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ITS activities in Korea

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Frame of Image  km)
120 100 80 60 40
172% > 43% (veh) (road)
(mil. veh)
25 20
(Billion USD)
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10 5 0 '94 '96 '98 '00 '02 '04 '06' '08 '10 '12 '14
9.5% annual increase
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Resolving Transport Problems by Introducing ITS
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What is ITS?
Fast, Safe, Convenient, Less Pollution
6
The Impacts of ITS
Use only 1% of New road construction cost to reduce 20% of congestion
Increase travel speed by 15~20%
* ETCS impacts:
: Tollbooth service time : 14 sec. ⇒ 2 sec. (improved by 85.7%), Social Benefit : USD 9.6 M/year
B/C for ITS deployment by each city: 2.2~6.2
* Seoul 2.27, Daejeon 5.2, Ulsan 4.64, Suwon 2.39, Jeonju 2.9, Jeju 6.2
National Traffic Information Center (NTIC) real-time traffic information to private-sector for free to enhance and expand ITS services of private sector
Reducing greenhouse gas & fuel consumption based on decreased traffic congestion and idling
Per 1,000km of road covered with ITS
annually 19,000 tons reduced
Through Hi-Pass(ETCS) service
annually 2.3 tons reduced
7
What is ITS? Exemplary subsystems
8
Strategies for the Successful ITS Implementation
9
Chronology of ITS
10
National ITS Architecture
Traffic Signal Control Electronic Toll
Transit Management Multi-Modal Traveler Information Emergency Response Management
Freeway Management Electronic Fare Payment Incident Management
RR Grade Crossing Safety
National ITS Architecture
11
ITS Service Area
12
Collaboration with Relevant Organizations
Private Sector
13
Achievements thru ITS Implementation
14
1. Prologue
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3. Epilogue


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Title ITS activities in Korea
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Material Type Proceedings
Author(English)

Lee, Young-Kyun

Publisher

Sejong, South Korea:KDI School of Public Policy and Management

Date 2016-08
Event

Establishment of Intelligent Transport Systems (ITS)

Pages 55
Subject Country South Korea(Asia and Pacific)
Language English
File Type Documents
Original Format pdf
Subject Territorial Development < Transport/Logistics
Holding KDI School of Public Policy and Management