transportation systems management and operations
(32) Transportation systems management and operations .— (A) In general .— The term “transportation systems management and operations” means integrated strategies to optimize the performance of existing infrastructure through— (i) the implementation of multimodal and intermodal, cross-jurisdictional systems, services, and projects designed to preserve capacity and improve security, safety, and reliability of the transportation system; and (ii) the consideration of incorporating natural infrastructure. (B) Inclusions .— The term “transportation systems management and operations” includes— (i) actions such as traffic detection and surveillance, corridor management, freeway management, arterial management, active transportation and demand management, work zone management, emergency management, traveler information services, congestion pricing, parking management, automated enforcement, traffic control, commercial vehicle operations, freight management, and coordination of highway, rail, transit, bicycle, and pedestrian operations; and (ii) coordination of the implementation of regional transportation system management and operations investments (such as traffic incident management, traveler information services, emergency management, roadway weather management, intelligent transportation systems, communication networks, and information sharing systems) requiring agreements, integration, and interoperability to achieve targeted system performance, reliability, safety, and customer service levels.
23 USC § 101(a)(32)
None identified, default scope is assumed to be the parent (chapter 1) of this section.