Congestion Mitigation Using Connected Vehicle Signal Priority

A real-world application in San Diego, California

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Don't worry, you can still catch the webinar on demand.  Listen as we walk through a real-world application of connected vehicle signal priority to mitigate congestion for the California Energy Commission and the Port of San Diego Freight Priority System.

Iteris' Frank Provenzano will share how a Freight Signal Priority (FSP) system utilizing the BlueTOAD travel time and connected vehicle management system with the BlueARGUS traffic data analytics software can provide the foundation for an integrated safety and mobility strategy. This presentation will also demonstrate how transportation agencies can quickly realize congestion management benefits.

In this webinar, you will learn how to:

  • Manage travel times using before-and-after studies, as well as travel time reliability and origin/destination studies
  • Analyze vehicle stops to reduce carbon emissions
  • Monitor authorized connected vehicles to determine peak-hour roadway usage

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Speaker

Frank Provenzano
Director, Product Management
BlueTOAD Travel Time and Connected Vehicles
Iteris

Frank Provenzano has worked in the ITS industry for more than 25 years. His focus is on connected vehicle products and services.

Austin Harney
District Sales Manager, Iteris

Austin Harney is the district sales manager for Iteris handling the Northern California region. He is interested in connected vehicles and the future of transportation as it relates to cities and Councils of Governments