New York Sub-Regional ITS Architecture

ITS Inventory


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Many stakeholders develop, operate, or maintain ITS elements in the New York City Sub-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
511NY Includes interactive voice response telephone systems and agency interactive websites.
Advertising and Media Owners/operators of communications and advertising, including television, cable TV, radio, newspapers, web sites.
Agency Run Traveler Information Systems Traveler Information Systems owned by individual traffic and transit agencies in the region to distribute information to the traveling public. The information may be distributed using web sites, phone response systems, fax back systems, pager networks, etc. For instance, agencies that have their own web site would show an interconnect between their management system and this element.
AMTRAK Emergency Dispatch Dispatch and communications center for emergencies. Communicates with other emergency management and public safety dispatch centers for coordinated incident and emergency response.
AMTRAK Operations Center Includes scheduling systems.
AMTRAK/LIRR/NJ Transit Penn Station Control Center Control center for Pennsylvania Station. Primarily control of customer information systems.
AMTRAK/LIRR/NJ Transit Penn Station Information Displays In-terminal customer information systems at Pennsylvania Station operated by Pennsylvania Station Control Center.
CVO Inspector Generic inspector of commercial vehicles.
Driver Drivers
DRIVESmart Cloud Archive The DRIVESmart cloud archive is a cloud-based archive that temporarily houses data collected from private travelers enrolled in the DRIVESmart program. The archive holds probe data and vehicle safety data, which may be accessible to other entities, such as authorized insurance companies, app developers, and the NYC DOT, depending on private travelers personal settings.
E-ZPass CSC There are several different Customer Service Centers for the various Toll Collection subsystems, and they are interconnected through a Reciprocity Network. The current set of CSCs for E-Zpass are as follows: Affiliated Computer Services (ACS) 777 Old Saw Mill River Road Level C Tarrytown, NY 10591 Massachusetts Turnpike Authority Interchange 3 Southhampton Road Westfield, MA 01085 Pennsylvania Turnpike Commission 7611 Derry Street Harrisburg, PA 17111 Maryland Transportation Authority 303 Authority Drive, Baltimore MD 21222.
E-ZPass CSC Web Site Web site and information portal (including account information) for E-ZPass customers.
E-ZPass Plus Systems E-ZPass extension providing electronic payment systems for other than toll, e.g., Airport Parking.
E-ZPass Reciprocity Network E-ZPass Reciprocity Network
E-ZPass Tag E-ZPass vehicle transponder used for electronic payment of toll and other, e.g. Airport Parking.
FDNY EMS Vehicles Emergency medical service vehicles of the Fire Department of New York City.
FDNY Fire Vehicles Fire and rescue emergency response vehicles of the Fire Department of New York City.
FDNY Fire/EMS Dispatch Vehicle and personnel dispatch center for FDNY.
Financial Institution Banking and financial institutions used by ITS systems to perform various banking transactions (e.g., funds transfers, credit card account management).
Hudson Valley Traveler ITS Operators Operational DB ITS systems operational database and archive.
Long Island ITS Operators Operational DB ITS systems operational database and archive.
Long Island Municipal/County Local TOCs Local municipal and county traffic operations centers.
Long Island Transit Operators Systems Includes bus dispatch, scheduling, and fare management systems.
Mid Hudson South Municipal/County Local TMCs Local municipal and county traffic management centers.
Mid Hudson South Transit Operators Systems Includes bus dispatch, scheduling, and fare management systems.
MTA Authority-Wide SmartCard Represents a future single payment system to be adopted by all MTA agencies.
MTA Bridges/Tunnels CCTV Fixed and positionable CCTV Cameras.
MTA Bridges/Tunnels DMS Dynamic Message Signs owned and operated by MTA Bridges and Tunnels
MTA Bridges/Tunnels Emergency and Maintenance Vehicles MTA Bridges/Tunnels emergency response and maintenance vehicles
MTA Bridges/Tunnels Engineers Office Engineers office responsible for authorizing heavy load vehicles (overdimension permits) crossing B&T bridges.
MTA Bridges/Tunnels Equipment Repair Facilities Vehicle and equipment repair facilities.
MTA Bridges/Tunnels Facility Commercial Vehicle Check Roadway systems used to monitor and check commercial vehicles.
MTA Bridges/Tunnels Facility Operations Centers Facilities also perform emergency management for facilities. (Also called "the desk area").
MTA Bridges/Tunnels Facility Toll Collection Equipment Electronic toll collection roadway equipment. E.g., tag readers, toll booth equipment, lane curtains, etc.
MTA Bridges/Tunnels HOV Lane Equipment HOV Lane Equipment operated by MTA Bridges and Tunnels
MTA Bridges/Tunnels Infrastructure Monitoring Equipment Infrastructure monitoring equipment, such as sensors, owned and operated by MTA Bridges and Tunnels
MTA Bridges/Tunnels Lift Span Control System MTA Bridges and Tunnels drawbridge control system. Bridges include the Triborough Bridge - Harlem River lift span and Marine Parkway Bridge.
MTA Bridges/Tunnels Liftspan Bridges Liftspan bridges operated by MTA Bridges and Tunnels, including the Triborough Bridge - Harlem River lift span and Marine Parkway Bridge.
MTA Bridges/Tunnels OCCC MTA Bridges & Tunnels Randalls Island Operations Center
MTA Bridges/Tunnels OCCC Special Operations Vehicles MTA agencies master archive. Central archive of operational data and single point of entry for MTA-wide planning information.
MTA Bridges/Tunnels OCCC TD Traffic data archive for MTA Bridges and Tunnels maintained by the Technology Department. Data includes traffic volume data.
MTA Bridges/Tunnels Overheight Detection Sensors that detect vehicles that are over the prescribed height for a given roadway. The sensors will activate when a vehicle is overheight, and activate both a warning sign and an in-vehicle warning.
MTA Bridges/Tunnels Overheight Warning Sign Specialized beacon warning sign that warns drivers if their vehicle is overheight
MTA Bridges/Tunnels Reversible Lane Equipment Reversible Lane Equipment owned and operated by MTA Bridges and Tunnels
MTA Bridges/Tunnels Website at mta.info MTA Bridges and Tunnels website is located at mta.info. The website includes traveler information for MTA Bridges and Tunnels facilities.
MTA Bus Archive Archive data for bus transit data, including rail schedules and ridership.
MTA HQ Planning Staff MTA headquarters transportation planning systems used by planning staff.
MTA LIRR Customer Information / Display Systems Includes kiosks and customer information displays at stations and stops.
MTA LIRR Fare Management System Central electronic transit fare payment management systems. Systems may connect with other similar systems to achieve regional transit fare payment services for regional transit riders.
MTA LIRR Fare Point of Sale Fare card point of sale systems.
MTA LIRR Maintenance System Transit vehicle and equipment maintenance system.
MTA LIRR Operations Center Systems Includes bus dispatch, vehicle tracking, and scheduling systems.
MTA LIRR Security Equipment Security monitoring, vehicle intrusion detection, emergency notification/alarm equipment, as examples.
MTA LIRR Trains Rail transit vehicles.
MTA LIRR Wayside Equipment Rail wayside equipment interconnected with other traffic management roadway equipment used increase safety at at-grade crossings.
MTA MetroCard Transit fare card.
MTA MetroCard Fare Management System Central transit fare electronic payment systems.
MTA MetroCard Reader Station-based and card readers carried by conductors.
MTA Metro-North Customer Information / Display Systems Includes kiosks and customer information displays at stations and stops.
MTA Metro-North Drawbridge Control System MTA Metro North drawbridge control systems.
MTA Metro-North Drawbridges Drawbridges along the MTA Metro North right-of-way, operated and maintained by MTA Metro North.
MTA Metro-North Fare Management System Central electronic transit fare payment management systems. Systems may connect with other similar systems to achieve regional transit fare payment services for regional transit riders.
MTA Metro-North Fare Point of Sale Fare card point of sale systems.
MTA Metro-North Maintenance Yards Transit vehicle and equipment maintenance facilities.
MTA Metro-North Operations Center Systems Includes bus dispatch, vehicle tracking, and scheduling systems.
MTA Metro-North Parking Facilities Future parking facilities to be operated by MTA Metro North.
MTA Metro-North Security Equipment Security monitoring, vehicle intrusion detection, emergency notification/alarm equipment, as examples.
MTA Metro-North Trains Rail transit vehicles.
MTA NYC Transit ITS Asset Management System Asset Management System for MTA NYC Transit ITS
MTA NYCT Bus Command Center - Operations Central bus operations center including vehicle tracking and dispatch systems.
MTA NYCT Bus Depot Road Service Trucks Transit vehicle road service units.
MTA NYCT Buses New York City Transit buses.
MTA NYCT Customer Information / Display Systems New York City Transit information kiosks and information displays. Displays can be located in stations or at bus stops.
MTA NYCT Fare Management System Central electronic transit fare payment management systems. Systems may connect with other similar systems to achieve regional transit fare payment services for regional transit riders.
MTA NYCT Fare Point of Sale Fare card point of sale systems.
MTA NYCT Paratransit Command Center New York City Transit paratransit operations center. Communicates with private operations centers, and private vehicles.
MTA NYCT Security Security centers for MTA NYCT responsible for facilities.
MTA NYCT Service Planning Central bus and rail scheduling center.
MTA NYCT Staten Island Railway Control Facility Railway operations towers.
MTA NYCT Staten Island Railway Maintenance Facility Transit vehicle and equipment maintenance facilities.
MTA NYCT Staten Island Railway Vehicles Rail transit vehicles.
MTA NYCT Subway Rail Control Center Central transit operations center including scheduling, vehicle tracking.
MTA NYCT Subway Security Equipment Security monitoring, vehicle intrusion detection, emergency notification/alarm equipment, as examples.
MTA NYCT Subway Vehicles Rail transit vehicles. Note that tracking of MTA NYCT Subway Vehicles on the A Group Lines (1,2,3,4,5,6,7,L) is tied to both the vehicle as well as the signal system.
MTA NYCT Subway Yard Transit vehicle and equipment maintenance facilities.
MTA NYCT Transit Bus Depot Maintenance Bus depot garage.
MTA Police Dispatch / Command Center Central communications and dispatch center for MTA Police and Security.
MTA Police Vehicles MTA Police emergency response vehicles.
MTA Rail Archive Archive data for subway and railroad transit data, including rail schedules and ridership.
MTA Regional Transit Fare Card Point of Sale Regional fare card point of sale systems.
MTA.INFO Website Web pages with transit and traveler information for the MTA. This includes MTA NYC Transit, MTA Bridges and Tunnels, MTA LIRR, and MTA Metro North Railroad. The site includes subway, bus and train schedules, real time transit information, fare information, route diversions, and transit incidents. In addition, the site includes toll information, traffic images, route diversions, and traffic incidents for MTA Bridges and Tunnels. This site also includes a variety of API feeds to provide transit and traveler data to third party developers.
Multimodal Passenger Terminals/Stations (Air and Water) Transfer points include Airports and Ferry Terminals. All Passenger Bus and Rail are modeled using the Transit Management Subsystem.
Municipal/County EOCs County EOCs, e.g., Westchester County
Municipal/County Public Safety Dispatch Central communications and dispatch center for municipal and county public safety.
Municipal/County PWD Operations Municipal and county construction and maintenance operations systems.
Municipal/Traveler Parking Cards Regionwide parking card
New York City Joint TMC New York City Joint Traffic Management Center - Jointly operated and owned by NYCDOT, NYCPD and NYSDOT. NYCDOT systems include VTCS, CATS/MICE, and OER. NYCPD include CAD. NYSDOT systems include NYSDOT R11 ATMS VTCS (Vehicular Traffic Control System) -- Traffic Signal Control System. The NYCDOT Computerized Area Tracking System (CATS) is a multiple site system implemented to provide information on the activities that affect traffic in the City of New York. CATS provides the means to present an integrated view of the activities that impede traffic flow. Examples of the activities tracked and managed by CATS include construction projects, traffic incidents, and planned events. The major objective of CATS is to help facilitate the coordination efforts of the different agencies that manage traffic in the City. This ITS element also include MICE (Motorist Interchange Communications Environment) is an incident tracking system. Located at the Control Center at 28-11 Queens Boulevard, the Communications Center at 40 Worth Street, and 34-02 Queens Boulevard. Manages emergency and maintenance resource requests for NYCDOT Streets and Maintenance and NYCDOS
New York City Regional TAMS The New York City Regional Transportation Asset Management System (TAMS) is an inventory of all ITS in the New York City area. The system tracks all assets for area agencies, and includes information about each asset's design, repair status, warranties, as well as which corridor or facility the asset is assigned to. The New York City Regional TAMS is operated by the Port Authority of New York and New Jersey, and accessible via TRANSCOM OpenReach by TRANSCOM member agencies.
NICE Buses Nassau Inter-County Express fixed-route transit vehicles.
NICE Customer Information / Display Systems Includes kiosks and customer information displays at stations and stops.
NICE Customer Information Center Systems Includes interactive voice response telephone systems, agency interactive websites, and agency kiosks.
NICE Fare Management System Central electronic transit fare payment management systems. Systems may connect with other similar systems to achieve regional transit fare payment services for regional transit riders.
NICE Fixed Route Bus Operations Center Central bus operations center including scheduling, vehicle tracking and dispatch systems.
NICE Paratransit Buses MTA Long Island paratransit vehicles.
NICE Paratransit Operations Center Paratransit operations systems including scheduled and dynamic pick-up, and central vehicle tracking.
NICE Security Equipment Security monitoring, vehicle intrusion detection, emergency notification/alarm equipment, as examples.
NICE Web Site Web pages with transit information for the MTA Long Island Bus. This includes bus schedules, fare information, route diversions, and transit incidents.
NJT Bus Operations Systems Includes bus dispatch, scheduling, and fare management systems.
NJT Planning Staff Systems Transportation planning systems used by planning staff.
NJT Rail Operations Systems Includes scheduling, and fare management systems.
NY-Alert Includes severe weather warnings, significant highway closures, hazardous materials spills, and many other emergency conditions
NYC DEP Dispatch Center Hazmat, water main breaks. Dispatch equipment, vehicles.
NYC DEP Environmental Monitoring Stations Air quality monitoring stations.
NYC DEP HAZMAT Permitting New York City Department of Environmental Protection Hazardous materials permitting systems.
NYC DEP Office of Environmental Analysis Air quality analysis and planning systems.
NYC DOS Dispatch Center for dispatching Department of Sanitation maintenance vehicles, including for snow removal.
NYC DOS Storage Facilities Maintenance equipment and materials storage facilities.
NYC DOS Vehicles Includes roadway maintenance and snow removal (e.g., sand trucks, snow plows).
NYC DOT ADA Crossing Signals NYC DOT ADA Crossing Signals are ADA-Compliant for the visually impaired. The signals emit a sound, as well as a vibration, that signals when it is safe for pedestrians to cross. The signals adjust to street noise levels.
NYC DOT Commercial Vehicle Permits Office Department of Transportation commercial vehicle permits. E.g., over dimension.
NYC DOT Division of Bridges Division of NYCDOT responsible for maintaining New York City owned bridges, including the East River Bridges.
NYC DOT Division of Ferry Operations Customer Information Systems Includes information displays, kiosks, etc. at ferry terminals.
NYC DOT Division of Ferry Operations Ferries Ferries operated and maintained by NYCDOT Division of Ferry Operations. Includes the Staten Island Ferries.
NYC DOT Division of Ferry Operations Systems Includes NYCDOT Staten Island Ferry and Licensed Ferry Operators Systems.
NYC DOT Division of Traffic Operations Responsible for the safe and efficient movement of people and goods on the City's streets and for the development, installation, and maintenance of the City's traffic signals, street lights, traffic signs and roadway markings.
NYC DOT Drawbridge Control Booths NYCDOT bridge control booths
NYC DOT Drawbridge Control System NYCDOT Drawbridge control system
NYC DOT Drawbridges Draw bridges operated and maintained by NYCDOT.
NYC DOT Field Equipment Field equipment including traffic signals, dynamic message signs, CCTV, and portable equipment.
NYC DOT Maintenance Vehicles New York City DOT vehicles which might be used in snow removal or other city-wide maintenance and construction activities.
NYC DOT MOSAICS NYCDOTís permit management system. Sends lane closure and permit stipulation information into CATS.
NYC DOT OCMC Office of Construction, Mitigation and Coordination
NYC DOT OER Emergency Response Vehicles Response vehicles dispatched by the NYCDOT Office of Emergency Response.
NYC DOT Office of Emergency Response Unit responsible for responding to traffic incidents.
NYC DOT Parking Facilities DOT operated on-street and municipal parking systems.
NYC DOT Probe Data Archive The NYC DOT Probe Data Archive houses data from a number of sources, including probe data from Taxis, MTA NYC Transit Buses, TRANSMIT, and Private Travelers enrolled in the DRIVESmart Program.
NYC DOT Roadway Repair and Maintenance Division New York City DOT street maintenance unit.
NYC DOT Sidewalk Inspection and Management Responsible for sidewalk repairs, pedestrian ramp installations, and Citywide concrete programs.
NYC DOT TMC Traffic Intersection Management Center Systems include VTCS/TCS (Vehicular Traffic Control System/Traffic Control System), CATS (Computerized Area Traffic Management System, Part of VTCS)/IMS (Incident Management System), OER, and interfaces to other elements of JTMC (NYSDOT R11 Systems IIMS, and NYPD CAD). VTCS (Vehicular Traffic Control System) -- Traffic Signal Control System. The NYCDOT Computerized Area Tracking System (CATS) is a multiple site system implemented to provide information on the activities that affect traffic in the City of New York. CATS provides the means to present an integrated view of the activities that impede traffic flow. Examples of the activities tracked and managed by CATS include construction projects, traffic incidents, and planned events. The major objective of CATS is to help facilitate the coordination efforts of the different agencies that manage traffic in the City. This ITS element also include MICE (Motorist Interchange Communications Environment) is an incident tracking system. Located at the Control Center at 28-11 Queens Boulevard, the Communications Center at 40 Worth Street, and 34-02 Queens Boulevard. Manages emergency and maintenance resource requests for NYCDOT Streets and Maintenance and NYCDOS
NYC DOT Traveler Information Web Site Interactive web site with traveler information, including traffic video images.
NYC DOT/DCP Parking Facilities Parking facilities operated by NYCDOT, with parking information systems operated jointly by NYCDOT and NYCDCP.
NYC ITS Operators ITS Data Archive Collecting data from NYCDOT, MTA and NYSDOT R11. NYC Dept. of City Planning is the lead on the archive. MTA is a user. NYCDOT is the lead on the TMC integration.
NYC OEM Watch Command Center Emergency operations center for the City of New York located at 11 Water Street. Operated 24/7, the command center is responsible for coordinating responses between the various agencies operating within New York City during major incidents and events.
NYC OEM Watch Command Response Vehicles Mobile data centers operated by NYC Mayors Office of Emergency Management.
NYC Office of Street Events Municipal Permit Offices Mayors office of special events and street events permits systems.
NYC Planning Staff Systems Transportation planning systems used by planning staff.
NYC Taxi and Limousine Commission This agency is responsible for the licensing and registration of NYC Taxi Cabs. This includes collecting archive data from NYC Taxis, which is then passed along to the NYC DOT Probe Data Archive
NYMTC Member Agencies Data Collection Systems These are the traffic data collection archives for NYMTC member agencies.
NYMTC Planning Staff Systems Transportation planning systems used by planning staff.
NYMTC/DCP Regional Planning Database Includes traffic counts, CVO counts, safety, speed, occupancy, transit ridership. Also traditional planning data: land use, etc.
NYPD 911 Communications Center Dispatch 9-1-1 Communications center and dispatch. Located at Metrotech. Location for dispatch of police vehicles. FDNY also dispatched from this area, but a different building. Dispatches NYPD Highway Patrol vehicles and all other NYPD vehicles.
NYPD Intelligence Division and Counter-Terrorism Bureau Division of the NYPD responsible for counter-terrorism. Receives video from the NYC JTMC.
NYPD Operations NYPD communications center systems. Information hub for internal operations. Communicates with 911, etc. Located at 1 Police Plaza. Does not dispatch anything directly.
NYPD TMC Co-locate with 28-11 Queens Plaza North TMC. HELP trucks are dispatched from here.
NYPD Transit Bureau Transit Police responsible for passenger security.
NYPD Vehicles New York City police vehicles.
NYS Bridge Authority Mid Hudson Bridges Newburgh-Beacon, Bear Mountain bridges. Central toll functions as well.
NYS Bridge Authority Mid Hudson Bridges Maintenance Bridge maintenance unit systems.
NYS Bridge Authority Mid Hudson Bridges Toll Electronic toll collection roadway equipment. E.g., tag readers, toll booth equipment, lane curtains, etc.
NYS Police Dispatch Troop 'L' - Long Island, Troop 'T' - Thruway, NYSP Hawthorn - Westchester, NYSP West Nyack
NYS Police Vehicles New York State police vehicles.
NYS Public Safety Network The NYS Public Safety Network is a general title for incident management activities at a statewide level. This element will be defined at a future time.
NYSDEC Systems New York State Department of Environmental Conservation systems.
NYSDOT Construction Operations Responsible for lane closure scheduling. Communicates with the TMC to also communicate with EM functions.
NYSDOT Maintenance Operations NYSDOT maintenance operations units in the region.
NYSDOT Maintenance Vehicles Maintenance response vehicles in the region operated by NYSDOT.
NYSDOT R10 Field Equipment (Queens) Field equipment including traffic signals, dynamic message signs, highway advisory radio, ramp meters, CCTV, and portable equipment located in Queens, by primarily controlled by NYSDOT R10 INFORM.
NYSDOT R10 INFORM Hauppauge. Covers state highways on Long Island.
NYSDOT R11 Field Equipment Field equipment including traffic signals, dynamic message signs, highway advisory radio, ramp meters, CCTV, and portable equipment.
NYSDOT R11 New York City Area ATMS New York City freeway management system. Co-located with NYC Queens TMC. Include FMView, VMSs, HARs, CCTVs and interfaces to CATS/MICE.
NYSDOT R8 Hudson Valley Traveler TOC Interim in White Plains. About 2004, will be in Hawthorne.
NYSDOT Statewide IEN To interconnect TMCs across NY state.
NYSDOT TAMS Transportation Asset Management System for NYSDOT.
NYSDOT/NYPD Help Vehicles Service patrol vehicles. Dispatched by NYPD TMC.
NYSTA Toll Collection Equipment Electronic toll collection roadway equipment. E.g., tag readers, toll booth equipment, lane curtains, etc.
NYSTA TSOC Thruway Statewide Operations Center
PANYNJ Airports Bus Operators Dispatch Centers Operations and control center systems for the PANYNJ Airport Buses
PANYNJ Airports Communications Desk/Operations Center Central operations coordination and communications systems. Also includes other central systems such as facility-based ITS servers.
PANYNJ Airports Field Equipment Field equipment including traffic signals, dynamic message signs, highway advisory radio, ramp meters, CCTV, and portable equipment, and may include sensors and CCTV off the facility.
PANYNJ Airports In-Terminal Customer Information Systems In-terminal customer information display systems.
PANYNJ Airports OEM Office of Emergency Management for PANYNJ Airports
PANYNJ Airports Operations Control Centers Operations and control center systems for the PANYNJ Airports AirTrain.
PANYNJ Airports Parking Management Parking Management for PANYNJ Airports. Coordinates parking information with NY511 and NJ511
PANYNJ Airports Welcome Centers Includes interactive voice response telephone systems and interactive websites.
PANYNJ Bus Terminal/Station Customer Information Systems In-terminal customer information display systems.
PANYNJ Bus Terminal/Station Operations Control Centers Central operations coordination and communications systems. Also includes other central systems such as facility-based ITS servers.
PANYNJ Bus Terminals/Stations Field Equipment Field equipment including traffic signals, dynamic message signs, highway advisory radio, ramp meters, CCTV, and portable equipment.
PANYNJ Bus Terminals/Stations Traveler Information System Includes interactive voice response telephone systems and interactive websites.
PANYNJ Central Traffic Management System Centralized PANYNJ Traffic Signal Control
PANYNJ PAPD Communications Centers Dispatch Dispatch centers, on each facility, for Port Authority Police Department.
PANYNJ PATH Alerts A subscription service that notifies customers of PATH train delays, schedule changes, and emergency information via email and text message
PANYNJ PATH CCTV Cameras Closed Circuit Television devices that are operated and maintained by PANYNJ PATH.
PANYNJ PATH Fare Management System Central electronic transit fare payment management systems. Systems may connect with other similar systems to achieve regional transit fare payment services for regional transit riders.
PANYNJ PATH Fare Point of Sale Fare card point of sale systems.
PANYNJ PATH Operations Center Central operations coordination and communications systems.
PANYNJ PATH PATHVISION In-terminal customer information display systems.
PANYNJ PATH SmartLink Card Transit fare card.
PANYNJ PATH Transit Vehicles Rail transit vehicles.
PANYNJ PATH Traveler Information Systems Includes interactive voice response telephone systems and interactive websites.
PANYNJ PATH Vehicle Maintenance Facility PATH maintenance facility systems.
PANYNJ Port Commerce CCTV Fixed and positionable CCTV Cameras.
PANYNJ Port Commerce Commercial Vehicle Check Roadway systems used to monitor and check commercial vehicles at PANYNJ Ports
PANYNJ Port Commerce Credentialing Back Office (SEALINK) Port terminal back office credentialing systems.
PANYNJ Port Commerce Field Equipment Field equipment including traffic signals, dynamic message signs, highway advisory radio, ramp meters, and portable equipment.
PANYNJ Port Commerce Operations Control Center Central operations coordination and communications systems. Also includes other central systems such as facility-based ITS servers.
PANYNJ Port Commerce Terminal Access Equipment Roadway systems used to monitor and check commercial vehicles.
PANYNJ Port Commerce Traveler Information System Includes interactive voice response telephone systems and interactive websites.
PANYNJ TBT Bus Ramp Field Equipment Field equipment on bus terminal ramps.
PANYNJ TBT Commercial Vehicle Check Roadway systems used to monitor and check commercial vehicles at PANYNJ Bridges and Tunnels
PANYNJ TBT Communications Desk Central operations coordination and communications systems. Also includes other central systems such as facility-based ITS servers. Facility based traffic management and emergency vehicle dispatch
PANYNJ TBT Electronic Toll Collection Equipment Electronic toll collection roadway equipment. E.g., tag readers, toll booth equipment, lane curtains, etc.
PANYNJ TBT Emergency Response Vehicles Response vehicles including fire trucks.
PANYNJ TBT Field Equipment Field equipment including traffic signals, dynamic message signs, highway advisory radio, ramp meters, CCTV, E-ZPass Tag Readers, and portable equipment.
PANYNJ TBT Maintenance Unit Bridge, tunnels and terminals maintenance facility.
PANYNJ TBT Traveler Information System Includes interactive voice response telephone systems and interactive websites.
PANYNJ Traveler Information Systems Includes interactive voice response telephone systems and the PANYNJ Website
PANYNJ Tunnel and Bridge Alerts Subscription service that inform customers about incidents and events that may delay their trip across Port Authority bridges or tunnels. Sent via email or text message.
Pedestrians Pedestrians
Port Authority Office of Emergency Management Emergency operations center for the Port Authority of New York and New Jersey
Port Authority Wide TMC
Print and Broadcast Media Newspaper, radio, television, cable television broadcast media.
Private Commercial and Fleet Vehicles Private commercial and fleet vehicles
Private Commercial Vehicle and Fleet Dispatch Private commercial vehicle and fleet dispatch systems.
Private Commuter Bus Operators Private Bus Operators that run commuter routes in the region (i.e., New Jersey to Manhattan, Lakeland Bus Lines, etc.)
Private Ferry Operators Systems Private ferry operators ITS systems including schedule information systems. This element contains operators not licensed by NYCDOT -- e.g., NJ private ferry operators.
Private ISPs Private ISPs e.g. Shadow Traffic, Metro Traffic.
Private Long-Distance Bus Operators Systems Includes bus dispatch, scheduling, and fare management systems. E.g., GreyHound.
Private Paratransit Operators Systems Paratransit operations systems including scheduled and dynamic pick-up, and central vehicle tracking.
Private Paratransit Operators Vehicles Private operators paratransit vehicles.
Private Surface Transportation Weather Information Systems Private roadway weather information systems
Private Terminal Operators Roadside Tag Readers Private Roadside Tag Readers at PANYNJ Ports
Private Terminal Operators Systems Central systems of private terminal operators at ports.
Private Traveler Information Private traveler information providers serving the region. May also include various websites
Private Travelers Personal Computing Devices E.g., cellular telephones, PDAs, and personal computers.
Private Travelers Vehicles Private travelers vehicles
Public and Private Park and Ride Systems Public and private park and ride systems.
Public Utilities Dispatches Dispatches for public utilities in the region. Includes Con-Ed, Verizon, etc.
Railroad Operators Passenger and freight rail operators systems.
Railroad Operators Wayside Equipment Rail wayside equipment interconnected with other traffic management roadway equipment used increase safety at at-grade crossings.
Regional Event Promoters Regional cultural, and sporting event promoters.
State Departments of Motor Vehicles New York, New Jersey, and Connecticut motor vehicle administration systems.
State EOCs New York, New Jersey and Connecticut Emergency Operations Centers.
TRANSCOM Data Fusion Engine The TRANSCOM Data Fusion engine combines TRANSMIT data with Private Information Service Provider data, and other traffic data, into a single source of travel times.
TRANSCOM Mobile Communications Devices e.g., pagers
TRANSCOM OpenReach Archive This archive holds data from the TRANSCOM OpenReach Servers, including road network conditions, traffic images, and maintenance and construction information. TRANSCOM Member Agencies can access the archive through TRANSCOM OpenReach Servers. Archived data is accessible for 6 months - data from longer periods of time can be accessed manually.
TRANSCOM OpenReach Client This element is multiply mapped to TMS and Archive Data User. The mapping to TMS allows the workstations to be used to enter traffic/incident information by an operator for transmission to the TRANSCOM Regional Server.
TRANSCOM OpenReach Servers The TRANSCOM regional architecture (TRA) is a program. It coordinates the collection and redistribution of traffic flow, origin-destination, incident, construction, equipment status and special event information data between transportation management centers running the TRANSCOM regional architecture. Both highway and transit facility data is distributed via TRA.
TRANSCOM Other Member / Non-Member Agencies Systems TRANSCOM member and non-member agencies systems outside of the NYMTC region. Including: ConnDOT, CT State Police, NJHA, NJ Turnpike, NJ DOT.
TRANSCOM TRANSMIT Data Archive This archive holds data from the TRANSCOM TRANSMIT Servers. This data includes speed data, origin and destination trip data, and in the future will include vehicle types. TRANSCOM Member Agencies can access the archive through TRANSCOM OpenReach Servers. Archived data is accessible for 6 months - data from longer periods of time can be accessed manually.
TRANSCOM TRANSMIT Server Central equipment located at TRANSCOM that interconnect with the TRANSMIT Agencies TRANSMIT Servers.
TRANSMIT Agencies Field Equipment Transponder readers.
TRANSMIT Agencies TRANSMIT Servers TRANSMIT agencies central equipment that interconnect with TRANSMIT field equipment. Agencies with TRANSMIT Servers include MTAB&T, NYCDOT, NYSDOT R.8, NYSDOT R.10, NYSDOT R.11, PANYNJ
Transportation Information Users Systems General transportation information systems used to access transportation agencies archival data.
Vehicle Characteristics This terminator represents the external view of an individual vehicle. It includes vehicle characteristics such as height, width, length, weight, and other properties (e.g., magnetic properties, number of axles) that allow an individual vehicle to be detected and measured or classified.
Vehicle Location System On-board systems used to determine vehicle location.
Weather Service Provider Systems Private and public weather information systems.
Web-Based Social Networking Services Web-based social networking services. For example, Twitter and/or Facebook
Westchester County Bee Line Buses Fixed-route transit vehicles.
Westchester County Bee Line Customer Information / Display Systems Includes kiosks and customer information displays at stations and stops.
Westchester County Bee Line Fare Management System Central electronic transit fare payment management systems. Systems may connect with other similar systems to achieve regional transit fare payment services for regional transit riders.
Westchester County Bee Line Operations Center Systems Includes bus dispatch, vehicle tracking, and scheduling systems.
Westchester County Bee Line Traveler Information System Includes interactive voice response telephone systems and agency interactive websites.
Westchester County Bee Line Web Site Web pages with transit information for the Westchester County Bee Line.