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Washington County has 124 permanent roadside Bluetooth readers, which passively and in an anonymous fashion collect travel time, speed, and origin-destination information across the major arterials in the urban County. This presentation gives an overview of the program purpose, history, some interesting use cases, and the formation of comparative performance metrics to gauge the magnitude and duration of congestion across the County. These metrics and information will help planners improve travel demand models, consultants improve traffic analyses, operations staff prioritize timing, detection, and maintenance functions, agencies inform traveler information data, and leaders better communicate the story of traffic demand, delay, and congestion on our roadways over time.

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Shaun Quayle is a professional transportation engineer with Washington County involved in numerous ITS projects, including Big Data, Connected Vehicles, and Adaptive traffic signal control. Shaun has been with the County for nearly a year and spent the previous 14 years with Kittelson & Associates. He is a grad of Oregon State and University of Tennessee.


Traffic flow -- Forecasting -- Data processing, Transportation -- Planning -- Technological innovations, Choice of transportation -- Decision making


Transportation Engineering | Urban Studies and Planning

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Countywide Bluetooth System: Use Cases & Performance Measures