Engineering and Construction

Systems Technology

Noteworthy

Award Date Description
Government Innovation Award Public Sector Innovation 2018 For Wrong Way Driver Detection System from GCN
Arizona Transportation Partnering Award 2010 For partnering efforts related to FMS Phase 12B (Loop 101, Pima Freeway, from SR 51 to to Princess Drive)
Partnering Excellence January 2010 Regional Community Network (RCN) project, awarded partnering excellence award. See article, pages 5 and 11, January 2010 TRANSend
2008 ITS Arizona
Best ITS Implementation
Winter 2009 For posting Travel Times on Dynamic Message Signs.
2008 ITS Arizona
Best ITS Plan
Winter 2009 For Emergency Vehicle Infrastructure Integration (E-VII) plan.

Documents

Title Description

ADOT System Wide Ramp Metering Evaluation (2.3MB)

Final project report published in November 2013 by the project team

DMS Travel Time Evaluation Report

Report on multiyear study of posting travel times on DMS

RCN Newsletter 1 (Fall 2008) (400KB)
RCN Newsletter 2 (Fall 2009) (400KB)

Regional Community Network, connecting agencies in Maricopa County



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