Inventory

Each stakeholder agency, company, or group owns, operates, maintains or plans ITS systems in the region. The Regional ITS Architecture inventory is a list of "elements" that represent all existing and planned ITS systems in a region as well as non-ITS systems that provide information to or get information from the ITS systems.

ElementDescription
Local City Field EquipmentThis element represents the ITS field equipment (traffic controllers, signals, CCTV cameras, dynamic message signs, detectors etc.) owned and operated by the cities and towns other than the City of Yakima.
Local City Traffic Operations CenterThis element represents the center that supports remote monitoring and control of the traffic signal system and other related ITS field equipment in a local city or town. This general element represents all local cities (e.g., ) that are not represented by city-specific elements in the regional ITS architecture.
Local City Transit CenterTransit Centers serving local cities other than the City of Yakima and Selah, which are served by Yakima Transit. (Currently, only Union Gap.)
Local City Transit Vehicles 
Local Maintenance and Construction OperationsAll-year maintenance and construction activities.
Local Public Safety DispatchThis element represents the public safety communications and dispatch centers that dispatch police, fire, and/or EMS vehicles, operated by municipal police and fire departments in Yakima County that are not dispatched from the Yakima Public Safety Communications Center
Local Public Safety VehiclesMunicipal public safety/first responder vehicles including police, fire, and EMS vehicles.
MediaMedia include radio stations, television stations, newspapers, and news reporters. The media are responsible for gathering transportation information and disseminating it to the traveling public.
People For People Paratransit DispatchPFP provides transportation services for the general public and special needs population. This element represents the dispatch operations that monitors and manages the paratransit vehicles.
People For People Paratransit Vehicles 
Personal DevicesPersonal devices that the traveling public use to access traveler information and services. This element represents the variety of fixed and mobile computing and communications devices that travelers use to access traveler information including laptops, smart phones, and tablet computers.
Private ISP CentersThese centers provides value added transportation information to the public. Examples include Mobility Technologies, Trichord, TrafficCast, SpeedInfo, Inrix and Tele Atlas.
VehiclesCars and trucks operating on the road network in the region that are equipped with ITS devices.
WSDOT Field EquipmentThis element represents the ITS field equipment (traffic controllers, signals, grade crossings, CCTV cameras, dynamic message signs, detectors etc.) owned and operated by WSDOT.
WSP District 3 Communications CenterThe WSP District 3 Communications Center provides emergency communications and dispatch services for the Washington State Patrol and other state and federal agencies.
Yakima County Field EquipmentThis element represents the ITS field equipment (traffic controllers, signals, grade crossings, CCTV cameras, dynamic message signs, detectors etc.) owned and operated by Yakima County
Yakima County Fire Communications CenterThe Yakima County Fire District #5 Communication Center dispatches the District #5 and District#7 Fire Stations and selected city fire department resources.
Yakima County Public Safety VehiclesPublic safety vehicles (sheriff, fire, and EMS) operated by Yakima county
Yakima County Sheriff DispatchThis element represents the public safety communications and dispatch center operated by the Yakima County Sheriff's Department.
Yakima County Traffic OperationsThis is the traffic operations equipment that monitors the traffic signals, grade crossings, and other ITS devices operated by Yakima County.
Yakima Field EquipmentThis element represents the ITS field equipment (traffic controllers, signals, CCTV cameras, dynamic message signs, detectors etc.) owned and operated by the city of Yakima.
Yakima Public Safety Communications CenterSunComm, the Yakima Public Safety Communications Center, provides 9-1-1 services and also provides dispatching services for the Yakima, Selah, and Union Gap police departments as well as for all ten fire agencies in the Upper Yakima Valley. The Yakima Public Safety Communications Center is the primary warning point for Yakima County area for the National Warning System and the operational point for the Emergency Alerting System (EAS) in the region.
Yakima Traffic Operations CenterThis is the traffic operations center that monitors and controls the traffic signal system and other ITS devices in the city of Yakima.
Yakima Transit CenterYakima Transit provides fixed route service, paratransit, and vanpool service, offering fixed route service in Yakima, Union Gap, and Selah. This element represents the operations, administrative offices, and garage that manage, operate, and maintain the transit service.
Yakima Transit VehiclesThis element represents the buses, paratransit vehicles, and vanpool vehicles operated by Yakima Transit.
Yakima Valley COG Data WarehouseTransportation data collected and archived by Yakima Valley COG, potentially includes traffic counts. This element represents an on-line data warehouse for the transportation data to be used to support transportation planning, operations analysis, and research.