Explore How the Connected Vehicle Pilot Deployment Sites Are Transforming Transportation

The U.S. Department of Transportation (USDOT) connected vehicle pilot locations—New York City; Wyoming; and Tampa, Florida—have launched new websites and videos dedicated to their connected vehicle deployments.

These three locations are leading the charge to deploy advanced wireless communications technology in their vehicles and on their roads in regions throughout the nation. The web sites provide information on each area’s unique transportation challenges, plans for connected vehicle deployment, deployment partnerships, promotional materials, and more.

To help the public visualize their research and to recruit participants, each of the pilot sites has also unveiled new videos showcasing their deployments. Wyoming and Tampa have each produced one video profiling their work, and New York City has produced three videos (links provided below). The videos, available on YouTube, provide a closer glimpse of how the pilots are using the life-saving communications technology to improve the safety, mobility, and environmental sustainability of their roads.

To learn more about the Tampa Hillsborough Expressway Authority (THEA) pilot site, visit: https://www.tampacvpilot.com/.

To learn more about the Wyoming Department of Transportation pilot site, visit: https://wydotcvp.wyoroad.info/.

To learn more about the New York City Department of Transportation pilot site, visit: https://www.cvp.nyc/.

For more information about the USDOT Connected Vehicle Pilot Deployment Program, please visit: https://www.its.dot.gov/pilots/.

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