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Transportation Management and Operations

I-84 Corridor Operations Plan

The I-84 Corridor Operations Plan is a collaborative effort, currently in progress, lead by COMPASS and the Idaho Transportation Department to identify operational challenges and innovative Transportation System Management and Operations (TSMO) and Intelligent Transportation Systems (ITS) solutions to improve safety, maximize reliability/capacity, and improve integrated operations of the interstate corridor in Ada and Canyon Counties. The TSMO and ITS strategies under evaluation in this plan are relatively low-cost options for improving operations and safety on the corridor where additional capacity is not feasible and can extend or preserve the benefits of large high-cost capacity projects such as the widening projects currently taking place from Nampa to Caldwell on I-84.

Transportation, law enforcement, emergency response, and land use agencies spanning the corridor have so far collaborated to identify the current operational challenges, goals, and objectives, and have helped screen and prioritize potential TSMO and ITS strategies and tactics for implementation. The final plan will include a program of TSMO/ITS projects that best fit the goals and objectives of the plan, are supported by the project stakeholders, and are technically, fiscally, and politically feasible.


Treasure Valley Incident Management Operations Manual (I-84/I-184 Detour Plan) Update

The 2017 Treasure Valley Incident Management Operations Manual, commonly referred to as the “I-84/I-184 Detour Plan,” includes routes that ave been updated based on current traffic patterns, stakeholder input, roadway changes, and ITS deployments. 


Treasure Valley Transportation Systems Management and Operations (TSMO) Strategic Plan

The Treasure Valley Transportation Systems Management and Operations (TSMO) Strategic Plan documents a set of strategies that focus on operational improvements to maintain, manage, and even restore the performance of the existing transportation system in the Treasure Valley before extra road capacity is needed. The goal of TSMO is to maximize the performance of current transportation facilities and the transportation system. This plan updates the 2014 Treasure Valley Transportation System: Operations, Management, and ITS Plan and is the result of nearly 12 months of collaboration among multi-modal transportation and emergency management agencies in the Treasure Valley. The strategies outlined provide cost-effective options to meet the mobility, safety, environmental, and economic development goals of the region. The timeframe for the plan is 10 years (2020 through 2030), reflecting the near-term focus of operations strategies as well as rapid advancement of transportation technologies.

Treasure Valley Transportation Systems Management and Operations Strategic Plan (February 2020)

TSMO Executive Summary Brochure (February 2020)

Treasure Valley Transportation System: Operations, Management, and ITS (March 2014)

Treasure Valley ITS Architecture

The regional ITS architecture is a roadmap for transportation systems integration. The architecture was developed through a cooperative effort by the region's transportation agencies, covering all modes and all roads in the region. It represents a shared vision of how each agency's systems will work together in the future, sharing information and resources to provide a safer, more efficient, and more effective transportation system for travelers in the region.