Maui Regional ITS Architecture

Element: HDOT-HWY-M Field Devices

Description: Represents field devices owned by HDOT Highways - Maui District.
Status: Existing
Stakeholder: Hawaii Department of Transportation - Highways Division, Maui District
Functional Areas:
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Roadway Signal Priority
Roadway Basic Surveillance
Roadway Signal Controls
Roadway Traffic Information Dissemination
Roadway Work Zone Traffic Control
Roadway Field Device Monitoring
Roadway Signal Preemption

HDOT-HWY-M Maintenance Dispatch
HDOT-HWY-M Traffic Operations Center
Maui Bus Fixed Route Vehicles
Maui DPW Traffic Operations Center
Maui EMS Vehicles
Maui Fire Vehicles
Service Packages: APTS09 - Transit Signal Priority - Maui Bus
ATMS01 - Network Surveillance - Maui Department of Public Works (DPW)
ATMS01 - Network Surveillance - HDOT Highways Maui District (HDOT - HWY - M)
ATMS03 - Traffic Signal Control - Maui Department of Public Works (DPW)
ATMS03 - Traffic Signal Control - HDOT
ATMS06 - Traffic Information Dissemination - Maui Department of Public Works (DPW)
ATMS06 - Traffic Information Dissemination - HDOT Highway Maui District (HDOT-HWY-M)
EM02 - Emergency Routing - HDOT Highway Maui District (HDOT-HWY-M) / Maui Department of Fire and Public Safety
EM02 - Emergency Routing - HDOT Highway Maui District (HDOT-HWY-M) / Maui EMS
MC07 - Roadway Maintenance and Construction - HDOT Highway Maui District (HDOT-HWY-M)
MC08 - Work Zone Management - HDOT Highway Maui District (HDOT-HWY-M)
Mapping: Roadway

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