Tennessee Regional ITS Architectures and Deployment Plans

 

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Clarksville Regional ITS Architecture

The Clarksville Regional ITS Architecture and Deployment Plan was first developed in 2006 and was later updated in 2015.  The 2015 update reflects changes within the Clarksville Region as well as changes to the National ITS Architecture.  The update process was led by the Tennessee Department of Transportation (TDOT) in close coordination with the Clarksville Urbanized Area Metropolitan Planning Organization (CUAMPO).


The Clarksville Region is comprised of Montgomery County in Tennessee and the southeast portion of Christian County in Kentucky. Stakeholders that participated in the update included TDOT, Kentucky Transportation Cabinet, CUAMPO, City of Clarksville, City of Hopkinsville, Clarksville Transit System, Mid-Cumberland Human Resource Agency, and Fort Campbell.  The updated components include the Clarksville Regional ITS Architecture and Deployment Plan report, Turbo Architecture Database, and Interactive Regional ITS Architecture.

Project Documents (2015 Version)

Regional ITS Architecture and Deployment Plan Turbo Architecture Database

Interactive Regional ITS Architecture

 

 

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