This report describes the development of a regional Intelligent Transportation Systems (ITS) Architecture for the five-county urban area under the auspices of the Kentuckiana Regional Planning and Development Agency (KIPDA). The architecture development process included the following steps: (1) Preliminary Architecture Work; (2) Inventory of Existing and Planned Projects; (3) Assessment of Regional Needs; (4) Development of Preliminary Architecture; (5) Review and Revision of Architecture; and (6) Delivery of Final Architecture and Documentation. Principal tools used in the development included the National ITS Architecture (version 4.0) and the Turbo Architecture software (version 2.0). Deliverables included the architecture database (created using the Turbo software), a set of 61 customized market package diagrams (representing 36 market packages), and several reports generated by the Turbo software.
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Crabtree, Joseph D. and Walton, Jennifer R., "Developing an Intelligent Transportation Systems (ITS) Architecture for the KIPDA Region" (2004). Kentucky Transportation Center Research Report. 200.