Nineteen metropolitan North Seattle, Washington city signal systems were integrated at a cost of $1,755,000.
From the Seattle MMDI Evaluation Report: Section 3.3.1 ATMS Signal Integration Evaluation
The following table presented in the report provides additional detail on the North Seattle ATMS Cost Estimate.
|Detection Devices (budget figure)|
|Communications/Device Driver Server|
|NTCIP Computer & Equipment|
|Annual Hardware O&M @ 10% of Capital Cost|
|33% Share of Software Development|
|33% Share of Pre-Design|
|33% Share of Design|
|33% Share of Management Reserve/Contingencies|
|33% Share of City of Seattle Coordination|
|33% Share of ATMS Local Agency Coordination (1 FTE)|
|33% Share of ATMS System Administration (1 FTE)|
|33% Share of ATMS System Operations (1 FTE)|
Where the "33% share" figures are shown, North Seattle ATMS costs were shared at 33.3 percent of the total ATMS system cost.
Author: Jensen, M., et al. (SAIC, Battelle, Mitretek, and Volpe)
Published By: Federal Highway Administration, U.S. DOT
Prepared by SAIC for the U.S. DOT
Source Date: 30 May 2000
EDL Number: 13071
Other Reference Number: Report No. FHWA-OP-00-019URL: http://ntl.bts.gov/lib/jpodocs/repts_te/13071.pdf
O&M cost: $140,459 (1998).
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