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Connected Vehicle Policy and Institutional Issues

Connected Vehicle Policy and Institutional Issues encompass research and analysis into critical policy and institutional issues that may limit or challenge successful deployment of connected vehicle technologies. The research supports the development and comparison of effective policy options; the analysis results in structured recommendations for policy and decision makers.

The vision for the Connected Vehicle Policy research is one of a collaborative effort among the Department, key industry stakeholders, vehicle manufacturers, state and local governments, representative associations, citizens, and others. After consultation with and with input from all stakeholders, the Department will structure and conduct a research agenda that weighs the benefits and risks and results in strong policy foundation for the successful deployment of connected vehicle technologies and applications.

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Research Contact

John Augustine
ITS Joint Program Office
(202) 366-5437
John.Augustine@dot.gov




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