Maui Regional ITS Architecture

Project Details: Maui CDA Everbridge


Project Name:

Project Details: Maui CDA Everbridge


This project will fully implement the Everbridge disaster traveler information notification (including reverse 911) system.





Geographic Scope:


Project ID:


County of Maui - Civil Defense Agency

Service Packages:

EM10-2 - Disaster Traveler Information - County of Maui EOC Reverse 911

Project Inventory:

County of Maui EOC
Private Personal Computing Devices


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ISP Emergency Traveler Information

  • The center shall provide the capability for a system operator to control the type and update frequency of emergency and wide-area alert information distributed to travelers.
  • The center shall disseminate wide-area alert information to the traveler interface systems, including major emergencies such as a natural or man-made disaster, civil emergency, child abductions, severe weather watches and warnings, military activities, and law enforcement warnings.
  • The center shall disseminate emergency evacuation information to the traveler interface systems, including evacuation zones, shelter information, available transportation modes, road closures and detours, changes to transit services, and traffic and road conditions at the origin, destination, and along the evacuation routes.


Source Architecture Flows Destination
County of Maui EOC emergency traveler information Private Personal Computing Devices
Private Personal Computing Devices emergency traveler information request County of Maui EOC


SDODocument IDTitleType
AASHTO/ITE/NEMA View List NTCIP Center-to-Center Standards Group Group
ASTM/IEEE/SAE View List Dedicated Short Range Communication at 5.9 GHz Standards Group Group
SAE View List Advanced Traveler Information Systems (ATIS) General Use Standards Group Group


Stakeholder Roles and Responsibilities
County of Maui - Civil Defense Agency
Provide evacuation and incident information to travelers in the region using e9-1-1, HDOT GoAkamai System, the Maui County Website, and through private traveler information providers.

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