scheduled for completion in October 2014.
A study of the benefits and costs of connected vehicle deployment for
sate and local DOTs, which will include a number of different funding
|AASHTO is leading a
National Connected Vehicle Field Infrastructure Footprint Analysis which will
zero in on a number of design concepts with infrastructure implications.
|FHWA is developing
the Integrated V2I Prototype with final goal of a physical
manifestation of the Reference Implementation at TFHRC (2015-2016),
in coordination with the CVRIA.
|ITS Architecture and
Standards Program is evaluating all of the processes and interfaces required
to support proposed applications, and identifying the standards necessary for
those interface. This is being documented as part of the National ITS
Architecture under CVRIA.
|The Security system
is a major piece of the infrastructure system and that is a substantial part
of our work now.
|Finally, the US DOT
is working with State and local DOTs and private industry to plan for
deployment. We invite to become involved in these efforts – through AASHTO,
by attending one of our workshops, or by signing up as an affiliated test bed.
|The goal is to
produce FHWA Deployment Guidance for public transportation agencies by 2016. It
will be guidance not regulation. And
will be based on this DOT research and AASHTO analysis of infrastructure
needs and deployment approaches.