CVO Presentation_Jan 2003.ppt

CVO Presentation_Jan 2003.ppt

Solutions to Transportatio n Challenge s An FHWA, FMCSA, FTA & MUTCD Technical Assistance Program Overview FREE ITS Technical Assistance Program Sponsored by the FHWA, FMCSA, & FTA The program provides free technical assistance for the planning, design, deployment, operations and management of ITS technologies and infrastructures. Supports ITS Deployment through Knowledge/Technology Transfers

Short term assistance (typically 3 days) Specific to your local ITS efforts Majority of Assistance provided via Peers Goals of the ITS Peer-to-Peer Program Deliver Technical Assistance Facilitate ITS Implementation Solve Transportation Challenges Enhance the safety and efficiency of the nations multi-modal transportation system ... Program Peers Over 200 ITS Professionals: Practitioners, consultants

Experts in their field USDOT - approved All across USA Demonstrated success Technical, Procedural, Decisions Issues similar to yours Matched to your needs and schedule CVO/CVISN Peers [sample listing] KY Transportation Cabinet Tim Adams, Jeff Bibb Washington State DOT

Tim Erickson, Doug Deckert, Jim Stuart Alaska DOT Bill Quinn Connecticut DMV Lt. Rudy Supina Peer Database Entry Screen Peer Database Contact Screen Peer Database Query Result Screen

Safety Assuran ce Credentials Administratio n Electronic Screening Commercial Vehicle Operations Carrier Operation s

Program Customers State DOTs Turnpike, Thruway, Tollway, Ports & Similar Agencies State Motor Carrier Regulatory Agencies Department of Motor Vehicles, Public Safety, Environment (HazMat), MC Enforcement Affiliated / Partner Agencies State Police, Other Law Enforcement Transit Agencies / Departments MPOs Elected and Appointed Officials Transportation Professional Groups & Associations Other Public Sector Entities How Can We Help YOU? Short Term Assistance in:

Planning & Programming Components & Systems Architecture & Standards Decisions Awareness & Education Staff, Decision Makers, Public Implementations

Design & Engineering Software & Hardware Procurement, Finance Operations & Maintenance Troubleshooting, Retrofits, Refinements Examples of Assistance Resource Materials Location (reports, studies, etc.) Partnerships/Cost Sharing Issues Review of Technical and/or Proposal Documents Implementation Guidance Alternative Approaches Identification

Information on Other Systems Technical Guidance Hardware & Software Financial & Programmatic Assessments Procurement Specs, Approaches, Samples O & M Needs, Plans, Costs, Benefits Education Roundtables, Workshops Delivery of Assistance Consultations at Your Site Visits to Successful Sites Workshops, Roundtables Speakers & Facilitators Off-site Reviews Telephone & Video Conferences Telephone Referrals & Information Sample Materials

Commercial Vehicle Oriented Assistance: Provide expertise to solve problems for primary targets (state DOTs, MPOs, associated agencies), which in turn can appease secondary targets (motor carriers, trade associations, and interest groups.) Provide a means for continued FMCSA involvement in state activities Provide a forum for technical/knowledge exchanges that will assist states to with CVISN compliance and the challenges beyond Make available the assistance of non-federal experts that can offer lessons learned on a first hand basis Political Issues (border crossing, etc.) Training, software development and license sharing, site visits

Sample Success Success Stories are summaries of requests that have Stories accomplished set goals and enabled the requesting agency to move closer to a successful deployment or improve an existing system. The summaries are complied quarterly and used to market the Program and its abilities. All involved parties are contacted prior to publication to grant permission for the use of their name as well as that of their agency. Oklahoma Tax Commission Site-Visit Challenge: Discuss and understand Marylands International Registration

Program (IRP) and determine if Oklahoma can utilize/adopt the system as a starting point for the IRP development work on the electronic credentialing portion of the CVISN project. Peers: Outcome: Penny Williams, Oklahoma Tax Commission Gene Gilstrap, Oklahoma Tax Commission Rod Stephens, Oklahoma Tax Commission Keith Gage, Oklahoma Tax Commission The Oklahoma Tax Commission group visited the State of Maryland and

met with various representatives that provided detailed information and helped the visitors to achieve their goals. The initial decision was that Oklahoma plans to use at least the databases in Marylands system, with future consideration to adopt the entire system. The two states will most likely work together in the future on this project task and its legislative matters. Louisiana and Mississippi DOTs CVISN Programs Challenge: Apply lessons learned in deploying CVISN technologies statewide and relate CVISN Architecture functions and standards.

Peers: Tim Erickson (Washington State DOT) Doug Deckert (Washington State DOT) -Overview of Washington States CVISN Program. -Discussed functionality and adaptability of the CVISN Architecture. -Presented data transfer, storage and screening methods. -Described adaptability, technical and management challenges. -Identified possible funding opportunities. Outcome: Members of the Louisiana and Mississippi CVISN teams and law enforcement personnel will use elements of Washington States experience to draft statewide CVISN deployment

plans. The peers will assist the requestors with future CVISN efforts. Alabama CVISN Training Challenge: Share lessons learned during a CVISN Training and Scope preparing their Peers: Workshop in an effort to assist the state with own CVISN design plans. Janie Light, Texas DOT -Presented an Overview of Texas CVISN Experience.

-Discussed integration, policies, cost-benefit analysis, and status of CVIEW. Outcome: as a result The state of AL is more prepared to proceed with design plans of the Peer information which included: -Recommendations to enhance safety screening criteria, including safety assurance and safety information exchange. -Development of operational scenarios for Safety, Information Sharing, Credential Administration, and Electronic Screening. -Description of Texas Inspection Stations

-Description of Texas version of CVIEW and the cost to develop the system -Process to develop the Texas CVISN Program Access Customer Customer Direct: Call (888) 700 - PEER FHWA FHWA/ /FTA FTA/ /FMCSA FMCSA

(7337) Finalize Needs & Deliver Assistance Follow-up Follow-up &&Evaluate Evaluate Feedback Feedback Peer-to-Peer Peer-to-PeerProgram Program

Referral: HQ, Region, Resource Ctr, Division, FMCSA Offices How to Get the Peer-to-Peer Program Working for YOU Call: (888) 700 - PEER (7337) Kim Leduc, Program Coordinator Fax: (410) 424 - 2300 Electronic Mail: [email protected] Consult: FMCSA or other USDOT Representative Mail: Intelligent Transportation Peer-to-Peer Program

c/o Michael Baker Jr., Inc 801 Cromwell Park Drive, Suite 110 Glen Burnie, Maryland 21061

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