Coordination within a single project and/or among multiple projects within a corridor, network, or region, and possibly across agency jurisdictions to minimize work zone traffic impacts
The goal for EDC3 is to have 25 State DOTs incorporate work zone project coordination strategies into agency documentation and business processes for improving safety and reducing work zone delays, and to have five state DOTs volunteer to pilot test the Work Zone Impact & Strategy Estimator (WISE) software application, by December 2016.
|SWZ Peer Exchanges and Workshops||Peer exchanges offer an agency exploring the use of a particular smarter work zone innovation in the area of Project Coordination to bring in experts from another agency that has pursued implementation of the same or similar innovation in order to learn about their successes, challenges, and other lessons learned. Meanwhile, workshops offer an agency an opportunity to obtain focused outreach and training on particular smarter work zone implementation topics around Project Coordination from experts.|
|SWZ Training Resources||A variety of training resources are available, including webinars, in-person and web-based training, and presentations to assist agencies in developing and implementing smarter work zone innovations in the area of Project Coordination|
|SWZ Outreach Materials||A variety of outreach materials are available, including fact sheets, presentations, case studies, guidance documents, and evaluation studies to assist agencies in developing and implementing smarter work zone innovations in the area of Project Coordination.|
|SWZ Tools||Software is publicly available to assist agencies in developing and implementing smarter work zone innovations in the area of Project Coordination|
|Lead State Profiles||Several states leading the adoption and deployment of SWZ Project Coordination efforts have been identified and information on their practices and points of contact are available.|