The 'Intermodal Terminal' represents the terminal areas corresponding to modal change points. This includes interfaces between roadway freight transportation and air, rail, and/or water shipping modes. The basic unit of cargo handled by the Intermodal Terminal physical object is the container; less-than-container load handling is typically handled at a different facility (i.e., Freight Consolidation Station). The Intermodal Terminal can include electronic gate control for entrance and exit from the facility, automated guidance of vehicles within the facility, alerting appropriate parties of container arrivals and departures, and inventory and location of temporarily stored containers.
This physical object is included in the following Service Packages:
This physical object has the following security levels for the associated service packages.
|Physical Object Security|
|Security Class||Confidentiality||Integrity||Availability||Service Package|
|Class 4||High||High||Moderate||ITS Data Warehouse|
|Class 2||Moderate||Moderate||Moderate||Dynamic Lane Management and Shoulder Use|
|Class 2||Moderate||Moderate||Moderate||Fleet and Freight Security|
|Class 2||Moderate||Moderate||Moderate||Freight Administration|
|Class 2||Moderate||Moderate||Moderate||Freight Drayage Optimization|
|Class 2||Moderate||Moderate||Moderate||Freight Signal Priority|
|Class 2||Moderate||Moderate||Moderate||Freight-Specific Dynamic Travel Planning|
Currently, there are no standards associated with the physical object itself though the interfaces may have standards associated with them. For standards related to interfaces, see the specific information flow triple pages.