RIITS’ vision is to deliver multi-modal transportation information services through a flexible platform to achieve regional mobility, safety and sustainability goals.


Our primary mission is to support the exchange of transportation information and resources between and within government organizations for regional operational mobility improvements.

What can RIITS do for you?

RIITS aggregates real-time data from transportation systems throughout the Los Angeles region and across jurisdictional boundaries to produce value-added data on multi-modal transportation system operations between agencies and third-party providers.

RIITS complements other regional systems by being a ‘system of systems’. The ability to integrate and disseminate transportation data from a variety of sources that includes transit, freeway operations, arterial operations, commercial vehicles, ports, airports and non-motorized transportation is part of RIITS. Through a flexible platform, RIITS can tailor information delivery to a particular customer or agency’s needs. For instance, RIITS is used to support transportation operations such as traveler information, transportation analysis, congestion pricing, freight mobility and emergency management. RIITS is uniquely positioned to:

  • Operate regional inter-agency information technology;
  • Bring together data from various transportation modes in a near real-time environment using modern technologies;
  • Function as the regional transportation data aggregator and clearinghouse;
  • Provide a strong institutional foundation for managing the configuration, management, and development of the system without placing undue limitations on the participation of current and potential future members; and
  • Provide the platform to support the investigation, analysis and development of technologies and solutions to improve transportation operations throughout the region.


Members and Associates are government transportation or related organizations that want to contribute operational transportation resources to other government agencies through RIITS. Users have a license to use RIITS.


Members are government agencies that have transportation or related operations like public safety (i.e. police and fire departments). These members agree to exchange transportation information and resources through RIITS. Membership includes voting to include members, participation in improvements to member operations, and guidance on the direction of RIITS.


Associates are non-voting government agencies that provide transportation operations or provide related transportation operations. These agencies agree to share transportation and related information and resources through RIITS, but do not actively participate in RIITS as a voting member.


Users have access to RIITS through a license. These members may be private entities, government organizations, or universities that are not contributing operational resources through RIITS or may not want to participate as a Member or Associate.

Configuration Management Committee

The Configuration Management Committee was established to oversee and manage the development of RIITS. It is governed by a set of Bylaws. The voting members are the source data agencies. They act by consensus and approve requests to become members, associates, or users.