of Things to increase the sustainability of Smart City transportation approaches. Traffic management also extends to the management of emergency vehicles, fleet deployment, and incident predic- tion. This will also incorporate the use of big data and analytics techniques to sup- port a range of services that will under- pin results-driven investment programs, through which future transportation investments are guided by the effects of prior investments.

 Travel information services will support the connected citizen

gas stations. The services provided will be enabled using renewable energy to opti- mize the cost of energy and the ensuing emissions. Services will be provided via pri- vate cars, transit systems and electric fleets.

SMART LAND-USE SERVICES Smart land-use within a Smart City will include the establishment of mobility and travel access hubs that support multimodal transfer and the optimization of the daily commute. Urban Analytics will also support smart land-use by providing further insight into the relationship between land use and transportation demand. Smart land-use will also involve detailed consideration of accessibility to jobs and the relationship between residential zones and work zones.

motorized forms of transportation such as cycles and pedestrians. Essential ele- ments of transportation management will include the application of perfor- mance management techniques to the entire transportation system. Data from various sources along with sophisticated analytic techniques will be used to meas- ure the performance of transportation services and compare them to predefined yardsticks. Transportation management will

incorporate current traffic management approaches to support a range of services including freeway incident management, emission testing and mitigation, highway and railroad intersection, automated vehi- cles, connected vehicles and advanced

“Essential elements of transportation management will include the application of performance management techniques to the entire transportation system”

TRANSPORTATION MANAGEMENT SERVICES Transportation management involves the coherent and consistent management of all modes of transportation within the Smart City. This includes private vehicles, transit vehicles, freight vehicles and non-


traffic signal control for urban surface streets and arterials. Traffic management services will

include integrated corridor management, travel demand management, dynamic parking management, pedestrian mobil- ity applications and the use of the Internet

TRAVEL INFORMATION SERVICES Travel information will be delivered on a multichannel basis that includes in-vehicle, smartphone, roadside and the delivery of information services in the home and the office via the Web. Travel information ser- vices will support the connected citizen and the connected visitor and will act as a sophisticated form of transportation man- agement by making decision quality infor- mation available to all citizens and visitors within the city. Travel information will offer choices

regarding route, timing of journey, mode of travel and will include information regard- ing total trip time, trip time reliability and cost of various options.

URBAN ANALYTICS SERVICES Urban Analytics within a Smart City will be utilized to measure and improve access to jobs, transportation safety, transporta- tion efficiency and provide the enabling services to manage transportation user experience. Urban Analytics will be driven by data links, centralized data hubs and enterprise data management systems that make use of big data techniques to provide the raw material for sophisticated analytics. The services will also be enabled by Open Data Cloud approaches.

URBAN AUTOMATION SERVICES Urban automation services will be sup- ported by Autonomous Vehicle technol- ogy in private vehicles, driverless shuttles, company and public agency fleets, taxis, and paratransit. Urban automation will also extend to the use of driverless vehicles to deliver packages.

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