KYTCs Highway Information System (HIS) Helping You Jump
KYTCs Highway Information System (HIS) Helping You Jump Start Your Planning and Design Data Gathering Efforts Josh Wentz KYTC Division of Planning Data Management Branch Manager Needs for Existing Data
Project Identification Form (PIF) Needs for Existing Data Purpose and Need Statement Needs for Existing Data Data Needs Analysis Study (DNA) Needs for Existing Data
Planning Study Needs for Existing Data Project Approach Needs for Existing Data Design Executive Summary (DES)
Session Plan HIS Overview Whats in it? Demo HIVEi Usage Limitations Future Enhancements
Two Major Components HIS Tabular Road Data Road Centerlines Road Centerlines Spatial/GIS representation of all public
road centerlines KYTC, County, City, State Agencies, Federal 88,000 miles Dual-carriageway Linear Referencing System (LRS) County, Route, & Milepoint locations Road Centerlines Road Centerlines
Attribute Comments Route Unique Begin Milepoint End Milepoint Road Name Surface Type DMI Length Government Level
Type of Operation County #, Rt Prefix, Rt #, Rt Suffix, and Rt Section As provided by local agencies In miles, 3 decimal places Road ownership indicator 1-way, 2-way, Divided Tabular Road Data
48 data tables 440 attributes 8 data owners 14 data custodians Varying extents, update cycles, and levels of access Tabular Road Data - Highway Systems Table
Data Owner Appalachian Development Highway System Planning Coal Haul Highway System Planning Drive Smart Corridors
Highway Safety Extended Weight System Planning Forest Highway System Planning
Federal Systems (Functional Classification, NHS, Strahnet) Planning Scenic Byway System Local Programs State Primary Road System
Planning National Truck Network Planning Tabular Road Data - Roadway Information Table Data Owner
Access Control Evaluation Sections (Homogenous Road Sections) Type of Operation Route Log (Intersection Information) Speed Limit Planning
Traffic Operations Truck Weight Classification Maintenance Planning Planning Planning Tabular Road Data - Roadway Features
Table Data Owner Auxiliary Lanes (Turn, TWLTL, Truck Climbing) Bicycle and Pedestrian Facilities Planning Horizontal Curves
Planning Vertical Curves / Grades Planning Through Lanes Planning
Medians Planning Shoulders Planning Planning Tabular Road Data - Other
Table Data Owner Traffic (AADT, Truck Counts/%, Station Info) Planning International Roughness Index (IRI)
Maintenance Pavement Management (Year of Resurfacing, Thickness, Structural #) Maintenance Highway Information View and Extract Interface
Highway Information View and Extract Interface Highway Information View and Extract Interface Highway Information View and Extract Interface http://datamart.business.transportation.ky.gov/ EDSB_SOLUTIONS/hisextracts/ Usage Limitations Qualified customers only. Available only at participating authorized dealers. Subject to credit approval.
Qualified customers only. Available only at participating authorized dealers. Subject to credit approval. Usage Limitations Planning-level data Located by County, route, milepoint Multiple uses Original collection by 15 agencies
Predominant values Usage Limitations Horizontal Curve and Vertical Curve Several different collection methods
Data affected by collectors subjectivity Best used for averaging over a section Spot locations should be verified with other methods Speed Limit Combination of Traffic Operations speed zone Official Orders and field observations
Sign installations dont always match location specified in speed zone Official Order Usage Limitations Shoulders Predominant values Some inconsistencies with combination type
and lack of an attribute to hold paved width Future Enhancements More accessible, usable, and consistent More data about the data (metadata) Better integration with other KYTC Bentley products Paved width on combination shoulder More intersection data More bike/ped data
Speed data Travel Time- Statewide Data 2011 PM Cardinal Direction 2012 PM Cardinal Direction Travel Time - Corridor Profiles Blue are Minimum Speeds
Red are Maximum Speeds Arrow is the direction of travel at Average Speed This is the End
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