To promote efficient operation of transport systems, user facilitation, behavior change and reduced environmental impact through smart technologies and transportation policies.
CITIESAdopt any four solutions or policies to support a city-wide smart and efficient transportation system.
COMMUNITIESAdopt any two solutions or policies to support a community-wide smart and efficient transportation system. Indicative list of solutions:
- Passenger Information System (PIS) - At least 80% of all transit stations identified in TR Credit: Compact, Mixed Use and Transit Oriented Development, 1. Access to transit facilities must be equipped with PIS system.
- Automated Speed Enforcement- At least 80% of city roads to be equipped for automated speed enforcement.
- Traffic Surveillance- At least 80% of all transit stations identified in TR Credit: Compact, Mixed Use and Transit Oriented Development, 1. Access to transit facilities must be equipped with CCTVs for traffic surveillance.
- Global Positioning System (GPS)/ General Packet Radio Service (GPRS) - All public transit vehicles must be equipped with GPS system.
- Signal Synchronization and Transit Signal Priority- All signals on major roads must be synchronized or prioritized to address varying traffic flows.
- Integrated Ticketing System- At least 80% of all public transit systems and subsystems to have Automatic Ticketing System.
- Real-time Parking Management- At least 80% of all public and multi-level parking to have real-time parking management system.
- Electronic Toll Collection- All toll booths and plazas to have electronic toll collection system.
- Radio Frequency Identification (RFID): Adopt RFID technology for logistics and/or for public transportation system.
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