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Connected vehicles and infrastructure will lead to an integration of vehicle and road
sensor data together with traffic management plans resulting in more consistent dynamic
traffic information delivered to the drivers. Also, the provision of individual
origin-destination routes may help road operators to predict future traffic situations.
This session explores the current initiatives around Japan, USA and Europe for next
generation traffic management interacting with the in-vehicle navigation systems,
namely the US Integrated Corridor Management (ICM), the Japanese Universal
Traffic Management System and the Traffic Management 2.0 in Europe as well as the
German LENA4ITS project.
New Paradigm – Shared Use Mobility and Public Transportation
Integrated Payment and Shared Use Mobility
Government’s Role
Role of Public Transportation
USDOT Mobility on Demand
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Key Points:  Travel demand growth and supply
Supply is outpacing demand.  Example: Amount of vehicular travel in the US has increased by almost ## percent since 1980, while the supply of roadway capacity has increased by only ## percent.
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Redefines the Transportation Landscape with Quality and Carefree
Personal Mobility Choices.
Quality is affordable, convenient, comfortable, reliable, accessible (space/all abilities), sustainable, safe, and secure based on competition-based choices.
Carefree is spontaneous, easy to use, and always available with minimal requirements on advanced planning (e.g. reservation) and commitment (e.g., private ownership and associated costs).
§Long term strategic vision for a multimodal, integrated
and connected transportation network system.
§A concept which imagines mobility as a commodity and a service.
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§Conceptual Notions of MOD:
§Promotes choice in personal mobility
§Promotes Intelligent Transportation Systems
§Advances connected vehicles
§Advances vehicle automation
§Leverages emerging technologies
§Leverages data exchange
§Encourages multimodal connectivity
§Encourages system interoperability
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A New Transit Intermodal Mobility Concept
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Redefines the Transportation Landscape with Quality and Carefree
Personal Mobility Choices.
Quality is affordable, convenient, comfortable, reliable, accessible (space/all abilities), sustainable, safe, and secure based on competition-based choices.
Carefree is spontaneous, easy to use, and always available with minimal requirements on advanced planning (e.g. reservation) and commitment (e.g., private ownership and associated costs).
§Long term strategic vision for a multimodal, integrated
and connected transportation network system.
§A concept which imagines mobility as a commodity and a service.
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§Conceptual Notions of MOD:
§Promotes choice in personal mobility
§Promotes Intelligent Transportation Systems
§Advances connected vehicles
§Advances vehicle automation
§Leverages emerging technologies
§Leverages data exchange
§Encourages multimodal connectivity
§Encourages system interoperability
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A New Transit Intermodal Mobility Concept
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Purpose of Slide: Explain how connected vehicles work.
Transition: The connected vehicle concept is illustrated here.
Key Messages: Real-time data is transmitted through multiple sources and alerts drivers to avoid crashes or back-ups. Infrastructure data includes signal phase and timing, speed warnings (drive 35 mph), and the number of available parking spaces.
 
Vehicles equipped with dedicated short-range communications (DSRC) will broadcast information such as their location, speeds, and direction of travel. In the future, it may be possible to share additional data such as crash notifications and location, pavement condition, or slippery road surfaces.
 
The full set of vehicle data available through the basic safety message includes brake status, turn signal status, vehicle length, vehicle width, and bumper height, as well as time, heading angle, lateral acceleration, longitudinal acceleration, yaw rate, throttle position, steering angle, headlight status, wiper status, external temperature, and vehicle mass.
 
What this picture does not show is data being transmitted to the traveler via cellular technology. The connected vehicle concept encompasses connectivity between vehicles, the infrastructure, and the traveler.
Interactivity: Discussion questions to engage the students.
In the future cars, trucks, buses, the roadside, and our smartphones will talk to each other. They will share valuable safety, mobility, and environmental information over a wireless communications network that is already connecting and transforming our transportation system as we know it. Such a system of "connected vehicles", mobile devices, and roads will provide a wealth of transportation data, from which innovative and transformative applications will be built. These apps will make travel not only safer, but smarter and greener. The possibilities are boundless.
A smart/connected city is a system of interconnected systems, including employment, health care, retail/entertainment, public services, residences, energy distribution, and transportation. The system of systems is tied together by information and communications technologies (ICT) that transmit and process data about all sorts of activities within the city.
Connected Cities enable data to be exchanged using features such as intelligent infrastructure – the integration of sensors, networked communications, and computing hardware and software into physical infrastructure.
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The vision of Integrated Corridor Management (ICM) is that transportation networks will realize significant improvements in the efficient movement of people and goods through institutional collaboration and aggressive, proactive integration of existing infrastructure along major corridors.
Through an ICM approach, transportation professionals manage the corridor as a multimodal system and make operational decisions for the benefit of the corridor as a whole
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