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ODOT RITIS and PDA Virtual Training Session 2 of 4 - Shared screen with speaker view
Ben (R1 Traffic)
40:49
Can the congestion scan show an average or composite of multiple days? Or just small multiples as shown here?
Ben (R1 Traffic)
45:28
Nevermind, I see the option for creating one time period or one for each day.
April Chase
58:21
Rick. Did you mention the segment length of the data? Is it node to node (so no standard length), a specific unit distance, or when there is a change in data - so neither by node or specific distance?
Matt Dorado
01:00:47
yep
Chris Wright - ODOT
01:01:14
yes, know what it is
April Chase
01:04:19
Oh. So by type of content or file type? Or both?
April Chase
01:05:55
What decides the length of the segment?
April Chase
01:08:44
No. Not really. I will need to follow up with you. Thank you in advance!
polnwa
01:09:20
eclipse?
amanda.deering
01:09:24
the eclipse!
Jason Briedis
01:09:25
Solar eplicse
Tricia Tanner
01:09:28
eclipse
Kristie Gladhill
01:17:59
MP4 you can stop/restart action; GIf just plays
Kindra Martinenko
01:23:20
yes
Kerrie Franey
01:23:22
Yes
Caleb Winter
01:23:27
yes
Katie Bell
01:23:27
yes
April Chase
01:23:28
Yes!
Ben (R1 Traffic)
01:25:39
Are the spatial files for the Inrix TMCs and XDs downloadable from RITIS?
Rick Ayers
01:26:06
https://storymaps.arcgis.com/stories/ad97d6947d31447693ed79f37a4a2a4d
Rich Arnold
01:26:33
Ben, we have the shape files, contact Thanh at TPAU
Ben (R1 Traffic)
01:26:52
Excellent, thank you Rich.
Rich Arnold
01:27:36
Thanh.N.NGUYEN@odot.state.or.us
Matt Dorado
01:29:53
If you export as an mp4 you can just edit in any video editor.
April Chase
01:33:27
Did you say at one point that crash data would be getting onto INRIX? If so, what would that look like? As in what option would be available for analysis? Crash data is point data so I am not sure how it would be displayed?
Kristie Gladhill
01:34:12
Do you mean crash data (from CAR) or incident data from the ITS group, or both?
Ben (R1 Traffic)
01:34:17
To clarify, that's the crash data from the incident system, not the crash data from the CARS group
Katie Bell
01:34:25
Is there a way to know sample size?
April Chase
01:35:24
Ok. Thanks for clarifying Ben.
Katie Bell
01:36:02
Yes
Katie Bell
01:36:26
How many data points for a specific hour at a specific location
Katie Bell
01:36:59
Yes, that's what I was wondering about - low sample sizes
Ben (R1 Traffic)
01:38:19
How are the "historic average speeds" determined? Is that from INRIX or derived by RITIS from a specific time range (all of last year, for example)?
Ben (R1 Traffic)
01:40:32
Yes, thank you.
Caleb Winter
01:40:43
What types of incident response data can be displayed alongside the green/yellow/red speed maps over time?
Caleb Winter
01:44:14
yes
April Chase
01:45:02
Will the crash data from the incident system be an element that can be analyzed? So say, for a particular XD segment, can you see how many times an incident occurred at that location over the selected time period? Hmm. I see what you are showing may be the way to see the data I am asking about?
Caleb Winter
01:47:31
Excellent, I can see all that info being captioned/narrated with the video clip examples we were looking at earlier.
Ben (R1 Traffic)
01:48:51
This is probably a question about the INRIX data, not RITIS. Is there a way to approximate speed surveys based on individual probe vehicles instead of aggregates? That is to say, showing the % of probe vehicles traveling at different speeds. Instead of showing the % of time periods where the segment's average speed is different values.
April Chase
01:48:57
Awesome! Thanks!
Ben (R1 Traffic)
01:49:28
Sounds good, thank you.
Caleb Winter
01:49:55
Thanks Rick!
April Chase
01:50:06
Thank you!!