The District Six TSM&O Program is committed to identifying ITS implementation and improvement projects to optimize the transportation management services in south Florida.
The Florida Keys Connecting Overseas to Advance Safe Travel (Keys COAST) will be the first of its kind connected and automated vehicle (CAV) project being led by FDOT District 6. The project will be located on the US 1 in Monroe County from MM 0.0 to MM 112.5. The project will establish connectivity between various modes (cars, trucks, buses, pedestrians, bicyclists, and emergency vehicles) and a connected vehicle traffic signal system (CVTSS) along with other systems such as mid‐block pedestrian crossings, weigh‐in‐motion (WIM), drawbridge, and emergency signals. The project concept includes roadside units (RSUs) capable of Dedicated Short-Range Communications (DSRC) and cellular communications, a cloud‐based information dissemination platform, customized software applications, a real‐time traffic signal performance monitoring system, on‐board units (OBUs), smartphone on‐board units, and bike‐ped safety applications. Automated Traffic Signal Performance Measures (ATSPM) will be established to determine the effectiveness of the project and to allow for real‐time performance monitoring.
This project will be implemented along SR 997 Krome Avenue from SR 998/Campbell Drive to SR25/US 27/Okeechobee Road. Project updates will include the installation of ITS technology along 33.8 miles of Krome Avenue in Miami-Dade County.
This project is targeted mainly at improving freight mobility and reliability along this important roadway. ITS and TSM&O improvements were conceptualized during the Project Development and Environment (PD&E) phase, and will be implemented in subsequent project phases. FDOT is also partnering with Miami-Dade County as they develop their plans for communications, controllers and deploying cameras. This partnership is important so that all the TSM&O assets can be leveraged effectively. The design of these projects is currently underway. Construction is expected to begin in late 2020.
This project is installing Wrong Way Driving Detection Systems along 90 locations in District Six to reduce wrong-way driving incidents with the intention of helping motorists properly identify interstate exit ramps and avoid entering them the wrong way.
District Six Sunguide Transportation Management Center (TMC) will upgrade its existing video wall with state-of-the-art technology that will improve image display resolution, take up less space, and ensure long-term sustainability.
This project consists of continuing the managed lanes system along SR 826/Palmetto Expressway from NW 154 Street to the Golden Glades Interchange (GGI). The project is currently in the design phase, for more information, please visit www.fdotmiamidade.com.
This project consist of replacing 26 Dynamic Message Signs with full-color LED Matrix signs the replacement of nine DMS structures, the installation of two DMS confirmation CCTV cameras and one MVDS. Electrical service wires will be replaced with new conductors and power service points will also be upgraded, including support pole, panel board, meter can, surge suppression device, grounding and circuit breakers.
This project expanded the Monroe County Traffic Signal System (MCTSS) along the State Highway System in the City of Key West. This improved the city’s traffic signal infrastructure, added wireless routers, upgraded traffic signal controllers, added a backup power supply system at each traffic signal, and retrofitted cabinet doors for easier police access. Arterial management software was also upgraded allowing for remote management from the SunGuide Transportation Management Center (TMC).
This pilot project installed connected incident response vehicle technology on the fleet of Incident Response Vehicles (IRV) to connect motorists with roadway infrastructure and navigation applications in real-time. This technology is used when IRV operators activate their arrow board to manage an event which sends an alert to nearby drivers. This is an example of Infrastructure to Vehicle (I2V) communication which improves traveler information efforts and safety on the roadway.
FDOT implemented Adaptive Signal Control Technology (ASCT) along NW 119 Street and NW 27 Avenue in Miami-Dade County. The project consists of 15 signalized intersections along NW 119 Street from west of NW 32 Avenue to NW 5 Avenue, and along NW 27 Avenue from NW 110 Street to NW 119 Street.
This PD&E Study proposed corridor improvements to add highway and interchange capacity, along with the implementation of an express lanes system and interchange improvements. For more information, please visit www.fdotmiamidade.com.
This project consists of implementing a managed lanes system along SR 826/Palmetto Expressway from West Flagler Street to NW 154 Street, and along I-75 from SR 826/Palmetto Expressway to NW 170 Street in Miami-Dade County. The project is approximately 13 miles long and features a new four-lane tolled managed lanes facility in the existing median, as well as ramp signals along several ingress points along the roadway. For more information, please visit www.palmettoexpresslanes.com.
The Department began the operations and maintenance of 17 signalized intersections, 10 emergency signals and 26 beacons from MM 4.4 (US 1/North Roosevelt Blvd and Cross Street) in Key West to MM 106.5 (US-1/Overseas Highway and CR 905) in Key Largo..
This project replaced Dynamic Message Signs (DMS) along the freeway and arterial roadways; installed Closed Circuit Television (CCTV) cameras; assembled ramp signals at ingress points; and installed MVDS or Automatic Vehicle Identification within the Golden Glades Interchange flyover.
The 95 Express Phase 2 project extended the existing express lanes from the Golden Glades Interchange in Miami-Dade County to Broward Boulevard in Broward County. The project began construction in November 2011 and was completed in October 2016.
This major multilevel interchange reconstruction project included additional ITS elements such as new CCTV cameras, new DMS along SR 826 between SW 24 Street and NW 36 Street, vehicle detectors and fiber optic cables. The addition of these devices provide District Six with full coverage of the SR 826/SR 836 Interchange and completes the final fiber optic cable link for SR 826. Arterial DMS was also installed along SW 88 Street, SW 8 Street, Flagler Street, NW 25 Street, and NW 36 Street. Construction was completed in 2016.
The project involved the deployment of ITS and ASCT to 29 signals, the largest ASCT pilot project in the state. The goal of this project was to improve mobility, particularly for freight moving along the corridor. The installation of ASCT devices was completed in 2016.
These design-build projects replaced five amber freeway Dynamic Messaging Signs (DMS)s with color LED full-matrix DMSs. The DMS project was completed in July 2014 and the arterial DMS project was completed in April 2015.
This design-build project replaced five amber freeway DMSs with color LED full-matrix DMSs. Four are located along I-95 and one located along I-195. Construction of these signals was completed in July 2014.
This design-build project replaced two DMS, installed 21 CCTV cameras and eight vehicle detectors in Miami-Dade and Monroe counties. Construction began in June 2011 and was completed in August 2013.
All four ramps to and from I-95 at NW 62 Street were resurfaced causing the entrance ramp detectors used for ramp signaling to be replaced. Construction of this project began in April 2013 and was completed in June 2013.
The Port of Miami Tunnel Project consists of three main improvements: the construction of a pair of twin tunnels (120 feet below sea level) that connect Watson Island and the Port of Miami (Dodge Island), increased connections to the Port of Miami roadway system, and widening the MacArthur Causeway Bridge. The project was completed in May 2013.
This project provided an important roadway capacity improvement to the eastbound I-75 exit to southbound SR 826. The ITS elements on this project include the addition of two new microwave vehicle detectors and fiber optic cable. Construction began in January 2012 and was completed in May 2013.
This project included the installation of a new DMS and four microwave vehicle detectors along SR 826. Construction began in September 2011 and was completed in January 2013.
The ITS components of this project included the relocation of one DMS and four microwave vehicle detectors along I-195. Construction began in November 2010 and was completed in January 2013.
This upgrade allows the ITS office to communicate on the Statewide Law Enforcement Radio System (SLERS) delivering a more secure and clear signal between the TMC and the Road Rangers. District Six completed the transition to the 800 MHz radio system in September 2012.
This project established the express lanes along southbound I-95 from just south of Miami Gardens Drive to just north of State Road 836, as well as activated 14 Ramp Signals — 12 along southbound entrance points from Ives Dairy Road to NW 62nd Street, as well as two more on I-95’s northbound side (at Miami Gardens Drive and Ives Dairy Road). Phase 1 was completed in early 2010.
The I-395 ITS design-build deployment has construction limits along I-395 between I-95 and Alton Road; along Biscayne Boulevard between I-395 and Port Boulevard; and along Port Boulevard between Biscayne Boulevard and the Port of Miami Administration Building. The system includes the following components: 10 CCTV cameras; 10 detectors; one DMS; and 72 strand fiber optic cable. As this project area serves the Port of Miami, so will these devices and provide future integration among the TMC and the Port of Miami operations. The project was completed in February 2010.
The State Road (SR) 826 ITS design-build deployment, between NW 25th Street and NW 122nd Street, includes the following components: six new CCTV cameras and the integration of four existing CCTV cameras; three DMS; 37 detectors; and 72 strand fiber optic cable. The project was constructed in February 2010.
This project was the state’s first arterial ITS deployment tying into a FDOT TMC. The ITS system runs along US 1 between SW 17th Avenue and SW 112th Avenue (approximately 17 miles), includes the following components: 17 Closed Circuit Television (CCTV) cameras and four dynamic message signs (DMS); six detectors; 96 strand fiber-optic cable (installed 36 strand fiber optic cable for Miami-Dade Transit); and two communications hub buildings. The system was installed in July 2008.