4. Managed Freeways Technical (Electrical & Electronic) Requirements

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Date amended:  07-Oct-2013

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The information below is intended to reflect the preferred practice of Main Roads Western Australia ("Main Roads"). Main Roads reserves the right to update this information at any time without notice. If you have any questions or comments regarding the Policy Statement please contact James Pinnington by e-mail or on (08) 9323 5454.

 

To the extent permitted by law, Main Roads, its employees, agents, authors and contributors are not liable for any loss resulting from any action taken or reliance made by you on the information herein displayed.

 

 
 

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Deadline for feedback expired and paragraph removed. Telephone number of James Pinnington amended. 07-Oct-2013

 

 

​1. Introduction

Main Roads has been investigating Managed Freeway solutions that could be applied to the freeway network in the Perth metropolitan area to assist in managing increasing demand on the road network.

Managed Freeways (also called Managed Motorways) have been used in Australia and internationally to benefit road users by maximising the performance of the freeway, particularly during the busiest times such as morning and afternoon peak hours. Managed Freeways looks at smart ways of using technology to manage congested urban freeways, improve traffic flow, reliability and safety, and reduce travel times.

Following a Systems Engineering process, Main Roads has completed its Managed Freeways policy and network analysis and progressed a concept of operations, before finalising drafts of the functional requirements and technical requirements presented here.

In preparing these documents, Main Roads has reviewed existing Western Australian, Australian and international standards and requirements to draw upon best practice to maximise consistency where possible.

 

2. Technical Requirements

Document ​Title ​Revision ​Document No. ​Date Amended
​1. Managed Freeways Acronyms and Terminology ​1 ​D13#53232 ​19-April-2013
​2. Managed Freeways Technology Functional Requirements ​1 ​​D13#53244 ​16-May-2013
​3. Managed Freeways Ramp Signal Technical Requirements ​1 ​​D13#53234 ​19-April-2013
​4. Managed Freeways RC1 and RC2 Signs Technical Requirements ​1 ​​D13#53237 ​19-April-2013
​5. Managed Freeways VDS Technical Requirements ​1 ​​D13#53284 ​19-April-2013
​6. Managed Freeways VMS Technical Requirements 1 ​​D13#53247 ​19-April-2013
​7. Managed Freeways Arterial Road VMS Technical Requirements ​1 ​​D13#151965 ​15-May-2013
​8. Managed Freeways CCTV Technical Requirements ​1 ​​D13#53233 ​19-April-2013
​9. Managed Freeways Testing and Commissioning Strategy ​1 ​​D13#53245 ​19-April-2013