FDOT District 2 Regional ITS Architecture (Final)

ITS Inventory


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Many stakeholders develop, operate, or maintain ITS elements in the FDOT D2 region. The ITS Architecture inventory is an alphabetical listing of the stakeholder ITS elements. Each ITS element is hotlinked to a page with specific details for that ITS element.

ElementDescription
911 Emergency Call Centers Represents the various county and local call taker systems that handle 911 calls. This includes the FHP, county sheriffs, and many local police call taker systems. It also includes E911 systems.
Alachua County Field Equipment Represents the ITS field equipment owned by Alachua County, including traffic signals, vehicle detectors, CCTV cameras, dynamic message signs, etc., to control and monitor traffic.
Amtrak Passenger Train Terminal Amtrak passenger train terminals located in the State of Florida.
Archived Data User Systems Users of archived data.
CHEMTREC CHEMTREC (CHEMical TRansportation Emergency Center) was established by the chemical industry as a public service hotline for fire fighters, law enforcement, and other emergency responders to obtain information and assistance for emergency incidents involving chemicals and hazardous materials.
City of Gainesville Field Equipment Represents the ITS field equipment operated by the City of Gainesville, including traffic signals, vehicle detectors, CCTV cameras, dynamic message signs, etc., to control and monitor traffic.
City of Gainesville Regional Transit System The passenger bus system that operates in Gainesville, Florida.
City of Gainesville Smartraffic Website The City of Gainesville Smartraffic website disseminates traffic information to the traveling public, including travel times, cameras, and traveler alerts.
City of Jacksonville Department of Environmental Resources A department of the City of Jacksonville responsible for protecting the environment of Jacksonville and Duval County. Called to manage and assist in HAZMAT incidents.
City of Jacksonville Field Equipment Represents the ITS field equipment operated by the Jacksonville, including traffic signals, vehicle detectors, CCTV cameras, dynamic message signs, etc., to control and monitor traffic.
City of Jacksonville Fire/Rescue Dispatch Fire and rescue dispatch center for the City of Jacksonville and Duval County. The dispatch center provides call taking, communications, and dispatch functions. Note that there are multiple fire districts in some counties. In these cases, there is an overall county-wide dispatch operation that dispatches ambulances and other assets and independent dispatch operations for each of the other districts in the county.
City of Jacksonville Fire/Rescue Vehicles Represents the ITS-devices (i.e., mobile data terminals) onboard the City of Jacksonville fire trucks, fire apparatus, and other rescue vehicles.
City of Jacksonville Motor Pool Motor garage for the maintenance of the City of Jacksonville's maintenance and construction vehicles.
City of Jacksonville Parking System Represents the parking system for the City of Jacksonville, operated by a third party vendor. The parking system includes traveler information, via an app, as well as sensors to detect open spaces.
City of Jacksonville Public Works Right-of-Way and Stormwater Maintenance Division Represents the Right-of-Way and Stormwater Division of the City of Jacksonville Public Works.
City of Jacksonville Public Works Right-of-Way and Stormwater Maintenance Division Field Equipment Represents field equipment operated by the City of Jacksonville Public Works Right-of-Way and Stormwater Division, including RWIS and other weather-related sensors.
City of Jacksonville Sheriff Vehicles Represents the ITS-devices (i.e., mobile data terminals) onboard the City of Jacksonville Sheriffs vehicles.
City of Jacksonville Sheriffs Dispatch Represents the sheriff dispatch operations operating in the city of Jacksonville and Duval County. The dispatch center provides call taking, communications, and dispatch functions.
City of Jacksonville Traffic Management Center Also dispatches traffic signal maintenance
City of Palatka Field Equipment Represents the ITS field equipment (traffic controllers, detectors, traffic control devices, and driver information systems) operated by the City of Palatka that monitor and controls traffic.
City of Palatka Traffic Signal System The traffic signal control and management system operated by the City of Palatka.
City of St. Augustine Field Equipment Represents field equipment owned by the City of St. Augustine.
City of St. Augustine Parking Management System This parking management system will manage beach and downtown parking in the City of St. Augustine. This system will include traveler information and transit connections to allow patrons to find parking in St. Augustine.
Clay County Field Equipment Represents the ITS field equipment operated by Clay County, including traffic signals, vehicle detectors, CCTV cameras, dynamic message signs, etc., to control and monitor traffic.
Clay County Signal Control System This represents the signal control system that will operate in Clay County.
Commercial Vehicle Privately owned commercial vehicles. Included in the architecture to cover HAZMAT incident reporting.
County and City Public Information System Generic element representing the public information office systems that are operated by county and local governments. They provide information on road closures and other important traveler information in the region.
County and City PWD Vehicles Generic element representing the ITS-devices (i.e., mobile data terminals) onboard the maintenance vehicles operated by county or city maintenance organizations.
County and City Roadway Maintenance and Construction Systems Generic element representing the road maintenance and construction systems operating in the region. This includes local, municipal and county maintenance departments.
County and Local Asset Management Systems This element represents asset management databases or systems operated by county or municipal agencies.
County and Local Drawbridge Systems Miami-based US Coast Guard determines schedule for bridge openings and closings based on marine traffic and weather conditions. Marine traffic receives information from the Coast Guard on bridge schedules. Bridge tenders working for the county and local agencies actually control the raising and lowering of the bridges. Transponders that provide bridge status information (none currently implemented) would provide this information directly to the county and local operating agencies.
County and Local Equipment Repair Facility This facility provides repair and maintenance services for county, local and municipal maintenance vehicles and equipment (e.g. portable DMS).
County and Local Field Equipment Generic element representing smaller county and local ITS roadside field equipment not specifically enumerated in other inventory elements. This suggests that these traffic signal systems that are widely scattered through the district should be integrated in a consistent fashion, when circumstances require. ITS field equipment may include traffic signals, vehicle detectors, CCTV cameras, dynamic message signs, etc., to control and monitor traffic.
County and Local Traffic Control Systems Generic element representing county and municipal traffic signal control systems. These systems control traffic signals and manage other ITS traffic management devices, such as dynamic message signs, and CCTV cameras.
County Emergency Broadcast Systems Generic element representing information systems used to disseminate emergency information, including evacuation routes. Such systems may include sirens, telephone numbers and web sites.
County EOCs/Warning Points Generic element representing county emergency operation centers (EOCs). The county EOC provides a coordinating point for the effective management of local emergencies to catastrophic events in and around the county. It is the lead organization in coordinating disaster response from a municipal level to state and federal. Recovery planning and financial assistance from the State of Florida and FEMA are established through the EOC.
County Fire EMS/Rescue Dispatch Generic element representing county fire and rescue dispatch centers. In some counties, this may include dispatching volunteer departments and EMS. The dispatch center provides call taking, communications, and dispatch functions. Note that there are multiple fire districts in some counties. In these cases, there is an overall county-wide dispatch operation that dispatches ambulances and other assets and independent dispatch operations for each of the other districts in the county.
County Fire EMS/Rescue Vehicles Generic element representing the ITS-devices (i.e., mobile data terminals) onboard county fire trucks, fire apparatus, and other rescue vehicles.
County Paratransit Systems Shuttle services that do not operate on fixed routes or schedules, offering door to door service in the District. This includes systems for qualified users as well as systems that serve the general public. These systems provide operations, maintenance, customer information, planning and management functions for the transit agency.
County Paratransit Vehicles A generic element representing the ITS equipment installed on the transit vehicles that do not operate on fixed routes or schedules, offering door to door service in the region. and are owned and operated by a County. Capabilities may include passenger counting, transit scheduling, and fare management.
County Sheriff Dispatch Generic element representing the county sheriff dispatch center. The dispatch center provides call taking, communications, and dispatch functions.
County Sheriffs Vehicles Generic element representing the ITS-devices (i.e., mobile data terminals) onboard county sheriff vehicles.
FDHSMV Statewide Crash Records (CARS) Database This statewide database stores crash reports collected by state, county, and local law enforcement agencies in Florida.
FDLE Headquarters Represents the Florida Department of Law Enforcement Office in Tallahassee that originates Amber Alerts.
FDOT 511 System This element represents the statewide aspects of the 511 system.
FDOT Asset Management Systems Database systems used by FDOT to perform asset management.
FDOT CV Parking Management System Represents the Commercial Vehicle (CV) Parking Management System for the State of Florida. This system determines parking availability at CV parking facilities and communicates this information downstream to commercial vehicle operators.
FDOT District 2 Construction This system manages construction activities for FDOT District 2. It schedules and coordinates road closures, responds to routine and emergency road construction and maintenance requests.
FDOT District 2 Emergency Operations Center Represents the District Emergency Operation Center which is staffed only during emergencies by representatives of all allied responding agencies. Each FDOT district maintains its own Emergency Operations Center which is activated for major incidents that affect the district. Located in Lake City.
FDOT District 2 Field Equipment Represents the ITS field equipment operated by that is owned and operated by FDOT to manage traffic on state roads and interstates in District 2. This includes vehicle detectors, CCTV cameras, dynamic message signs, road weather information sensors, etc., to control and monitor traffic.
FDOT District 2 Infrastructure Monitoring Equipment Infrastructure monitoring equipment including IR, cameras and motion detectors. These sensors and detectors are operated by FDOT District 2 to monitor and protect FDOT infrastructure and facilities, and not for traffic monitoring.
FDOT District 2 Maintenance This system manages maintenance activities for FDOT District 2. It schedules and coordinates road closures, responds to routine and emergency road construction and maintenance requests, and otherwise maintains FDOT-managed roads in District 2.
FDOT District 2 Maintenance Vehicles Represents the ITS-devices (i.e., mobile data terminals) onboard the maintenance and construction vehicle owned and operated by FDOT District 2.
FDOT District 2 Public Information Office Systems Systems operated by the public information office that provide long-range traveler information, such as road construction advisories, to the media, other organizations, and travelers in District 2. The information provided may include planned closures, maintenance activities, and other non-real time travel advisories.
FDOT District 2 Road Ranger Service Patrol Vehicles Represents the ITS-devices (i.e., mobile data terminals) onboard the service patrol vehicles that provide roadside assistance to individuals traveling on limited access roads in District 2.
FDOT District 2 RTMC This Regional Traffic Management Center (RTMC) manages ITS equipment on roadways and highways in FDOT District 2.
FDOT District 2 Vehicle Repair Facility This facility provides repair and maintenance services for FDOT District 2 maintenance vehicles and equipment (e.g. portable DMS).
FDOT District 5 RTMC The regional traffic management center that manages major roadways for Florida DOT in District 5 and interstates around Florida that are not monitored by other systems. This staffed center provides key traffic monitoring and motorist information systems for roadways (and bridges) in District 5 and around the state. It provides incident management for both planned (e.g. major sporting events) and unplanned incidents (e.g. major weather events)
FDOT Express Lane Open Road Tolling Equipment On-the-road tolling equipment used to operate express lanes.
FDOT Motorist Notification System Represents a system to notify motorists of traveler information.
FDOT Statewide ITS WAN/C2C Infrastructure Represents the Center-to-Center (C2C) infrastructure, via the Statewide ITS Wide Area Network (WAN) that connects the Regional Transportation Management Centers (RTMCs) and Transportation Management Centers (TMCs) operated by FDOT in the State of Florida.
FDOT Statewide Transportation EOC (TEOC) FDOT's Statewide Emergency Operations Center located in Tallahassee, which is staffed only during emergencies by representatives of all allied responding agencies.
FHP Regional Dispatch Represents the regional dispatch centers for the Florida Highway Patrol. The dispatch centers provide call taking, communications, and dispatch functions.
Financial Institutions Banking and financial institutions used by ITS systems to perform various banking transactions (e.g., funds transfers, credit card account management).
Florida 511 The system that provides real-time traveler information in the State of Florida. The system may include video images, travel time information, construction information, and subscription services.
Florida DEP Dispatch Dispatch center for Florida DEP response vehicles. Primarily involved with HAZMAT incidents.
Florida DMV Licensing and Registration System Vehicle registration systems of the Florida Department of Highway Safety and Motor Vehicles. These systems provide commercial drivers licenses and vehicle registration in the State of Florida
Florida Highway Patrol Vehicles Represents the ITS-devices (i.e., mobile data terminals) onboard the vehicles that are owned by the state and operated by the Florida Highway Patrol.
Florida Human Service Agencies Represents the various social service agencies operated by the State of Florida. Included in the ITS architecture because they provide (para) transit voucher payments through the Florida Transportation Disadvantage Commission.
Florida Statewide EOC/Warning Point (SEOC) The state emergency operations center, located in Tallahassee that provides central command and control during major emergencies in the state of Florida. Serves as an information clearinghouse for disaster-related information. Includes a regional database containing the evacuation routes for the regional area. Includes basic primary and secondary route information.
Florida Statewide Tolling Customer Service Center This element represents a future, centralized, state-run tolling customer service center for the entire State of Florida. Tolling information would be sent from individual tolling plazas to this customer service center.
FTE SunPass Toll Collection System Electronic toll collection equipment, e.g., tag readers, toll both equipment, lane curtains, etc. operated by the Floridas Turnpike Enterprise.
Gainesville MTPO Ridematching System A potential system that would perform ridematching services for inhabitants of Gainesville and the surrounding area.
Gainesville Regional Airport This airport supports both passenger (airline) operations and freight.
Gainesville Regional Paratransit Vehicles Represents the ITS equipment installed on the bus paratransit vehicles that are owned and operated by the Gainesville Transportation Services Division. Capabilities may include passenger counting, transit scheduling, and fare management.
Gainesville Regional Transit Vehicles Represents the ITS equipment installed on the bus transit vehicles that are owned and operated by the Gainesville Regional Transit. Capabilities may include passenger counting, transit scheduling, and fare management.
Gainesville Smart Traffic TMC The Gainesville Smart Traffic TMC optimizes driving efficiency by monitoring and coordinating traffic signals in the City of Gainesville and Alachua County. In the near future, the Gainesville Smart Traffic TMC will operate a Freeway Management System in the region as well. The City of Gainesville Smart Traffic TMC is a joint venture between the City of Gainesville, Alachua County and the University of Florida.
Gainesville Transportation Data Collection System This system gathers and archives traffic data, crash data, and inventory data for the City of Gainesville.
Inter-City Bus Service Inter-city bus services that provide passenger bus service to and between cities in Florida.
Jacksonville International Airport There are a total of two commercial and 22 general aviation airports located in FDOT District 2. The City of Jacksonville is actually served by three aviation facilities: Jacksonville International Airport (JIA), Craig Airport, and Herlong Airport. JIA provides the great majority of passenger and cargo air transportation for the region. Craig Airport and Herlong Airport both provide general aviation facilities for Jacksonville corporate and private aircraft.
Jacksonville MPO Ridematching System A potential system that would perform ridematching services for inhabitants of Jacksonville and the surrounding area.
Jacksonville Paratransit Vehicles Represents the ITS equipment installed on the bus paratransit vehicles that are owned and operated by the Jacksonville Transit. Capabilities may include passenger counting, transit scheduling, and fare management.
Jacksonville Sheriffs Crash Record Database Crash records database maintained by the City of Jacksonville Sheriffs.
Jacksonville Transit Fixed-Route Systems The Jacksonville Transportation Authority operates the City of Jacksonville mass transit system, which includes 217 buses. The bus system conveys over 12 million passengers annually with 43 local routes and eight express flyer routes.
Jacksonville Transit Paratransit Systems The Jacksonville Transportation Authority operates the City of Jacksonville paratransit system.
Jacksonville Transit Skyway Control Center Operations control center for the JTA Skyway peoplemover system.
Jacksonville Transit Vehicles Represents the ITS equipment installed on the fixed-route transit vehicles that are owned and operated by Jacksonville Transportation Authority. Capabilities may include passenger counting, transit scheduling, and fare management.
Jacksonville Transportation Center Future, joint intermodal dispatch and communications center for the Jacksonville Metropolitan Area. The Transportation Center will serve as a joint dispatch center for various agencies, including FDOT, FHP, Jacksonville Transit, Jacksonville Sheriffs department, Jacksonville Fire/Rescue Dispatch, and possibly Amtrak. A multimodal transportation center that is being studied. Conceptual plans show center incorporating the existing Automated Skyway Express Terminal Station and the Prime F. Osborne Convention Center. The site plan also makes provisions for future growth of the site to include expansion of the convention center, a parking garage, and possible private office, retail, and hotel facilities.
Jacksonville Transportation Data Collection System This system gathers and archives traffic data, crash data, and inventory data for the City of Jacksonville.
jax511.com The system that provides advanced traveler information in the Northeast Florida region. This includes the regional 511 system. The system may include video images, travel time information, construction information, and subscription services.
JAXPORT Marine Terminals Marine terminals at Blount Island, Talleyrand, and Dames Point (Future). In addition to the three JAXPORT Terminals, private port terminals in the study area account for approximately an additional 10 million tons of cargo annually. These private facilities are typically located in close proximity to the to the JAXPORT Terminals. The JAXPORT terminals are within an eight hour truck drive of 33 million consumers, including those in Atlanta, Miami, Orlando, and Tampa/St. Petersburg, the four largest metropolitan areas in the region. JAXPORT is also at the foot of the land bridge connecting the Pacific with the east coasts of North and South America. The Jacksonville area has a strategic location at the southeastern-most corner of the U.S. rail, highway, and port crossroads.
JTA Data Archive This system collects and archives traffic data, transit data, crash data and inventory data for Jacksonville Transportation Authority.
JTA Engineering Department One of its responsibilities is to manage and provide oversight over work zones.
JTA Park-and-Ride Lots Intermodal transfer points for transit riders using the JTA bus system are provided at 18 park and ride lots including lots at: Highlands Shopping Center, Phillips Hwy. and J.T. Butler Blvd., A1A and J. Turner Butler Blvd., Beach Plaza, Expressway Mall, Monument Pointe, Regency Square, Normandy Blvd. and I-295, Cedar Hills Shopping Center, Blanding Blvd. and Kingsley Ave., Ricker Rd. and 103rd St., Blanding Blvd. and Kingsley Ave., Kingsley Ave. and Mound St., Wells Rd. and Blanding Blvd., Gary St. and Hendricks Ave., Prudential Dr. and I-95, SR 13 and I-295, and SR 13 and Old St. Augustine Rd. From these park-and-ride lots bus riders have access to eight bus route transfer points and two Automated Skyway Express (ASE) transfer stations. In addition, parking facilities are provided at the ASE terminal station.
JTA Skyway Vehicles These fully automated, fixed guideway vehicles currently provide service to downtown Jacksonville. When complete, these vehicles are expected to provide transportation alternatives to major facilities in the City of Jacksonville downtown area.
JTA Web Site Website containing transportation-related information, including real-time traffic conditions, construction schedules, etc..
Lake City Traffic Control Equipment Represents the ITS field equipment operated by Lake City, including traffic signals, vehicle detectors, CCTV cameras, dynamic message signs, etc., to control and monitor traffic.
Lake City Traffic Signal Control System The system that manages traffic signals in Lake City.
Local Agency Traveler Information System Generic element representing the traveler information systems that are operated by local governments and agencies. They provide real-time and planned traveler information in the region through a variety of methods, including web sites, interactive telephone systems, pagers, etc.
Local Fire/EMS Dispatch Generic element representing the local and municipal Fire Rescue and EMS dispatch centers. The dispatch center provides call taking, communications, and dispatch functions.
Local Fire/EMS Vehicles Generic element representing the ITS-devices (i.e., mobile data terminals) onboard the fire trucks, fire apparatus, EMS vehicles and other vehicles operated by local and municipal fire departments.
Local Police Dispatch Generic element representing the local and municipal police dispatch centers. The dispatch center provides call taking, communications, and dispatch functions.
Local Police Vehicles Generic element representing the ITS-devices (i.e., mobile data terminals) onboard local and municipal police vehicles.
Local TMA Transit Systems Represents generic local transportation management agencies providing transit service. These agencies provide operations, maintenance, customer information, planning and management functions for the transit property.
Local Transit Operator Systems This generic element represents smaller, local and municipal transit agencies providing fixed route and paratransit service in the region. This element also represents the systems that provide operations, maintenance, customer information, planning and management functions for the transit agency.
Local Transportation Data Collection Systems These systems collect traffic data, land use data, crash data (includes both short and long form inputs in some counties), and inventory data for localities, such as cities, counties, MPOs, or regional planning councils.
Local Venue Event Scheduling System This general system represents the convention centers, music centers, sporting facilities and other venues that regularly host events that impact traffic. Specific examples in the Southeast Florida region include the Pompano Beach Harness Track, the Gulfstream Race Track, Thomas J. White Stadium, Lockhart Stadium, and the Heron Bay Country Club. Major venues for professional sports teams (e.g., American Airlines Arena and National Car Rental Center) are specifically identified by other elements in this regional architecture.
Military Base Operations Center Represents the operations center in Military Bases in the region.
Municipality Event Permit Systems This generic element represents the special permit offices and associated systems that provide permits for large public gatherings and special events in the region.
Nassau County Field Equipment Represents the ITS field equipment operated by Nassau County, including traffic signals, vehicle detectors, CCTV cameras, dynamic message signs, etc., to control and monitor traffic.
Nassau County Traffic Signal System Represents the traffic signal system operated in Nassau County.
Nassau County Traveler Information Website Represents a future traveler information website that could disseminate traveler information, including CCTV images, to the traveling public.
National Hurricane Center Info. System This system provides information to the public by issuing watches, warnings, forecasts, and analyses of hazardous weather conditions in the tropics.
National Weather Service National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration regional field office.
Newspapers, Radio, Television Stations The numerous local media (newspaper, radio, television) stations.
North Florida TPO Ridematching System A system to provide ridematching services for inhabitants of Jacksonville and the surrounding area.
Northeast Florida Regional Airport Represents the Northeast Florida Regional Airport, which serves St. John County and the City of St. Augustine.
Other County and City Maintenance Represents the maintenance systems and maintenance dispatch for other counties. This element is used to define the interface from the region's public works departments to those in other districts.
Other FDOT District Maintenance and Construction Represents the maintenance systems and maintenance dispatch for other FDOT Districts. This element is used to define the interface from the region's FDOT Maintenance and Construction functions to those in other districts.
Other FDOT District TMCs Represents FDOT TMCs in other districts. This element is used to define the interface from the region's FDOT TMC to those in other districts.
Other FHP Regional Dispatches Represents FHP Troops other than the one in a specific region. This element is used to identify interfaces from one FHP troop to another.
Other Public Safety Communications and Dispatch Centers This element represents the connection to other state (FHP and FDLE), County (Sheriff and Fire Rescue), and Local (municipal police and fire departments) law enforcement, fire, and EMS call taker and dispatch centers. It may include campus law enforcement providers, volunteer fire/rescue departments, federal law enforcement agencies, federal homeland security agencies, and other centers established for major incidents. This element is used in the architecture to show a consistent interface for the exchange of data between public safety systems that supports incident notification, hand-offs, resource coordination, and incident response coordination. Communication between these centers uses a mesh topology - any emergency management center can communicate directly with any other emergency management center. Note that this element also represents interfaces to emergency management centers in adjacent jurisdictions that also coordinate during major incidents.
Private Fleet Vehicle Dispatch Systems Charter bus fleets, major truck fleet operators, taxi services, limo services, etc. that operate in Florida. Note that the dispatch may actually be outside the state.
Private Maintenance and Construction Dispatch Represent private maintenance contractors responsible for maintaining ITS field equipment and other asset management inventories.
Private Maintenance Contractor Vehicles Represents the ITS-devices (i.e., mobile data terminals) onboard the maintenance and construction vehicle owned and operated by private contractors under transportation agency projects.
Private Maintenance Work Zone Equipment Represents mobile traffic control and data sensor equipment, such as portable DMSs, CCTV cameras, and HARs, operated by private contractors for the benefit of government transportation agencies.
Private Sector Mayday/Concierge Service Center Private sector services, such as GM OnStar, that provide emergency Mayday and a variety of other traveler convenience services to their clients.
Private Sector Traveler Information Services Private Information Service Providers of traveler information. e.g. SmartGuide, SmartRoutes, Shadow Traffic, MetroNetworks, TraffiCenter, etc...
Private Taxi Dispatch Dispatch function for private taxi providers. Used to supplement regional transit service, particularly paratransit.
Private Travelers Personal Computing Devices E.g., cellular telephones, PDAs, and personal computers.
Private/ Public Utility Dispatch/Systems Represents the dispatch function for utility companies in the region.
Private/Public Ambulance Dispatch Dispatch center for private/public ambulance service. Currently operating out of the county dispatch centers.
Private/Public Ambulance Vehicles Generic element representing the ITS-devices (i.e., mobile data terminals) onboard private/public ambulances. These emergency medical services vehicles are part of an rapid and effective response to highway incidents that include injuries.
Private/Public Parking Facility Operators Represents major parking facilities in downtown areas, resort areas, airports, and other major travel destinations and transportation hubs. May also include park-and-ride facilities.
Putnam County Field Equipment Represents the ITS field equipment operated by Putnam County, including traffic signals, vehicle detectors, CCTV cameras, dynamic message signs, etc., to control and monitor traffic.
Putnam County Traffic Signal Systems Represents the traffic signal system operated in Putnam County.
Rail Operations Centers Represents the operational control centers for heavy rail operators that serve Florida.
Railroad Operators Wayside Equipment Grade crossing equipment operated by the railroads which provides driver warnings and notifies adjacent traffic control equipment of approaching trains.
Regional Airports General aviation and freight airports in the region.
Regional Incident and Mutual Aid Network Regional Public Safety Communications Network.
Regional Medical Centers Regional hospitals and care facilities.
Rest Areas/Visitor Centers/Service Plazas Rest areas and visitor centers with varied amenities owned, operated or managed by FDOT. Tourist information, emergency evacuation information, and general traffic information could be provided in the future.
School District Transportation Buses Represents the ITS equipment installed on school buses servicing the region. General ITS capabilities are included here, omitting fare management capabilities, but with increased emphasis on the positive identification of students on the buses.
School District Transportation Dispatch Represents the dispatch systems that manage school bus fleets. General ITS capabilities are included here, omitting fare management capabilities, but with increased emphasis on vehicle location and status tracking, associated security and safety systems, and the positive identification of students on the buses.
School District Transportation Web Site Web pages containing school bus information, including routes and schedules. In the future, may include real-time bus locations, status, and other school district transportation system status to parents, students, and school district employees
Smart Card A card used by a traveler to pay for transportation-related services (e.g., parking fees, transit fares, traveler services).
St. Augustine Ports Represents ports in St. Augustine.
St. Johns County Field Equipment Represents the ITS field equipment operated by St. Johns County, including traffic signals. The system is primarily controlled as isolated intersections operating on an actuated or pre-timed basis. However, there are small closed-loop systems operating in the historic downtown area of St. Augustine along the US 1 corridor and in the Ponte Vedra Beach area along the SR A1A corridor. All systems and all but one intersection have the ability to communicate with the County Public Works Department in St. Augustine.
St. Johns County TMC The transportation management system operated by St. Johns County.
St. Johns County/City of St. Augustine Traveler Information System Represents a future traveler information system for the City of St. Augustine and St. Johns County.
SunGuide Data Archiving The Regional Integrated Transportation Information System (RITIS) is an automated data sharing, dissemination and archiving system that includes many performance measure, dashboard, and visual analytics tools that help agencies gain situational awareness.
SunPass Customer Service Center Customer Service Centers (CSCs) for the SunPass electronic toll system, providing administrative back office and customer support functions for the electronic toll system.
Sunshine Bus Company Dispatch Represents the St. Johns County public transit system.
Sunshine Bus Company Vehicles Represents public transit vehicles for Sunshine Bus Company, operating in St. Johns County. Sunshine Bus Company Vehicles run fixed route, but may deviate up to a 1/4 mile from a route if requested by reservation.
Transit Facility Security Monitoring System The surveillance systems and emergency notification systems that can be used to improve security in transit terminals and other public areas.
Transit Kiosks A generic element representative of all kiosks that provide individuals with traveler information. Transit kiosks provide transit information to transit customers, support electronic fare payment, and enhance security at transit stops. In the statewide architecture, the emphasis is on the interface to the electronic payment card, which is a statewide interface.
Transit Stops/Stations Equipment The places where travelers "catch the bus" and need schedule, transit service, and real-time arrival information to support their travel choices.
University of Florida Field Equipment Represents field equipment owned by the University of Florida.
US Coast Guard Office Represents US Coast Guard Offices throughout the state.
Vehicles Represents the ITS elements installed on private traveler vehicles.