The El Paso Regional ITS Architecture is an integral part of the planning process, providing a structured way to translate operational objectives and strategies into an interconnected set of ITS projects. This page identifies the planning objectives and strategies that are supported by the El Paso Regional ITS Architecture.

Number Type Statement
1 Goal Safety
1.1 Objective Reduce Traffic Fatalities and Injuries
1.2 Objective Reduce Crashes at High–Speed Intersections
1.3 Objective Reduce Vehicle Conflicts with Pedestrians and Cyclists
2 Goal Operations and Maintenance
2.1 Objective Decrease Facilities and Assets Not in Good Repair
2.2 Objective Increase ITS Assets
2.3 Objective Reduce Delay at Traffic Signals
3 Goal Mobility
3.1 Objective Reduce Delay on Major Thoroughfares
3.2 Objective Reduce Travel Time to Key Destinations
3.3 Objective Improve Response Time and Incident Clearance
4 Goal Accessibility and Travel Choices
4.1 Objective Increase Accessibility to Jobs and Destinations
4.2 Objective Equitable Regional Benefits of Investments
4.3 Objective Expand Transit Access and Improve Reliability
4.4 Objective Address Pedestrian and Cyclist Connectivity Gaps
4.5 Objective Encourage Transit–Supportive Land Use
4.6 Objective Expand Multi–modal Access at Regional Ports of Entry
5 Goal Sustainability
5.1 Objective Increase Attractiveness of Transportation Options
5.2 Objective Reduce Emissions Produced by Vehicles
5.3 Objective Achieve Maintenance Designation from EPA for Criteria Pollutants
5.4 Objective Increase Use of Alternative Energy Sources in Transportation
6 Goal Economic Vitality
6.1 Objective Improve Accessibility to Key Tourist Destinations
6.2 Objective Reduce Freight and Intermodal Delay
6.3 Objective Increase Access to Major Employment Centers
6.4 Objective Improve Efficiency at Ports of Entry
7 Goal Quality of Life
7.1 Objective Prioritize Projects Addressing Multiple Goals and Objectives