reaching the highest level of priority – a full ATM deployment along I-66, the most congested corridor in Northern Virginia (just outside Washington, DC), and a fog warning system with variable speed limit and queue warning signage on I-77 in western Virginia.