Surface Street Management for Central Ohio Regional ITS Architecture Roles and Responsibilities

StakeholderRole and Responsibility
BexleyProvide traffic information, such as road network conditions, to public safety agencies.
Provide signal priority for transit vehicles.
Provide traffic information reports to other traffic management agencies.
Interconnect with traffic signals operated by adjacent jurisdictions.
Provide traffic information, such as road network conditions, to private traveler information systems and the media.
Coordinate traffic signals at rail-intersection grade crossings.
Monitor the speeds of vehicles traveling through on the arterials.
Suggest a safe driving speed for vehicles traveling on the arterials.
Provide signal preemption for emergency vehicles.
Collect road weather information from field sensors.
Monitor arterial surveillance cameras.
Provide maintenance information to travelers via the City of Columbus Paving the Way Website and private traveler information systems.
Monitor and control traffic information devices of other traffic management agencies, such as traffic signal controllers, during certain agreed upon conditions, such as specific hours or during specific emergencies.
Provide traffic information, such as road network conditions, to maintenance and construction agencies.
Collect traffic data from the traffic signal system sensors.
Perform network surveillance for incident detection and verification, and send traffic/incident information and traffic images to local and county public safety agencies and EOCs.
Adjust signal timing patterns in response to incidents.
Operate traffic signal systems on local arterials and streets owned and operated by the municipality.
Operate traffic information devices, such as dynamic message signs and highway advisory radios.
Provide traffic and road network information to local transit agencies.
Provide traffic information to travelers via traffic information devices on roadways (e.g., DMS and HAR equipment), and through local ISPs and web sites.
Canal WinchesterOperate traffic signal systems on local arterials and streets owned and operated by the municipality.
Provide signal preemption for emergency vehicles.
Provide traffic information, such as road network conditions, to private traveler information systems and the media.
Provide traffic and road network information to local transit agencies.
Provide traffic information to travelers via traffic information devices on roadways (e.g., DMS and HAR equipment), and through local ISPs and web sites.
Provide traffic information, such as road network conditions, to maintenance and construction agencies.
Operate traffic information devices, such as dynamic message signs and highway advisory radios.
Provide traffic information, such as road network conditions, to public safety agencies.
Interconnect with traffic signals operated by adjacent jurisdictions.
Provide traffic information reports to other traffic management agencies.
Suggest a safe driving speed for vehicles traveling on the arterials.
Collect road weather information from field sensors.
Adjust signal timing patterns in response to incidents.
Monitor and control traffic information devices of other traffic management agencies, such as traffic signal controllers, during certain agreed upon conditions, such as specific hours or during specific emergencies.
Monitor the speeds of vehicles traveling through on the arterials.
Monitor arterial surveillance cameras.
Collect traffic data from the traffic signal system sensors.
Provide maintenance information to travelers via the City of Columbus Paving the Way Website and private traveler information systems.
Provide signal priority for transit vehicles.
Perform network surveillance for incident detection and verification, and send traffic/incident information and traffic images to local and county public safety agencies and EOCs.
Coordinate traffic signals at rail-intersection grade crossings.
City of Columbus Department of Public ServiceCoordinate traffic signals at rail-intersection grade crossings.
Operate traffic signal systems on local arterials and streets owned and operated by the municipality.
Operate traffic information devices, such as dynamic message signs and highway advisory radios.
Provide traffic and road network information to local transit agencies.
Provide traffic information to travelers via traffic information devices on roadways (e.g., DMS and HAR equipment), and through local ISPs and web sites.
Provide traffic information, such as road network conditions, to maintenance and construction agencies.
Provide traffic information, such as road network conditions, to public safety agencies.
Adjust signal timing patterns in response to incidents.
Provide traffic information reports to other traffic management agencies.
Provide traffic information, such as road network conditions, to private traveler information systems and the media.
Monitor the speeds of vehicles traveling through on the arterials.
Suggest a safe driving speed for vehicles traveling on the arterials.
Provide signal preemption for emergency vehicles.
Collect road weather information from field sensors.
Monitor and control traffic information devices of other traffic management agencies, such as traffic signal controllers, during certain agreed upon conditions, such as specific hours or during specific emergencies.
Monitor arterial surveillance cameras.
Collect traffic data from the traffic signal system sensors.
Provide maintenance information to travelers via the City of Columbus Paving the Way Website and private traveler information systems.
Provide signal priority for transit vehicles.
Interconnect with traffic signals operated by adjacent jurisdictions.
Perform network surveillance for incident detection and verification, and send traffic/incident information and traffic images to local and county public safety agencies and EOCs.
Columbus Regional Airport Authority (CRAA)Provide traffic information, such as road network conditions, to maintenance and construction agencies.
Suggest a safe driving speed for vehicles traveling on the arterials.
Monitor the speeds of vehicles traveling through on the arterials.
Provide traffic information, such as road network conditions, to private traveler information systems and the media.
Provide traffic information to travelers via traffic information devices on roadways (e.g., DMS and HAR equipment), and through local ISPs and web sites.
Provide traffic and road network information to local transit agencies.
Operate traffic information devices, such as dynamic message signs and highway advisory radios.
Operate traffic signal systems on local arterials and streets owned and operated by the municipality.
Adjust signal timing patterns in response to incidents.
Provide traffic information, such as road network conditions, to public safety agencies.
Columbus Traffic Management GroupMonitor the speeds of vehicles traveling through on the arterials.
Adjust signal timing patterns in response to incidents.
Provide signal priority for transit vehicles.
Provide maintenance information to travelers via the City of Columbus Paving the Way Website and private traveler information systems.
Monitor arterial surveillance cameras.
Perform network surveillance for incident detection and verification, and send traffic/incident information and traffic images to local and county public safety agencies and EOCs.
Provide traffic information, such as road network conditions, to public safety agencies.
Operate traffic signal systems on local arterials and streets owned and operated by the municipality.
Operate traffic information devices, such as dynamic message signs and highway advisory radios.
Provide traffic and road network information to local transit agencies.
Provide traffic information to travelers via traffic information devices on roadways (e.g., DMS and HAR equipment), and through local ISPs and web sites.
Provide traffic information, such as road network conditions, to maintenance and construction agencies.
Provide signal preemption for emergency vehicles.
Collect traffic data from the traffic signal system sensors.
Provide signal preemption for emergency vehicles.
Interconnect with traffic signals operated by adjacent jurisdictions.
Monitor and control traffic information devices of other traffic management agencies, such as traffic signal controllers, during certain agreed upon conditions, such as specific hours or during specific emergencies.
Provide traffic information reports to other traffic management agencies.
Coordinate traffic signals at rail-intersection grade crossings.
Coordinate with Rail Operations
Suggest a safe driving speed for vehicles traveling on the arterials.
Provide traffic information, such as road network conditions, to private traveler information systems and the media.
Provide signal priority for transit vehicles.
DelawareAdjust signal timing patterns in response to incidents.
Collect road weather information from field sensors.
Provide signal priority for transit vehicles.
Provide maintenance information to travelers via the City of Columbus Paving the Way Website and private traveler information systems.
Collect traffic data from the traffic signal system sensors.
Perform network surveillance for incident detection and verification, and send traffic/incident information and traffic images to local and county public safety agencies and EOCs.
Operate traffic signal systems on local arterials and streets owned and operated by the municipality.
Operate traffic information devices, such as dynamic message signs and highway advisory radios.
Provide traffic and road network information to local transit agencies.
Provide traffic information to travelers via traffic information devices on roadways (e.g., DMS and HAR equipment), and through local ISPs and web sites.
Suggest a safe driving speed for vehicles traveling on the arterials.
Monitor arterial surveillance cameras.
Provide signal preemption for emergency vehicles.
Provide traffic information, such as road network conditions, to maintenance and construction agencies.
Monitor the speeds of vehicles traveling through on the arterials.
Coordinate traffic signals at rail-intersection grade crossings.
Provide traffic information reports to other traffic management agencies.
Monitor and control traffic information devices of other traffic management agencies, such as traffic signal controllers, during certain agreed upon conditions, such as specific hours or during specific emergencies.
Interconnect with traffic signals operated by adjacent jurisdictions.
Provide traffic information, such as road network conditions, to public safety agencies.
Provide traffic information, such as road network conditions, to private traveler information systems and the media.
Delaware CountyProvide traffic information to travelers via traffic information devices on roadways (e.g., DMS and HAR equipment), and through local ISPs and web sites.
Monitor the speeds of vehicles traveling through on the arterials.
Monitor arterial surveillance cameras.
Perform network surveillance for incident detection and verification, and send traffic/incident information and traffic images to local and county public safety agencies and EOCs.
Adjust signal timing patterns in response to incidents.
Operate traffic signal systems on local arterials and streets owned and operated by the municipality.
Operate traffic information devices, such as dynamic message signs and highway advisory radios.
Provide maintenance information to travelers via the City of Columbus Paving the Way Website and private traveler information systems.
Provide traffic and road network information to local transit agencies.
Provide signal priority for transit vehicles.
Collect traffic data from the traffic signal system sensors.
Provide signal preemption for emergency vehicles.
Provide traffic information reports to other traffic management agencies.
Collect road weather information from field sensors.
Provide traffic information, such as road network conditions, to maintenance and construction agencies.
Suggest a safe driving speed for vehicles traveling on the arterials.
Coordinate traffic signals at rail-intersection grade crossings.
Monitor and control traffic information devices of other traffic management agencies, such as traffic signal controllers, during certain agreed upon conditions, such as specific hours or during specific emergencies.
Interconnect with traffic signals operated by adjacent jurisdictions.
Provide traffic information, such as road network conditions, to public safety agencies.
Provide traffic information, such as road network conditions, to private traveler information systems and the media.
DublinProvide traffic information, such as road network conditions, to private traveler information systems and the media.
Provide traffic and road network information to local transit agencies.
Provide signal preemption for emergency vehicles.
Suggest a safe driving speed for vehicles traveling on the arterials.
Monitor the speeds of vehicles traveling through on the arterials.
Coordinate traffic signals at rail-intersection grade crossings.
Provide traffic information reports to other traffic management agencies.
Monitor and control traffic information devices of other traffic management agencies, such as traffic signal controllers, during certain agreed upon conditions, such as specific hours or during specific emergencies.
Interconnect with traffic signals operated by adjacent jurisdictions.
Provide traffic information, such as road network conditions, to public safety agencies.
Collect road weather information from field sensors.
Provide maintenance information to travelers via the City of Columbus Paving the Way Website and private traveler information systems.
Provide traffic information, such as road network conditions, to maintenance and construction agencies.
Provide signal priority for transit vehicles.
Collect traffic data from the traffic signal system sensors.
Monitor arterial surveillance cameras.
Perform network surveillance for incident detection and verification, and send traffic/incident information and traffic images to local and county public safety agencies and EOCs.
Adjust signal timing patterns in response to incidents.
Operate traffic signal systems on local arterials and streets owned and operated by the municipality.
Operate traffic information devices, such as dynamic message signs and highway advisory radios.
Provide traffic information to travelers via traffic information devices on roadways (e.g., DMS and HAR equipment), and through local ISPs and web sites.
Fairfield CountyMonitor and control traffic information devices of other traffic management agencies, such as traffic signal controllers, during certain agreed upon conditions, such as specific hours or during specific emergencies.
Provide maintenance information to travelers via the City of Columbus Paving the Way Website and private traveler information systems.
Provide traffic and road network information to local transit agencies.
Monitor arterial surveillance cameras.
Perform network surveillance for incident detection and verification, and send traffic/incident information and traffic images to local and county public safety agencies and EOCs.
Collect road weather information from field sensors.
Adjust signal timing patterns in response to incidents.
Operate traffic signal systems on local arterials and streets owned and operated by the municipality.
Operate traffic information devices, such as dynamic message signs and highway advisory radios.
Collect traffic data from the traffic signal system sensors.
Provide traffic information to travelers via traffic information devices on roadways (e.g., DMS and HAR equipment), and through local ISPs and web sites.
Provide traffic information, such as road network conditions, to maintenance and construction agencies.
Provide traffic information, such as road network conditions, to private traveler information systems and the media.
Provide signal priority for transit vehicles.
Interconnect with traffic signals operated by adjacent jurisdictions.
Provide traffic information reports to other traffic management agencies.
Coordinate traffic signals at rail-intersection grade crossings.
Monitor the speeds of vehicles traveling through on the arterials.
Suggest a safe driving speed for vehicles traveling on the arterials.
Provide signal preemption for emergency vehicles.
Provide traffic information, such as road network conditions, to public safety agencies.
Franklin CountyMonitor and control traffic information devices of other traffic management agencies, such as traffic signal controllers, during certain agreed upon conditions, such as specific hours or during specific emergencies.
Provide traffic information to travelers via traffic information devices on roadways (e.g., DMS and HAR equipment), and through local ISPs and web sites.
Provide signal priority for transit vehicles.
Provide maintenance information to travelers via the City of Columbus Paving the Way Website and private traveler information systems.
Collect traffic data from the traffic signal system sensors.
Monitor arterial surveillance cameras.
Perform network surveillance for incident detection and verification, and send traffic/incident information and traffic images to local and county public safety agencies and EOCs.
Adjust signal timing patterns in response to incidents.
Operate traffic signal systems on local arterials and streets owned and operated by the municipality.
Coordinate traffic signals at rail-intersection grade crossings.
Provide traffic and road network information to local transit agencies.
Collect road weather information from field sensors.
Provide traffic information, such as road network conditions, to maintenance and construction agencies.
Provide traffic information, such as road network conditions, to private traveler information systems and the media.
Provide traffic information, such as road network conditions, to public safety agencies.
Interconnect with traffic signals operated by adjacent jurisdictions.
Provide traffic information reports to other traffic management agencies.
Monitor the speeds of vehicles traveling through on the arterials.
Suggest a safe driving speed for vehicles traveling on the arterials.
Provide signal preemption for emergency vehicles.
Operate traffic information devices, such as dynamic message signs and highway advisory radios.
GahannaSuggest a safe driving speed for vehicles traveling on the arterials.
Provide traffic information, such as road network conditions, to public safety agencies.
Collect road weather information from field sensors.
Provide signal preemption for emergency vehicles.
Monitor the speeds of vehicles traveling through on the arterials.
Coordinate traffic signals at rail-intersection grade crossings.
Provide traffic information reports to other traffic management agencies.
Interconnect with traffic signals operated by adjacent jurisdictions.
Provide traffic information, such as road network conditions, to private traveler information systems and the media.
Provide traffic information, such as road network conditions, to maintenance and construction agencies.
Provide traffic information to travelers via traffic information devices on roadways (e.g., DMS and HAR equipment), and through local ISPs and web sites.
Collect traffic data from the traffic signal system sensors.
Provide signal priority for transit vehicles.
Monitor and control traffic information devices of other traffic management agencies, such as traffic signal controllers, during certain agreed upon conditions, such as specific hours or during specific emergencies.
Provide maintenance information to travelers via the City of Columbus Paving the Way Website and private traveler information systems.
Provide traffic and road network information to local transit agencies.
Monitor arterial surveillance cameras.
Perform network surveillance for incident detection and verification, and send traffic/incident information and traffic images to local and county public safety agencies and EOCs.
Adjust signal timing patterns in response to incidents.
Operate traffic signal systems on local arterials and streets owned and operated by the municipality.
Operate traffic information devices, such as dynamic message signs and highway advisory radios.
Grandview HeightsProvide traffic and road network information to local transit agencies.
Operate traffic information devices, such as dynamic message signs and highway advisory radios.
Provide maintenance information to travelers via the City of Columbus Paving the Way Website and private traveler information systems.
Collect traffic data from the traffic signal system sensors.
Monitor arterial surveillance cameras.
Perform network surveillance for incident detection and verification, and send traffic/incident information and traffic images to local and county public safety agencies and EOCs.
Operate traffic signal systems on local arterials and streets owned and operated by the municipality.
Provide signal priority for transit vehicles.
Suggest a safe driving speed for vehicles traveling on the arterials.
Adjust signal timing patterns in response to incidents.
Provide traffic information to travelers via traffic information devices on roadways (e.g., DMS and HAR equipment), and through local ISPs and web sites.
Provide signal preemption for emergency vehicles.
Monitor the speeds of vehicles traveling through on the arterials.
Coordinate traffic signals at rail-intersection grade crossings.
Provide traffic information reports to other traffic management agencies.
Provide traffic information, such as road network conditions, to maintenance and construction agencies.
Interconnect with traffic signals operated by adjacent jurisdictions.
Provide traffic information, such as road network conditions, to public safety agencies.
Provide traffic information, such as road network conditions, to private traveler information systems and the media.
Monitor and control traffic information devices of other traffic management agencies, such as traffic signal controllers, during certain agreed upon conditions, such as specific hours or during specific emergencies.
Collect road weather information from field sensors.
Grove CityPerform network surveillance for incident detection and verification, and send traffic/incident information and traffic images to local and county public safety agencies and EOCs.
Monitor arterial surveillance cameras.
Collect traffic data from the traffic signal system sensors.
Provide maintenance information to travelers via the City of Columbus Paving the Way Website and private traveler information systems.
Provide signal preemption for emergency vehicles.
Coordinate traffic signals at rail-intersection grade crossings.
Suggest a safe driving speed for vehicles traveling on the arterials.
Adjust signal timing patterns in response to incidents.
Interconnect with traffic signals operated by adjacent jurisdictions.
Collect road weather information from field sensors.
Operate traffic signal systems on local arterials and streets owned and operated by the municipality.
Operate traffic information devices, such as dynamic message signs and highway advisory radios.
Provide traffic and road network information to local transit agencies.
Provide traffic information to travelers via traffic information devices on roadways (e.g., DMS and HAR equipment), and through local ISPs and web sites.
Provide traffic information, such as road network conditions, to maintenance and construction agencies.
Provide traffic information, such as road network conditions, to public safety agencies.
Provide traffic information reports to other traffic management agencies.
Monitor the speeds of vehicles traveling through on the arterials.
Provide signal priority for transit vehicles.
Provide traffic information, such as road network conditions, to private traveler information systems and the media.
Monitor and control traffic information devices of other traffic management agencies, such as traffic signal controllers, during certain agreed upon conditions, such as specific hours or during specific emergencies.
GroveportProvide traffic information, such as road network conditions, to public safety agencies.
Provide maintenance information to travelers via the City of Columbus Paving the Way Website and private traveler information systems.
Collect traffic data from the traffic signal system sensors.
Monitor arterial surveillance cameras.
Perform network surveillance for incident detection and verification, and send traffic/incident information and traffic images to local and county public safety agencies and EOCs.
Operate traffic signal systems on local arterials and streets owned and operated by the municipality.
Provide traffic and road network information to local transit agencies.
Provide traffic information to travelers via traffic information devices on roadways (e.g., DMS and HAR equipment), and through local ISPs and web sites.
Provide signal priority for transit vehicles.
Provide traffic information, such as road network conditions, to private traveler information systems and the media.
Adjust signal timing patterns in response to incidents.
Interconnect with traffic signals operated by adjacent jurisdictions.
Monitor and control traffic information devices of other traffic management agencies, such as traffic signal controllers, during certain agreed upon conditions, such as specific hours or during specific emergencies.
Provide traffic information reports to other traffic management agencies.
Coordinate traffic signals at rail-intersection grade crossings.
Monitor the speeds of vehicles traveling through on the arterials.
Suggest a safe driving speed for vehicles traveling on the arterials.
Provide signal preemption for emergency vehicles.
Collect road weather information from field sensors.
Provide traffic information, such as road network conditions, to maintenance and construction agencies.
Operate traffic information devices, such as dynamic message signs and highway advisory radios.
HilliardProvide signal priority for transit vehicles.
Collect road weather information from field sensors.
Provide signal preemption for emergency vehicles.
Suggest a safe driving speed for vehicles traveling on the arterials.
Monitor the speeds of vehicles traveling through on the arterials.
Coordinate traffic signals at rail-intersection grade crossings.
Provide traffic information reports to other traffic management agencies.
Monitor and control traffic information devices of other traffic management agencies, such as traffic signal controllers, during certain agreed upon conditions, such as specific hours or during specific emergencies.
Interconnect with traffic signals operated by adjacent jurisdictions.
Provide traffic information, such as road network conditions, to public safety agencies.
Collect traffic data from the traffic signal system sensors.
Provide traffic information, such as road network conditions, to private traveler information systems and the media.
Provide maintenance information to travelers via the City of Columbus Paving the Way Website and private traveler information systems.
Monitor arterial surveillance cameras.
Perform network surveillance for incident detection and verification, and send traffic/incident information and traffic images to local and county public safety agencies and EOCs.
Adjust signal timing patterns in response to incidents.
Operate traffic signal systems on local arterials and streets owned and operated by the municipality.
Operate traffic information devices, such as dynamic message signs and highway advisory radios.
Provide traffic and road network information to local transit agencies.
Provide traffic information to travelers via traffic information devices on roadways (e.g., DMS and HAR equipment), and through local ISPs and web sites.
Provide traffic information, such as road network conditions, to maintenance and construction agencies.
Licking CountyMonitor the speeds of vehicles traveling through on the arterials.
Provide traffic and road network information to local transit agencies.
Collect traffic data from the traffic signal system sensors.
Monitor arterial surveillance cameras.
Perform network surveillance for incident detection and verification, and send traffic/incident information and traffic images to local and county public safety agencies and EOCs.
Adjust signal timing patterns in response to incidents.
Operate traffic signal systems on local arterials and streets owned and operated by the municipality.
Operate traffic information devices, such as dynamic message signs and highway advisory radios.
Provide maintenance information to travelers via the City of Columbus Paving the Way Website and private traveler information systems.
Provide traffic information to travelers via traffic information devices on roadways (e.g., DMS and HAR equipment), and through local ISPs and web sites.
Provide traffic information, such as road network conditions, to maintenance and construction agencies.
Provide traffic information, such as road network conditions, to private traveler information systems and the media.
Interconnect with traffic signals operated by adjacent jurisdictions.
Collect road weather information from field sensors.
Coordinate traffic signals at rail-intersection grade crossings.
Suggest a safe driving speed for vehicles traveling on the arterials.
Provide signal preemption for emergency vehicles.
Provide signal priority for transit vehicles.
Provide traffic information, such as road network conditions, to public safety agencies.
Provide traffic information reports to other traffic management agencies.
Monitor and control traffic information devices of other traffic management agencies, such as traffic signal controllers, during certain agreed upon conditions, such as specific hours or during specific emergencies.
Local Maintenance and Construction ProvidersProvide traffic information to travelers via traffic information devices on roadways (e.g., DMS and HAR equipment), and through local ISPs and web sites.
Provide traffic information, such as road network conditions, to private traveler information systems and the media.
Provide maintenance information to travelers via the City of Columbus Paving the Way Website and private traveler information systems.
Provide traffic and road network information to local transit agencies.
Provide traffic information, such as road network conditions, to maintenance and construction agencies.
Provide traffic information, such as road network conditions, to public safety agencies.
Operate traffic information devices, such as dynamic message signs and highway advisory radios.
Local Traffic Management GroupMonitor the speeds of vehicles traveling through on the arterials.
Perform network surveillance for incident detection and verification, and send traffic/incident information and traffic images to local and county public safety agencies and EOCs.
Provide signal preemption for emergency vehicles.
Collect traffic data from the traffic signal system sensors.
Collect road weather information from field sensors.
Suggest a safe driving speed for vehicles traveling on the arterials.
Provide signal priority for transit vehicles.
Coordinate traffic signals at rail-intersection grade crossings.
Provide traffic information reports to other traffic management agencies.
Monitor and control traffic information devices of other traffic management agencies, such as traffic signal controllers, during certain agreed upon conditions, such as specific hours or during specific emergencies.
Operate traffic information devices, such as dynamic message signs and highway advisory radios.
Adjust signal timing patterns in response to incidents.
Monitor arterial surveillance cameras.
Operate traffic signal systems on local arterials and streets owned and operated by the municipality.
Interconnect with traffic signals operated by adjacent jurisdictions.
Provide traffic and road network information to local transit agencies.
Provide traffic information to travelers via traffic information devices on roadways (e.g., DMS and HAR equipment), and through local ISPs and web sites.
Provide traffic information, such as road network conditions, to maintenance and construction agencies.
Provide traffic information, such as road network conditions, to private traveler information systems and the media.
Provide traffic information, such as road network conditions, to public safety agencies.
Marlboro Township(DEL)Suggest a safe driving speed for vehicles traveling on the arterials.
Collect road weather information from field sensors.
Coordinate traffic signals at rail-intersection grade crossings.
Provide traffic information reports to other traffic management agencies.
Monitor and control traffic information devices of other traffic management agencies, such as traffic signal controllers, during certain agreed upon conditions, such as specific hours or during specific emergencies.
Interconnect with traffic signals operated by adjacent jurisdictions.
Provide traffic information, such as road network conditions, to public safety agencies.
Provide signal preemption for emergency vehicles.
Provide traffic information, such as road network conditions, to private traveler information systems and the media.
Monitor the speeds of vehicles traveling through on the arterials.
Provide traffic information, such as road network conditions, to maintenance and construction agencies.
Provide traffic information to travelers via traffic information devices on roadways (e.g., DMS and HAR equipment), and through local ISPs and web sites.
Provide traffic and road network information to local transit agencies.
Operate traffic information devices, such as dynamic message signs and highway advisory radios.
Operate traffic signal systems on local arterials and streets owned and operated by the municipality.
Adjust signal timing patterns in response to incidents.
Perform network surveillance for incident detection and verification, and send traffic/incident information and traffic images to local and county public safety agencies and EOCs.
Collect traffic data from the traffic signal system sensors.
Provide signal priority for transit vehicles.
Provide maintenance information to travelers via the City of Columbus Paving the Way Website and private traveler information systems.
Monitor arterial surveillance cameras.
New AlbanyOperate traffic information devices, such as dynamic message signs and highway advisory radios.
Provide traffic information, such as road network conditions, to public safety agencies.
Provide signal priority for transit vehicles.
Provide maintenance information to travelers via the City of Columbus Paving the Way Website and private traveler information systems.
Collect traffic data from the traffic signal system sensors.
Monitor arterial surveillance cameras.
Perform network surveillance for incident detection and verification, and send traffic/incident information and traffic images to local and county public safety agencies and EOCs.
Adjust signal timing patterns in response to incidents.
Operate traffic signal systems on local arterials and streets owned and operated by the municipality.
Provide traffic and road network information to local transit agencies.
Provide traffic information to travelers via traffic information devices on roadways (e.g., DMS and HAR equipment), and through local ISPs and web sites.
Provide traffic information, such as road network conditions, to private traveler information systems and the media.
Interconnect with traffic signals operated by adjacent jurisdictions.
Monitor and control traffic information devices of other traffic management agencies, such as traffic signal controllers, during certain agreed upon conditions, such as specific hours or during specific emergencies.
Provide traffic information reports to other traffic management agencies.
Coordinate traffic signals at rail-intersection grade crossings.
Monitor the speeds of vehicles traveling through on the arterials.
Suggest a safe driving speed for vehicles traveling on the arterials.
Provide signal preemption for emergency vehicles.
Collect road weather information from field sensors.
Provide traffic information, such as road network conditions, to maintenance and construction agencies.
Ohio Department of Transportation (ODOT)Provide signal priority for transit vehicles.
Coordinate with Rail Operations
Provide signal preemption for emergency vehicles.
PataskalaAdjust signal timing patterns in response to incidents.
Monitor and control traffic information devices of other traffic management agencies, such as traffic signal controllers, during certain agreed upon conditions, such as specific hours or during specific emergencies.
Provide traffic information reports to other traffic management agencies.
Provide signal preemption for emergency vehicles.
Interconnect with traffic signals operated by adjacent jurisdictions.
Provide traffic information, such as road network conditions, to public safety agencies.
Provide traffic information, such as road network conditions, to private traveler information systems and the media.
Provide traffic information, such as road network conditions, to maintenance and construction agencies.
Provide traffic information to travelers via traffic information devices on roadways (e.g., DMS and HAR equipment), and through local ISPs and web sites.
Provide traffic and road network information to local transit agencies.
Operate traffic signal systems on local arterials and streets owned and operated by the municipality.
Suggest a safe driving speed for vehicles traveling on the arterials.
Monitor the speeds of vehicles traveling through on the arterials.
Operate traffic information devices, such as dynamic message signs and highway advisory radios.
Collect road weather information from field sensors.
Perform network surveillance for incident detection and verification, and send traffic/incident information and traffic images to local and county public safety agencies and EOCs.
Coordinate traffic signals at rail-intersection grade crossings.
Provide signal priority for transit vehicles.
Provide maintenance information to travelers via the City of Columbus Paving the Way Website and private traveler information systems.
Collect traffic data from the traffic signal system sensors.
Monitor arterial surveillance cameras.
PickeringtonAdjust signal timing patterns in response to incidents.
Provide traffic information, such as road network conditions, to maintenance and construction agencies.
Provide traffic information to travelers via traffic information devices on roadways (e.g., DMS and HAR equipment), and through local ISPs and web sites.
Coordinate traffic signals at rail-intersection grade crossings.
Provide traffic and road network information to local transit agencies.
Operate traffic information devices, such as dynamic message signs and highway advisory radios.
Operate traffic signal systems on local arterials and streets owned and operated by the municipality.
Provide traffic information, such as road network conditions, to private traveler information systems and the media.
Monitor the speeds of vehicles traveling through on the arterials.
Provide traffic information reports to other traffic management agencies.
Monitor and control traffic information devices of other traffic management agencies, such as traffic signal controllers, during certain agreed upon conditions, such as specific hours or during specific emergencies.
Provide maintenance information to travelers via the City of Columbus Paving the Way Website and private traveler information systems.
Provide traffic information, such as road network conditions, to public safety agencies.
Perform network surveillance for incident detection and verification, and send traffic/incident information and traffic images to local and county public safety agencies and EOCs.
Suggest a safe driving speed for vehicles traveling on the arterials.
Provide signal preemption for emergency vehicles.
Provide signal priority for transit vehicles.
Collect traffic data from the traffic signal system sensors.
Monitor arterial surveillance cameras.
Collect road weather information from field sensors.
Interconnect with traffic signals operated by adjacent jurisdictions.
PowellProvide traffic information, such as road network conditions, to maintenance and construction agencies.
Provide traffic information reports to other traffic management agencies.
Collect road weather information from field sensors.
Provide signal preemption for emergency vehicles.
Suggest a safe driving speed for vehicles traveling on the arterials.
Monitor the speeds of vehicles traveling through on the arterials.
Coordinate traffic signals at rail-intersection grade crossings.
Adjust signal timing patterns in response to incidents.
Provide maintenance information to travelers via the City of Columbus Paving the Way Website and private traveler information systems.
Collect traffic data from the traffic signal system sensors.
Monitor arterial surveillance cameras.
Monitor and control traffic information devices of other traffic management agencies, such as traffic signal controllers, during certain agreed upon conditions, such as specific hours or during specific emergencies.
Provide traffic information, such as road network conditions, to public safety agencies.
Provide signal priority for transit vehicles.
Perform network surveillance for incident detection and verification, and send traffic/incident information and traffic images to local and county public safety agencies and EOCs.
Operate traffic signal systems on local arterials and streets owned and operated by the municipality.
Operate traffic information devices, such as dynamic message signs and highway advisory radios.
Provide traffic and road network information to local transit agencies.
Provide traffic information to travelers via traffic information devices on roadways (e.g., DMS and HAR equipment), and through local ISPs and web sites.
Provide traffic information, such as road network conditions, to private traveler information systems and the media.
Interconnect with traffic signals operated by adjacent jurisdictions.
ReynoldsburgMonitor arterial surveillance cameras.
Provide traffic and road network information to local transit agencies.
Operate traffic information devices, such as dynamic message signs and highway advisory radios.
Provide traffic information, such as road network conditions, to maintenance and construction agencies.
Provide traffic information to travelers via traffic information devices on roadways (e.g., DMS and HAR equipment), and through local ISPs and web sites.
Operate traffic signal systems on local arterials and streets owned and operated by the municipality.
Provide traffic information, such as road network conditions, to private traveler information systems and the media.
Perform network surveillance for incident detection and verification, and send traffic/incident information and traffic images to local and county public safety agencies and EOCs.
Provide signal preemption for emergency vehicles.
Collect traffic data from the traffic signal system sensors.
Provide maintenance information to travelers via the City of Columbus Paving the Way Website and private traveler information systems.
Provide signal priority for transit vehicles.
Adjust signal timing patterns in response to incidents.
Provide traffic information, such as road network conditions, to public safety agencies.
Interconnect with traffic signals operated by adjacent jurisdictions.
Monitor and control traffic information devices of other traffic management agencies, such as traffic signal controllers, during certain agreed upon conditions, such as specific hours or during specific emergencies.
Provide traffic information reports to other traffic management agencies.
Coordinate traffic signals at rail-intersection grade crossings.
Suggest a safe driving speed for vehicles traveling on the arterials.
Collect road weather information from field sensors.
Monitor the speeds of vehicles traveling through on the arterials.
The Ohio State UniversityCollect traffic data from the traffic signal system sensors.
Monitor arterial surveillance cameras.
Provide maintenance information to travelers via the City of Columbus Paving the Way Website and private traveler information systems.
Perform network surveillance for incident detection and verification, and send traffic/incident information and traffic images to local and county public safety agencies and EOCs.
Adjust signal timing patterns in response to incidents.
Operate traffic signal systems on local arterials and streets owned and operated by the municipality.
Upper ArlingtonMonitor and control traffic information devices of other traffic management agencies, such as traffic signal controllers, during certain agreed upon conditions, such as specific hours or during specific emergencies.
Provide traffic information, such as road network conditions, to public safety agencies.
Provide signal priority for transit vehicles.
Provide maintenance information to travelers via the City of Columbus Paving the Way Website and private traveler information systems.
Collect traffic data from the traffic signal system sensors.
Monitor arterial surveillance cameras.
Perform network surveillance for incident detection and verification, and send traffic/incident information and traffic images to local and county public safety agencies and EOCs.
Adjust signal timing patterns in response to incidents.
Operate traffic signal systems on local arterials and streets owned and operated by the municipality.
Operate traffic information devices, such as dynamic message signs and highway advisory radios.
Provide traffic and road network information to local transit agencies.
Provide traffic information to travelers via traffic information devices on roadways (e.g., DMS and HAR equipment), and through local ISPs and web sites.
Coordinate traffic signals at rail-intersection grade crossings.
Provide traffic information, such as road network conditions, to private traveler information systems and the media.
Interconnect with traffic signals operated by adjacent jurisdictions.
Provide traffic information reports to other traffic management agencies.
Monitor the speeds of vehicles traveling through on the arterials.
Suggest a safe driving speed for vehicles traveling on the arterials.
Provide signal preemption for emergency vehicles.
Collect road weather information from field sensors.
Provide traffic information, such as road network conditions, to maintenance and construction agencies.
Village of Marble CliffPerform network surveillance for incident detection and verification, and send traffic/incident information and traffic images to local and county public safety agencies and EOCs.
Interconnect with traffic signals operated by adjacent jurisdictions.
Provide signal priority for transit vehicles.
Provide maintenance information to travelers via the City of Columbus Paving the Way Website and private traveler information systems.
Collect traffic data from the traffic signal system sensors.
Monitor arterial surveillance cameras.
Monitor and control traffic information devices of other traffic management agencies, such as traffic signal controllers, during certain agreed upon conditions, such as specific hours or during specific emergencies.
Collect road weather information from field sensors.
Provide signal preemption for emergency vehicles.
Suggest a safe driving speed for vehicles traveling on the arterials.
Monitor the speeds of vehicles traveling through on the arterials.
Coordinate traffic signals at rail-intersection grade crossings.
Provide traffic information reports to other traffic management agencies.
Provide traffic information, such as road network conditions, to public safety agencies.
Provide traffic information, such as road network conditions, to maintenance and construction agencies.
Provide traffic and road network information to local transit agencies.
Operate traffic information devices, such as dynamic message signs and highway advisory radios.
Operate traffic signal systems on local arterials and streets owned and operated by the municipality.
Adjust signal timing patterns in response to incidents.
Provide traffic information to travelers via traffic information devices on roadways (e.g., DMS and HAR equipment), and through local ISPs and web sites.
Provide traffic information, such as road network conditions, to private traveler information systems and the media.
Village of Minerva ParkProvide signal preemption for emergency vehicles.
Interconnect with traffic signals operated by adjacent jurisdictions.
Provide traffic information, such as road network conditions, to public safety agencies.
Provide traffic information, such as road network conditions, to private traveler information systems and the media.
Provide traffic information, such as road network conditions, to maintenance and construction agencies.
Provide traffic information to travelers via traffic information devices on roadways (e.g., DMS and HAR equipment), and through local ISPs and web sites.
Provide traffic and road network information to local transit agencies.
Collect road weather information from field sensors.
Adjust signal timing patterns in response to incidents.
Provide traffic information reports to other traffic management agencies.
Coordinate traffic signals at rail-intersection grade crossings.
Operate traffic information devices, such as dynamic message signs and highway advisory radios.
Operate traffic signal systems on local arterials and streets owned and operated by the municipality.
Provide signal priority for transit vehicles.
Monitor the speeds of vehicles traveling through on the arterials.
Suggest a safe driving speed for vehicles traveling on the arterials.
Perform network surveillance for incident detection and verification, and send traffic/incident information and traffic images to local and county public safety agencies and EOCs.
Monitor arterial surveillance cameras.
Collect traffic data from the traffic signal system sensors.
Provide maintenance information to travelers via the City of Columbus Paving the Way Website and private traveler information systems.
Monitor and control traffic information devices of other traffic management agencies, such as traffic signal controllers, during certain agreed upon conditions, such as specific hours or during specific emergencies.
Village of ObetzProvide traffic information, such as road network conditions, to maintenance and construction agencies.
Monitor and control traffic information devices of other traffic management agencies, such as traffic signal controllers, during certain agreed upon conditions, such as specific hours or during specific emergencies.
Provide traffic information reports to other traffic management agencies.
Provide traffic information to travelers via traffic information devices on roadways (e.g., DMS and HAR equipment), and through local ISPs and web sites.
Coordinate traffic signals at rail-intersection grade crossings.
Monitor the speeds of vehicles traveling through on the arterials.
Provide traffic information, such as road network conditions, to private traveler information systems and the media.
Provide signal preemption for emergency vehicles.
Collect traffic data from the traffic signal system sensors.
Collect road weather information from field sensors.
Suggest a safe driving speed for vehicles traveling on the arterials.
Operate traffic signal systems on local arterials and streets owned and operated by the municipality.
Adjust signal timing patterns in response to incidents.
Monitor arterial surveillance cameras.
Provide maintenance information to travelers via the City of Columbus Paving the Way Website and private traveler information systems.
Provide traffic information, such as road network conditions, to public safety agencies.
Provide signal priority for transit vehicles.
Provide traffic and road network information to local transit agencies.
Interconnect with traffic signals operated by adjacent jurisdictions.
Operate traffic information devices, such as dynamic message signs and highway advisory radios.
Perform network surveillance for incident detection and verification, and send traffic/incident information and traffic images to local and county public safety agencies and EOCs.
Violet Township(FAI)Provide traffic information, such as road network conditions, to public safety agencies.
Provide traffic information to travelers via traffic information devices on roadways (e.g., DMS and HAR equipment), and through local ISPs and web sites.
Provide signal priority for transit vehicles.
Provide maintenance information to travelers via the City of Columbus Paving the Way Website and private traveler information systems.
Collect traffic data from the traffic signal system sensors.
Monitor arterial surveillance cameras.
Perform network surveillance for incident detection and verification, and send traffic/incident information and traffic images to local and county public safety agencies and EOCs.
Adjust signal timing patterns in response to incidents.
Operate traffic signal systems on local arterials and streets owned and operated by the municipality.
Monitor and control traffic information devices of other traffic management agencies, such as traffic signal controllers, during certain agreed upon conditions, such as specific hours or during specific emergencies.
Provide traffic and road network information to local transit agencies.
Collect road weather information from field sensors.
Provide traffic information, such as road network conditions, to maintenance and construction agencies.
Provide traffic information, such as road network conditions, to private traveler information systems and the media.
Interconnect with traffic signals operated by adjacent jurisdictions.
Provide traffic information reports to other traffic management agencies.
Coordinate traffic signals at rail-intersection grade crossings.
Monitor the speeds of vehicles traveling through on the arterials.
Suggest a safe driving speed for vehicles traveling on the arterials.
Provide signal preemption for emergency vehicles.
Operate traffic information devices, such as dynamic message signs and highway advisory radios.
WestervilleProvide traffic information to travelers via traffic information devices on roadways (e.g., DMS and HAR equipment), and through local ISPs and web sites.
Collect traffic data from the traffic signal system sensors.
Provide maintenance information to travelers via the City of Columbus Paving the Way Website and private traveler information systems.
Provide signal priority for transit vehicles.
Perform network surveillance for incident detection and verification, and send traffic/incident information and traffic images to local and county public safety agencies and EOCs.
Monitor arterial surveillance cameras.
Monitor the speeds of vehicles traveling through on the arterials.
Operate traffic signal systems on local arterials and streets owned and operated by the municipality.
Adjust signal timing patterns in response to incidents.
Provide traffic and road network information to local transit agencies.
Suggest a safe driving speed for vehicles traveling on the arterials.
Provide traffic information, such as road network conditions, to maintenance and construction agencies.
Provide traffic information, such as road network conditions, to private traveler information systems and the media.
Provide traffic information, such as road network conditions, to public safety agencies.
Interconnect with traffic signals operated by adjacent jurisdictions.
Monitor and control traffic information devices of other traffic management agencies, such as traffic signal controllers, during certain agreed upon conditions, such as specific hours or during specific emergencies.
Provide traffic information reports to other traffic management agencies.
Coordinate traffic signals at rail-intersection grade crossings.
Collect road weather information from field sensors.
Provide signal preemption for emergency vehicles.
Operate traffic information devices, such as dynamic message signs and highway advisory radios.
WhitehallOperate traffic information devices, such as dynamic message signs and highway advisory radios.
Monitor arterial surveillance cameras.
Provide signal priority for transit vehicles.
Provide traffic information to travelers via traffic information devices on roadways (e.g., DMS and HAR equipment), and through local ISPs and web sites.
Collect traffic data from the traffic signal system sensors.
Perform network surveillance for incident detection and verification, and send traffic/incident information and traffic images to local and county public safety agencies and EOCs.
Adjust signal timing patterns in response to incidents.
Operate traffic signal systems on local arterials and streets owned and operated by the municipality.
Provide traffic and road network information to local transit agencies.
Provide traffic information, such as road network conditions, to maintenance and construction agencies.
Provide traffic information, such as road network conditions, to private traveler information systems and the media.
Provide traffic information, such as road network conditions, to public safety agencies.
Collect road weather information from field sensors.
Monitor and control traffic information devices of other traffic management agencies, such as traffic signal controllers, during certain agreed upon conditions, such as specific hours or during specific emergencies.
Provide traffic information reports to other traffic management agencies.
Coordinate traffic signals at rail-intersection grade crossings.
Monitor the speeds of vehicles traveling through on the arterials.
Suggest a safe driving speed for vehicles traveling on the arterials.
Provide signal preemption for emergency vehicles.
Provide maintenance information to travelers via the City of Columbus Paving the Way Website and private traveler information systems.
Interconnect with traffic signals operated by adjacent jurisdictions.
WorthingtonOperate traffic signal systems on local arterials and streets owned and operated by the municipality.
Adjust signal timing patterns in response to incidents.
Perform network surveillance for incident detection and verification, and send traffic/incident information and traffic images to local and county public safety agencies and EOCs.
Monitor arterial surveillance cameras.
Collect traffic data from the traffic signal system sensors.
Operate traffic information devices, such as dynamic message signs and highway advisory radios.
Provide maintenance information to travelers via the City of Columbus Paving the Way Website and private traveler information systems.
Monitor and control traffic information devices of other traffic management agencies, such as traffic signal controllers, during certain agreed upon conditions, such as specific hours or during specific emergencies.
Provide signal priority for transit vehicles.
Monitor the speeds of vehicles traveling through on the arterials.
Provide traffic and road network information to local transit agencies.
Provide traffic information to travelers via traffic information devices on roadways (e.g., DMS and HAR equipment), and through local ISPs and web sites.
Provide traffic information, such as road network conditions, to maintenance and construction agencies.
Interconnect with traffic signals operated by adjacent jurisdictions.
Provide traffic information reports to other traffic management agencies.
Coordinate traffic signals at rail-intersection grade crossings.
Provide signal preemption for emergency vehicles.
Collect road weather information from field sensors.
Suggest a safe driving speed for vehicles traveling on the arterials.
Provide traffic information, such as road network conditions, to private traveler information systems and the media.
Provide traffic information, such as road network conditions, to public safety agencies.