Maui Regional ITS Architecture

Element: Maui Bus Fixed Route Dispatch

Description: Represents the dispatch function for Maui Bus fixed-route vehicles.
Status: Existing
Stakeholder: County of Maui Department of Transportation
Functional Areas:
(Linked to Functional Requirements)
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Transit Center Fixed-Route Operations
Transit Center Information Services
Transit Center Multi-Modal Coordination
Transit Center Security
Transit Center Vehicle Tracking
Transit Data Collection
Center Secure Area Surveillance
Transit Evacuation Support
Transit Center Passenger Counting
Transit Center Signal Priority

County of Maui EOC
HDOT-HWY-M Traffic Operations Center
Maui 911 Communications Center
Maui Bus Fixed Route Vehicles
Maui Bus Hub Displays
Maui Bus Paratransit Dispatch
Maui Bus Transfer Hub Security Equipment
Maui Bus Traveler Information System
Maui Data Warehouse
Maui DPW Traffic Operations Center
Private Personal Computing Devices
Service Packages: AD2 - ITS Data Warehouse - Maui Data Warehouse
APTS01 - Transit Vehicle Tracking - Maui Bus
APTS02 - Transit Fixed-Route Operations - Maui Bus
APTS05 - Transit Security - Maui Bus
APTS05 - Transit Security - Maui Bus
APTS07 - Multi-modal Coordination - Maui Bus
APTS08 - Transit Traveler Information - Maui Bus
APTS09 - Transit Signal Priority - Maui Bus
APTS09 - Transit Signal Priority - Maui Bus
APTS10 - Transit Passenger Counting - Maui Bus
EM08 - Disaster Response and Recovery - County of Maui and HDOT (3 of 3)
EM09 - Evacuation and Reentry Management - County of Maui and HDOT
Mapping: Emergency Management
Transit Management

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