The following resources provide more information and reference materials regarding the FTE RITSA and the content on this website.
FTE RITSA Conversion Report: The FTE RITSA Conversion Report records the changes made to the FTE RITSA resulting from the conversion to ARC-IT Version 9.0.
FTE RITSA RAD-IT Database:
The FTE RITSA Regional Architecture Development for Intelligent Transportation (RAD-IT) database is available for download.
This database requires the RAD-IT software in order to use the FTE RITSA content.
The FTE RITSA RAD-IT Database is downloaded as a zipped/compressed file and the user must extract the file or unzip it before attempting to open the file with the RAD-IT software.
The RAD-IT software is available at the Architecture Reference for Cooperative and Intelligent Transportation (ARC-IT) website
ITS Architecture Change Request Form:
Use ITS Architecture Change Request Form to submit any architecture changes that need to be made. Follow the instructions on the form for submittal.
Planning References: The following are links to supporting planning resources.
FTE RITSA Major Update Final Report:
The FTE RITSA Major Update Final Report, dated August 20, 2020,
documents the changes made to the FTE RITSA in response to the inputs gathered from Stakeholders during the Review and Workshop events.
ITS Architecture and Tool Training Materials
The US DOT's Architecture Reference for Cooperative and Intelligent Transportation (ARC-IT) Version 9.0 was used as the reference architecture.
The ARC-IT website can be found at https://www.arc-it.net/.
- ITS Architecture training materials are available on-line at the US DOT's
Architecture Reference for Cooperative and Intelligent Transportation (ARC-IT) website at
These materials support the processes for ITS architecture use.
- ITS Architecture Tools, namely the Regional Architecture Development for Intelligent Transportation (RAD-IT), are available for download from the US DOT's ARC-IT website at
RAD-IT can be used to explore the RITSA content and tailor project definition using the RITSA as a reference.
FDOT Systems Engineering and ITS Architecture Procedure
The FDOT Systems Engineering and ITS Architecture Procedure (750-040-003-c) defines the procedure to address compliance with federal regulations in the Code of
Federal Regulations (CFR) Title 23, Part 940, and CFR Title 23, Section 450.306(g) regarding systems engineering and ITS architecture.
The Florida ITS Architectures are resource supporting this procedure.
Last Updated 3/22/2022