- Deploy technologically advanced systems to monitor and manage traffic, and to control and coordinate traffic control devices, such as traffic signals, including providing priority to transit vehicles where appropriate.
- Improve incident management capabilities in the region through enhanced detection technologies and improved incident response.
- Improve highway lighting, lane markings, and other roadway delineation through the use of advanced and emerging technologies.
- Establish a unified, technology-based method of payment for all transit fares, public parking fees, and toll roads in the region.
- Utilize public/private partnerships to provide travelers with comprehensive, timely, and accurate information on traffic and transit conditions and available alternatives.
- Use technology to manage and coordinate snow plowing, road salting operations, and other responses to extreme weather conditions, and to share with the public assessments of road conditions and how much time it will take to clear roadways.
- Use advanced communications and real-time scheduling methods to improve time transfers between transit services.
- Develop operating strategies and supporting systems to smooth the flow of traffic and transit vehicles, reduce variances in traffic speed, and balance capacity and demand.
- Maintain international leadership in taking advantage of new technologies for transportation, such as automated highway systems and personal rapid transit.