THE PROSPECT AND GOWANUS EXPRESSWAY CORRIDORS TRANSPORTATION SYSTEMS MANAGEMENT (TSM) PROJECT
infrastructure - bus/tram lane, infrastructure - bus/tram priority, infrastructure - vehicle, mode - bus, mode - carpool, operations - traffic, organisation - management, planning - signage/information, policy - congestion, ridership - commuting, technology - intelligent transport systems, technology - passenger information
Vehicular traffic control, Variable message signs, TSM, Traveler information and communication systems, Transportation systems management, Transportation system management, Transportation corridors, Traffic management (Traffic control), Traffic corridors, Traffic congestion, Technological innovations, Street traffic control, State of New York, State departments of transportation, RTI, Roadwork, Road transport informatics, Road maintenance, Reconstruction, Rebuilding, Real time operations, Real time control, Priority lanes, Passenger information systems, Passenger information, New York (State), Limited access highways, IVHS, ITS (Intelligent transportation systems), Intelligent vehicle highway systems, Intelligent transportation systems, Information systems, Incident detection, HOV lanes, Highway traffic control, Highway maintenance, High occupancy vehicle lanes, Gridlock (Traffic), Expressways, Express highways, Dynamic message signs, Diamond lanes, Corridors (Transportation), Changeable message signs, Carpool lanes, Bus lanes, ATT, Advanced transport telematics, Advanced technology, Advanced systems
The Prospect and Gowanus Expressway Interchange project is a major milestone for the New York State Department of Transportation (NYSDOT). With its design consultant, NYSDOT developed innovative transportation systems management (TSM) strategies and used cutting-edge technology to successfully manage corridor traffic during reconstruction of one of the country's busiest highway facilities. TSM measures included intelligent transportation systems (ITS) along both expressways, a contra-flow bus/high occupancy vehicle (HOV) 2+ lane on the Gowanus Expressway, on-site incident removal (tow trucks and police), and real-time information to motorists via variable message signs. The extensive ITS technologies deployed for construction included extensive detection capabilities and combined functionalities of advanced traveler information systems, advanced traffic management systems, and a bus/HOV lane.
Maitino, R. (1998). THE PROSPECT AND GOWANUS EXPRESSWAY CORRIDORS TRANSPORTATION SYSTEMS MANAGEMENT (TSM) PROJECT. ITE Journal, Volume 68, Issue 9, p. 46-47.