Public-Private Toll Traffic Management Center - Emissions Management Functionality

Subsystem Description

This Emissions Management Subsystem (EMMS) operates at a fixed location and may co-reside with the Traffic Management Subsystem or may operate in its own distinct location depending on regional preferences and priorities. This subsystem provides the capabilities for air quality managers to monitor and manage air quality. These capabilities include collecting emissions data from distributed emissions sensors within the roadway subsystem. These sensors monitor general air quality within each sector of the area and also monitor the emissions of individual vehicles on the roadway. The sector emissions measures are collected, processed, and used to identify sectors exceeding safe pollution levels. This information is provided to traffic management to implement strategies intended to reduce emissions in and around the problem areas. Emissions data associated with individual vehicles, supplied by the Roadway Subsystem, is also processed and monitored to identify vehicles that exceed standards. This subsystem provides any functions necessary to inform the violators and otherwise ensure timely compliance with emissions standards.

Functional Area: Emissions Data Management

Assimilation and storage of air quality measures and roadside collected emissions data; distribution for general traveler information or for use in demand management programs.

ID Requirement Status
1 The center shall collect, analyze, and store vehicle emissions data collected from roadside sensors. Existing
2 The center shall collect, analyze, and store wide area pollution data collected from sensors that may the general (wide area) environment. Existing
3 The center shall configure and control emissions and air quality sensors located in the field. Existing
4 The center shall maintain a database of pollution reference data including acceptable and tolerable emissions and pollution levels for the area served by the center. Existing