Overview Edit

The Regional Integrated Transportation Information System (RITIS) program in the Washington, D.C., area is an example of data integration that allows for improved traffic operations, incident management, and traveler information.[1] RITIS is a system that compiles data across modes of transportation from agencies throughout the metropolitan area, including data on incidents, weather, managed lane status, signal status, and data from public safety computer-aided dispatch systems. RITIS then standardizes these data, and makes them available to participating agencies.[2]

References Edit

  1. RITIS was developed by the University of Maryland's Center for Advanced Transportation Technology Laboratory starting in 2006 with funding from various, mostly public, sources.
  2. Intelligent Transportation Systems: Improved DOT Collaboration and Communication Could Enhance the Use of Technology to Manage Congestion, at 17.

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