​ Connected Vehicles
 
AASHTO Working Group meeting December 3, 2014, Beckmann Center, California

USDOT Connected Vehicle Pilots Deployment Project
The U.S. DOT (DOT) connected vehicle research program is a multimodal initiative that aims to enable safe, interoperable networked wireless communications among vehicles, infrastructure, and personal communications devices. Research has resulted in a considerable body of work supporting pilot deployments, including concepts of operations and prototyping for more than two dozen applications. Concurrent Federal research efforts developed critical cross-cutting technologies and other enabling capabilities required to integrate and deploy applications. Based on the successful results of the connected vehicle research program, and the recent decision by NHTSA to pursue vehicle to vehicle communications safety technology for light vehicles, a robust connected vehicle pilots program is envisioned as a mechanism to spur the implementation of connected vehicle technology. Learn more about this pilots program at http://www.its.dot.gov/pilots/. ​

Final Report from 2014 ITS World Congress​​
This guidance is intended to assist FHWA staff and transportation system owner/operations deploy vehicle to infrastructure (V2I) technology, not only in terms of the Federal-aid Highway program requirements, but also practices to help endure interoperability and efficient and effective planning/procurement/operations. It is not intended to be an introduction to the connected vehicle (CV) technology; however, there are several quick reference web links to videos, slide presentations, and information modules related to the fundamental principles of connected vehicle technology in the appendix.

Presentations from 11th AASHTO International Day

National Connected Vehicle Field Infrastructure Footprint Analysis


IntelliDrive Strategic Plan

The IntelliDrive Strategic Plan is an AASHTO document d​escribing future directions for AASHTO in the Connected Vehicle Program from 2009 forward, which still has relevance today.  The AASHTO General Concept for Deployment​ is a description of future work suggested to be done by AASHTO to advance the connected vehicle program, also still relevant today


A recent webinar recording by FHWA is available at the following link:

Connected Vehicles FHWA Webinar


PRESENTATIONS FROM THE 2013 ITSW IN TOKYO