MS2’s Turning Movement Count (TMC) module was one of the first in our Transportation Data Management System (TDMS) suite of software modules. The TMC module imports intersection turning movement counts collected either by hand-held devices like Jamar count boards or video-based devices like those from Miovision and other hardware manufacturers. Users collect the data and then import the data into the software via the internet.
Until now, the T... [Read More]
MS2 announced in January that it has signed a long-term contract with the San Diego Association of Governments (SANDAG) to provide a cloud-based transportation data management system (TDMS) including hosting and support services. The TDMS will consist of the following software modules:
• Traffic Count Database System
• Turning Movement Count System
• Non-Motorized Database System
The goal of the project is to provide SANDAG with a modern... [Read More]
The Michigan Department of Transportation (MDOT) today publicly rolled out its new Transportation Data Management System (TDMS). TDMS is a software solution developed by MS2 that offers a variety of modules to receive, process and analyze traffic related data. Some of the modules within TDMS include: Traffic Count, Turning Movement Count, Non-Motorized, Highway Performance and Traffic Crash. The MDOT TDMS will be one of the most complete datasets... [Read More]
Midwestern Software Solutions (MS2) announced today that transportation data management professional Glenn A. Harter was hired as a Business Development Manager. As a Regional Sales Manager at Peek Traffic Corporation, Glenn was well known to state DOT transportation data monitoring staff.
In case you missed it. We received this email from the FHWA and wanted to pass it along. The second national performance measure regulation requires FHWA to determine: (1) the minimum Interstate pavement condition level for each State (23 CFR 490.315 and 490.317) and (2) whether or not a State DOT has made significant progress towards the achievement of its pavement condition targets (23 CFR 490.109). To ensure consistency in the determina... [Read More]
We received this email from FHWA last week and wanted to pass it along.The third national performance measure regulation on the National Performance Management Measures requires State DOT to report performance metric data for travel time based national performance measures to Highway Performance Monitoring System (HPMS). More specifically, 23 CFR 490.511(e), 23 CFR 490.611(b) & 23 CFR 490.711(f) require State DOT to submit performance metric... [Read More]