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San Diego I-15 Integrated Corridor Management (ICM) System: Phase I


This report describes the Stage One work of the US Department of Transportation’s (DOT) federally-sponsored Integrated Corridor Management (ICM) Program for the I-15 Corridor in San Diego County, California, between State Route 52 in the city of San Diego and State Route 78 in the city of Escondido. The development work is based on the systems engineering process whereby this work focused specifically on the concept of operations and the system requirements specifications. The development of the concept of operations consists of the following elements: vision, goals and objectives for the I-15 corridor; operational concept description, approaches, and strategies; corridor user needs; implementation issues; institutional framework; and operational scenarios. The development of the system requirements specification primarily depends on the set of user needs developed in concept of operations. Seventeen user needs were transformed into 17 corresponding functional areas for the I-15 ICMS system, which formed the core of the development of the system requirements. The report also includes a description of the data available for the next Phase of I-15 ICM effort (analysis, modeling and simulation).

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