- Cross border collaboration and information sharing
- Increased consistency in traveler information data collection and reporting will improve safety and efficiency in the corridor
- Coordinated maintenance operations activities will improve agency efficiency, particularly when responding to major events
- Departments of Transportation
The North/West Passage Transportation Pooled Fund (TPF) Study is a multi-state cooperative program for the coordination, development, and deployment of Intelligent Transportation Systems (ITS) along the I-90 and I-94 corridor. The states of Washington, Idaho, Wyoming, Montana, North Dakota, South Dakota, Minnesota, and Wisconsin began meeting in February 2002 to discuss the development of a North/West Passage multi-state transportation program. The states formally established as a TPF Study through the Federal Highway Administration (FHWA) in 2003. FHWA serves as a monitoring body, providing strategic and technical input. Minnesota serves as the Program Administrator and a Steering Committee consists of one representative from each of the states that have financially contributed to the effort. The Steering Committee meets monthly or as necessary to provide overall program direction.
Also visit http://i90i94travelinfo.com for travel information along I-90 and I-94 between Wisconsin and Washington