FHWA-OP-04-013, CONFIGURATION MANAGEMENT FOR TRANSPORTATION MANAGEMENT SYSTEMS - FINAL REPORT (SEPT 2003)
FHWA-OP-04-013, CONFIGURATION MANAGEMENT FOR TRANSPORTATION MANAGEMENT SYSTEMS - FINAL REPORT (SEPT 2003)., Configuration Management for Transportation Management Systems is intended to provide guidance for
transportation professionals who are either (a) seeking to improve change management in a traffic
management system or regionally integrated intelligent transportation system by introducing formal CM or
(b) using CM currently and require a technical reference to support their activities.
Configuration Management for Transportation Management Systems is intended to be guidance material
for any individual who is engaged with or responsible for the planning, design, implementation,
management, operation, or maintenance of transportation management systems. The handbook includes
technically detailed information and examples suitable for individuals directly responsible for a CM program
- such as staff engineers, consultants, maintenance personnel, and designers. In addition, the handbook
provides high-level information that is well suited for agency management and policy makers.
The handbook also is intended to support individuals with varying levels of experience and involvement
with CM. First, CM novices can use the handbook to gain an introductory understanding of the CM.
Second, the handbook is intended to support individuals with a range of experience in CM by providing indepth
information and concrete transportation examples.