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CV Device Deployment Status

The Connected Vehicle (CV) Pilots intend to accelerate the deployment of interoperable connected vehicle technologies by:

  • Spurring innovation among early adopters of connected vehicle application concepts.
  • Encouraging partnerships among multiple stakeholders required to deploy and manage connected vehicle concepts.
  • Demonstrating the potential safety, mobility and environmental benefits associated with connected vehicle deployments.
  • Creating sustainable momentum for nationwide deployment of connected vehicle technologies

Following a two-year period of designing, testing and integrating the components of their CV systems, the WYDOT, NYCDOT and THEA CV Pilot sites are now actively deploying the equipment needed to support their operational concepts. In partnership with technicians from their respective City/State DOT staff – and in THEA’s case, from the local community college – the CV Pilot sites are performing a complete field installation of the roadside units (RSUs) and onboard units (OBUs) that enable the Vehicle-to-Vehicle (V2V) and Vehicle-to-Infrastructure (V2I) communications needed for the functioning of their safety and mobility CV applications.
The figures below provide an updated status on:

  • The current number of installed devices compared to the targeted number of installed devices.
  • Timelines that summarize how the installations of the devices have progressed over time.

 

Graphic showing the deployment status of the CV devices as of July 1, 2021.

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Chart showing the roadside units deployed by CV Pilot Site by date, from Jan. 2018 through October 2020.

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Chart showing the onboard units deployed by CV Pilot Site by date, from Jan. 2018 through October 2021.

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