AZTech Loop 101 Integrated Corridor Management (ICM)

Goals

  • Improve freeway-arterial coordination
  • Event-driven – major incident closing freeway
  • Elevate coordination and communication among partners
  • Work within available resources

AZTech ICM Role

  • Developed Freeway-Arterial Coordination White Paper
  • Developed Concept of ICM in the Region
  • Proposed I-10 and I-17 ICM Projects for MAG Funding
  • Advanced the L101 ICM (Developed Plan, implementation in progress)

Loop 101 ICM Partners & Roles

  • Arizona Department of Transportation (ADOT) – TOC, ALERT
  • Arizona Department of Public Safety
  • Maricopa County DOT –TMC, REACT
  • City of Scottsdale - TMC
  • Scottsdale Police Department/Fire Department
  • Salt River Pima-Maricopa Indian Community (SRPMIC)
  • Maricopa Association of Governments

Unique Aspects

  • Commuter corridor
  • Arterial ITS infrastructure
  • TMC/TOC operations expertise
  • Signal operations
  • Traveler information
  • Provide travelers with specific alternate routes

L101 ICM Plan - Operations Plan

  • Roles and Responsibilites
    • Freeway operations
    • Arterial operations
    • Coordination between traffic and responders
    • Diversion routes and notifications
  • Policies and Agreements
  • Operational Capabilities and Processes
  • Operational Guidelines
  • Master Traffic Management Plan (TMP)
  • Contact List and Lines of Communication

ICM Processes

ICM Processes (Graphic)

For more information, contact:
Faisal Saleem
ITS Branch Manager
MCDOT SMARTDrive Program Manager
Maricopa County Department of Transportation
602-506-1241 / faisalsaleem@mail.maricopa.gov