Maui Regional ITS Architecture

Stakeholder: County of Maui Department of Transportation

Most Maui ITS stakeholders can be associated with one or more ITS elements and ITS Services that make up the Maui regional transportation system. The table below contains the stakeholder description followed by the ITS Elements and ITS Services associated with the stakeholder.

Description: The County of Maui Department of Transportation is responsible for planning and implementing all modes of transportation in the County of Maui, including those in the air and those on the water and land. In addition, it is responsible for planning and developing an efficient program to facilitate the rapid, safe, and economical movement of people and goods in the County of Maui. Finally, the department is responsible for coordinating transportation programs in the County of Maui with other county departments and with agencies of the state and federal government.
Elements Maui Bus Fixed Route Dispatch
Maui Bus Fixed Route Vehicles
Maui Bus Hub Displays
Maui Bus Paratransit Dispatch
Maui Bus Paratransit Vehicles
Maui Bus Transfer Hub Security Equipment
Maui Bus Traveler Information System
Service Packages AD2 - ITS Data Warehouse - Maui Data Warehouse
APTS01 - Transit Vehicle Tracking - Maui Bus
APTS02 - Transit Fixed-Route Operations - Maui Bus
APTS03 - Demand Response Transit Operations - 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
APTS10 - Transit Passenger Counting - Maui Bus
ATIS01 - Broadcast Traveler Information - HDOT GoAkamai
ATIS01 - Broadcast Traveler Information - County of Maui Website
ATIS02 - Interactive Traveler Information - HDOT GoAkamai
ATIS02 - Interactive Traveler Information - County of Maui Website
APTS09 - Transit Signal Priority - 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

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