ATSPMs are defined as a suite of performance measures, data collection, and data analysis tools to support objectives and performance-based approaches to traffic signal operations, maintenance, management, and design. In this course, participants review the fundamental concepts of ATSPM including the ATSPM data application hierarchy, the transition from traditional to objectives-based signal maintenance and operations processes, how signal performance measures are generated, common performance measures and how they link to objectives, and ATSPM hardware and software configurations and how those setups impact the types of ATSPMs a system can support. Participants also explore real-world applications of ATSPM to learn about the benefits their peers have realized through the implementation and application of ATSPMs.
This course provides participants with a detailed explanation of ATSPMs and explores ways they can be integrated into agency practices to achieve an objective-driven, performance-oriented process for maintaining and operating traffic signals.
The target audience is signal engineers and operators who work with or for agencies that have implemented ATSPM technology and are working to integrate performance-based management into their day-to-day signal operations and maintenance. The secondary audience includes signal engineers, operators, and decision makers who are considering implementing ATSPM technology.
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