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Awards: ITS "Project of the Year" 2012

  • The ITS Midwest Project of the Year 2012 Award went to…
    NET (Notify Every Truck) program
    by TRIMARC

NET (Notify Every Truck) program

by TRIMARC, Northrop Grumman Corporation | Website
The NET (Notify Every Truck) program, recognized as the ITS Midwest 2012 Project of the Year, was developed to mitigate the impacts of interstate closures on commercial operators while increasing the safety of first responders and motorists caught in the queues of major incidents in Kentucky.
NET is overseen by the TRIMARC (Traffic Response and Information Management Assisting the River Cities) Traffic Operations Center in Louisville, KY. The program is designed to alert dispatchers, drivers, and commercial motor vehicle owners of major events on any interstate highway or parkway throughout the state of Kentucky. Northrop Grumman is the system integrator and operator of TRIMARC and has supplied the back-end support for the program.
Download the NET Project Fact Sheet [120KB, 2 pages] to learn more about this project

Notify Every Truck is ITS Project of the Year 2012

Tim Emington (center), TRIMARC Operations Manager, Northrop Grumman Corporation and an ITS Midwest Board member from Kentucky accepts the 2012 ITS Midwest Project of the Year award from John Gray (left), ITS Midwest President, and Dan Shamo (right), Chair, ITS Midwest Recognition Committee.

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Each year one or more ITS projects are chosen to receive the ITS Midwest Project of the Year Award.
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