The 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 regional ITS architecture.

1ObjectiveFlexible, Adaptable, Sustainable Use of Mobility Infrastructure
1.1StrategyImprove system performance
1.2StrategyImprove Safety and Reliability
1.2StrategyOptimize Curb Lane Management
2ObjectiveSound, Reasonable Mobility Policies and Public Education
2.1StrategySchedule transit briefings – coordinate information
2.2StrategyEncourage Mode Shift to transit
3ObjectiveRegional Economic Prosperity – Focus on Movement of Goods
3.1StrategyAchieve a Significant Reduction in Congestion
3.2StrategyTransport goods more efficiently
4ObjectiveEnvironmental Stewardship Replicated Region–Wide
4.1StrategyFocus growth toward mature transportation infrastructure, and transit.
4.2StrategyPromote Sustainable Mobility: Environmentally–Friendly Vehicles
4.3StrategyProtect Parklands, Open Space, and Natural Resource Areas
5ObjectiveLeverage Innovative Technologies to Improve Regional Connectivity
5.1StrategyEnhance the integration and connectivity of the transportation System
5.2StrategyImplement 5 Big Moves from San Diego Forward: 2021 Regional Plan
6ObjectivePrioritize Equity and Accessibility Across All Modes
6.1StrategyIncrease transit, bike sharing, and shuttles
6.2StrategyImprove transit trip – faster and more reliable
6.3StrategyFocus transit improvements where jobs are concentrated
7ObjectiveImprove Safety and Compliance Across All Modes.
7.1StrategyRealize Connected Vehicle (CV) Implementation
7.2StrategySafety, fatality reduction
8ObjectiveTransparent, real–world, measurable performance
8.1StrategyAchieve a Substantial Reduction in Congestion