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INTELLIGENT URBAN TRAFFIC CONTROL SYSTEM

KKKA6424
Task 7
ITS Deployment
PROF. IR. DR. RIZA ATIQ ABDULLAH OK RAHMAT

Done by:

ALAA.H.MOUSA ID: P71081




Introduction
Deployment of intelligent transport systems in kuala lumpur for host a world
cup and for interfaces with other modes of transport defines ITS as systems in
which information and communication technologies are applied in the field of
road transport foe the event, including infrastructure, vehicles and users, and
in traffic management and mobility management, as well as for interfaces with
other modes of transport
Infrastructure legacy
Airport upgrades to deal with planned capacity increases during the world cup
and after the tournament with klia airports increasing their passenger
capacity substantially in many areas such as parking, checking facilities and
baggage processing.
Stadiums, training grounds and base camps: new stadiums provided with a
number of world class sporting facilities which are sure to enable the country
to attract more global sporting events in the future.
Base camp: this is a hotel coupled with a training ground, which the teams
will use on non-match days.
Training sites need to meet FIFA requirements. After the tournament the
communities around these stadiums benefit from having improved sports
facilities.
Artificial football turfs: Fifa one star artificial turfs will be built over in rural
and township areas around kuala lumpur

Marketing and Communications a key to success
System in general and special event conditions in specific In the case of events that
have large attendance, such as football cup, TMC typically creates customized pages
specifically for those events. Smaller events, however, are covered on the agencys
current incidents page
The communication campaign must target local, national and international
markets, and encompass a number of communication channels.
You must develop a theme for 2020 communication campaign, e.g. the
climate, the ocean, the food and much more
On the ground activities must focus on schools, transport nodes, shopping
centres, beaches. These were aimed at informing and engaging with your
citizens to be proud and supportive ambassadors of the City
Complete transport infrastructure plan early
Park and Ride/Walk
Reduce the perception of crime and safety of fans
Develop city beautification plan
Stage sufficient dry-run events to ensure good preparation for the 2020 event



Web/Internet-based Traveler Information System
Web/Internet-based Traveler Information System follows a similar process as that of
Telephone-based Traveler Information Systems in terms of methodology and process
for calculating related benefits. This ITS option also calculates only the change in user
mobility as an annual benefit based on the following two-parameter settings:
Maximum amount of time saved by each traveler saving time

Cable TV
During special events, the TMC offers a cable TV program that provides audio from
the travelers advisory radio system, scrolling text with traffic and incident
information, and video feeds from traffic cameras. This same type of show is used
daily and for peak traffic periods seven days a week.








Traffic Management System
For the big event traffic increases the need for solutions allowing to monitor and
control traffic helping to increase road safety, to improve traffic flow, and to protect
the environment. kuala lumpur city provides traffic management solutions allowing
road authorities and operators to manage, monitor and maintain their roadways while
giving the road users intelligent information to ensure convenient and save trip.


Traffic Surveillance System
Traffic cameras are an innovative and extremely functional use of video surveillance
technology for world cup. They're atop traffic signals and placed along busy roads,
around the event place and at busy intersections of the highway used to monitor traffic
flow in and around the event area, and are provided to the public on the Internet and
cable TV during the event.




Monitoring Priority areas
Priority areas described in the safety implementation area map have been classified
into infrastructure based systems The priority systems mentioned in the area map
were selected on the basis of their impacts in the near future (2020), and their fitness
for deployment. Systems, which will be available in all events areas such as hotels,
malls, traffics,

eCall system
Active this system such as this event is very important for safety The use of in-vehicle
emergency call (eCall) to deploy emergency assistance will save lives and reduce the
social burden of road accidents by improving the notification of such accidents,
speeding up the emergency service response and lowering the subsequent effects on
fatalities, severity of injuries and traffic flows. eCall is an emergency call either
generated manually by vehicle occupants or automatically via activation of in-vehicle
sensors when an accident occurs.

Versatile Dynamic Message Sign (DMS)
DMS play an important role as traffic control devices to improve safety and
operations of roadways for big event. Messages are pre-programmed, but may be
changed in real time as conditions warrant. The signs may be moved to different
locations, as needed during an event, an advantage over permanent dynamic message
signs. Several examples of different situations where DMS should be used to provide
useful information to travelers are outlined below.
Special Events: Events such as ball games, parades, concerts, etc. are special
events that may be allowed to be displayed
Emergency: This is when unplanned events require extreme traffic diversions.
Incident Management: DMS as traffic control at incident scenes can reduce
delays and protect motorists safety.





Security and Safety Applications
Notify you for stopped vehicles where they dont belong
Helps to initiate rapid incident detection and emergency response
Especially useful in Tunnel management for:
Automatic Incident Detection
Wrong way vehicle detection
Smoke or fire detection
Lost cargo











Traveler Information System
Telephone-based Traveler Information System belongs to the Regional Multimodal
Traveler Information Systems. This ITS option produces only changes in user
mobility as an annual benefit based on the following two parameter settings:
Market penetration
Maximum amount of time saved by each traveler saving time
Here, in-coverage delay time means that the difference between the loaded travel time
and the free-flow travel time + the incident delay from travel time reliability









System to influence shift from private cars to public transport
The public sector, in particular the transport sector, is facing important societal
challenges that require new and innovative solutions. Here especially intelligent
transport systems and related services are seen as the vehicle for solving these
challenges. Even though deployment of ITS solutions, often in isolated proprietary
systems, broad deployments of harmonized systems and services require the
involvement of several public sector, resulting in the need for new and innovative
ways of procurement Much of the focus of public transport policy and planning is
focused on improving services for work-related trips. Governments and transport
authorities have also recognized the role of public transport in serving other
community and economic needs including the tourism market and access to major
events.

State transport departments must recognize the desirability of increasing the mode
share of public transport for major events. Those benefit include:
The capacity of public transport to quickly move the large number of people
attending events;
Reduced traffic congestion at and in the vicinity of event venues;
The broader environmental benefits of reduced car usage; and
Minimized customer frustration caused by the costs and delays associated with
public transport travel and parking at events.
Move the car parks out side the event by least 10km2 round
Allow campaigns and parades to establish in the streets while preserving a direct line
for buses and public transport