California Department of Transportation
 

Development of an Integrated Adaptive Transit Signal Priority (ATSP) and Dynamic Passenger Information (DPI)

Contact

Bradley Mizuno
Email: Bradley.Mizuno@dot.ca.gov

Task Description

Transit Signal Priority (TSP) and Dynamic Passenger Information (DPI) have become two strategic technologies to attract more transit riders.   Currently transit agencies have to go to different vendors for TSP and DPI systems.  As a result, multiple Advanced Vehicle Location and Global Positioning System (AVL/GPS) units, computer hardware and communication links need to be installed on a single bus.  An integrated TSP and DPI system is needed to reduce cost and complexity of system maintenance for transit operators. The project will develop a dynamic passenger information system as extension of the ATSP (Adaptive Transit Signal Priority) system as it has the key features the DPI needs. The integrated system will provide transit signal priority along El Camino Real at 51 intersections, and real-time passenger information at selected bus stations, on web or cell phones.

Task Objective

To develop an integrated ATSP/DPI system using the existing hardware and communication link already deployed by transit agencies.

Final Report/Deliverables

Development of an Integrated Adaptive Transit Signal Priority (ATSP) and Dynamic Passenger Information (DPI) System