The Collaborative Advantage: Realizing the Tangible Benefits of Regional Transportation Operations Collaboration
A Reference Manual
U.S. Department of Transportation
Federal Highway Administration
Office of Operations
Table of Contents
3.1 Follow the Money
3.2 Get Smart
3.3 With One Voice
3.4 On the Same Page
3.5 Measuring Up
3.6 You Ought to Know
3.7 Can You Hear Me Now?
3.8 Sharing the Wealth
3.9 Building Economies of Scale
3.10 All Together Now
Hampton Roads ITS Committee
High Plains Corridor Coalition
Merced County Transit—"The Bus"
Vancouver Area Smart Trek (VAST)
Denver Region Traffic Signal System Improvement Program (TSSIP)
Niagara International Transportation Technology Coalition (NITTEC)
Maryland National Capital Region—Regional Operations Coordination Committee (ROCC)
Virginia, Minnesota, Transportation Operations Communications Center (TOCC)
List of Figures
List of Tables
Table 1. Illustrative measures for benefits associated with collaborative strategies and actions.
Table 2: Snapshot of an agency's goal, objective, and measure of effectiveness.
Table 3. Description of needed resources for achieving agency's goal and objective.
Table 4. Example of sources for an agency's needed resources.
Table 5. Example showing the options for obtaining needed resources through collaboration or alone.
Table 6. Example of tracking strategies used to obtain needed resources.
Table 7. A quick illustration of items that may be on an agency's annual report about the benefits of a collaborative activity.