Kauai Regional ITS Architecture

Flow: emergency traffic control request

Special request to preempt the current traffic control strategy in effect at one or more signalized intersections or highway segments, activate traffic control and closure systems such as gates and barriers, activate safeguard systems, or use driver information systems. For example, this flow can request all signals to red-flash, request a progression of traffic control preemptions along an emergency vehicle route, request a specific evacuation traffic control plan, request activation of a road closure barrier system, or place a public safety or emergency-related message on a dynamic message sign.
Communications Standards:
NTCIP C2C AASHTO-17 File Transfer Protocol (FTP) Application Profile NTCIP 2303
NTCIP C2C AASHTO-20 Application Profile for DATEX-ASN (AP-DATEX) NTCIP 2304
NTCIP C2C AASHTO-21 Octet Encoding Rules (OER) Base Protocol NTCIP 1102
NTCIP C2C AASHTO-28 Ethernet Subnetwork Profile NTCIP 2104
NTCIP C2C AASHTO-39 Center-to-Center Naming Convention Specification NTCIP 1104
NTCIP C2C AASHTO-XML Application Profile for XML Message Encoding and Transport in ITS Center-to-Center Communications (C2C XML) NTCIP 2306
NTCIP C2C S-88 Internet (TCP/IP and UDP/IP) Transport Profile NTCIP 2202
Message Standards:
IEEE IM IEEE7 Standard for Common Incident Management Message Sets for use by Emergency Management Centers IEEE 1512 -2006
IEEE IM P1512.1 Standard for Traffic Incident Management Message Sets for Use by Emergency Management Centers IEEE 1512.1-2006
IEEE IM P1512.2 Standard for Public Safety Traffic Incident Management Message Sets for Use by Emergency Management Centers IEEE 1512.2-2004
IEEE IM P1512.3 Standard for Hazardous Material Incident Management Message Sets for Use by Emergency Management Centers IEEE 1512.3-2006
IEEE IM P1512.4 Standard for Common Traffic Incident Management Message Sets for Use in Entities External to Centers IEEE P1512.4
ITE-TMDD21 ITE-TMDD21 Traffic Management Data Dictionary (TMDD) and Message Sets for External Traffic Management Center Communications (MS/ETMCC) ITE TMDD
NEMA TS3.4 NEMA TS3.4 Global Object Definitions NTCIP 1201
NTCIP 1211 NTCIP 1211 Object Definitions for Signal Control and Prioritization (SCP) NTCIP 1211
Data Standards:
No Data Standards

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