Planned or special events
Work zones, parades, or even a local fun run can cause significant disruptions to overall traffic flow. Utilizing TSMO strategies however that focus on planning, coordination and actual execution of such events can minimize the impact they have.
|Active traffic management||High||High||Medium|
|Agreement & policy development||Low||Low||High|
|Dynamic lane assignment||Medium||High||Medium|
|Parallel route usage & improvements||High||High||High|
|Planned event or incident signal timing||Medium||Medium||Medium|
|Proactive signal timing review & optimization||Medium||Medium||Low|
|Signal timing review & optimization||Low||Medium||Low|
|Special & planned event management||Medium||Medium||High|
|Traffic management center||High||High||High|
|Transit funding during construction||Medium||Low||High|
|Traveler information via 511 telephone, social media & web applications||Medium||High||High|
|Variable message signs||Medium||Medium||Medium|
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