Intelligent Transportation System (ITS) Architecture describes a plan for implementing electronic technologies, communication and other system advances  to improve transportation system operations.  ITS may include telephone systems or social media to disseminate traveler information, freight weigh-in-motion data collection or road condition detection, or dynamic message signs for real-time travel information, as examples of ITS uses. The Bi-State Region ITS Architecture Plan was first adopted in April 2005 and is updated periodically to address changes in technology and deployment within the Bi-State Region. The plan discusses deploying ITS technologies within the Bi-State Region for a ten year period, including additional dynamic message signs, automated vehicle locator systems for transit, among other technologies.

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