Freeway Management for Central Ohio Regional ITS Architecture Roles and Responsibilities

StakeholderRole and Responsibility
Columbus Traffic Management GroupMonitor and control highway traffic with traffic sensors, ramp meters and lane control signals.
Suggest a safe driving speed for vehicles traveling on the highway or state-owned arterials.
Collect traffic data from highway 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.
Provide traffic information to travelers via the state DOT website, 511 system, information service providers, and the media.
Operate traffic information devices, such as dynamic message signs and highway advisory radios.
Provide traffic information to travelers via traffic information devices on state-owned roadways (e.g., DMS and HAR equipment), and through local ISPs and web sites.
Provide traffic information, such as road network conditions, information to transit agencies.
Monitor the speeds of vehicles traveling on the highway or state-owned arterials.
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.
Monitor and control traffic information devices of other traffic management agencies, such as dynamic message signs, during certain agreed upon conditions, such as specific hours or during specific emergencies.
Provide traffic information in a coordinated effort to the statewide TMC, state traveler information system and other traffic management agencies.
Provide traffic information reports to other traffic management agencies.
Provide traffic information, such as road network conditions, to information service providers.
Monitor highway surveillance cameras.
Ohio Department of Transportation (ODOT)Provide traffic information, such as road network conditions, information to transit agencies.
Provide traffic information to travelers via traffic information devices on state-owned roadways (e.g., DMS and HAR equipment), and through local ISPs and web sites.
Operate traffic information devices, such as dynamic message signs and highway advisory radios.
Monitor and control highway traffic with traffic sensors, ramp meters and lane control signals.
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 highway system sensors.
Provide traffic information, such as road network conditions, to information service providers.
Monitor highway surveillance cameras.
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.
Monitor and control traffic information devices of other traffic management agencies, such as dynamic message signs, during certain agreed upon conditions, such as specific hours or during specific emergencies.
Provide traffic information in a coordinated effort to the statewide TMC, state traveler information system and other traffic management agencies.
Provide traffic information reports to other traffic management agencies.
Monitor the speeds of vehicles traveling on the highway or state-owned arterials.
Provide traffic information to travelers via the state DOT website, 511 system, information service providers, and the media.
Collect road weather information from field sensors.
Suggest a safe driving speed for vehicles traveling on the highway or state-owned arterials.