Connected Vehicle Application Roadmap for Oregon as Part of Preparing a Possible Oregon Road Map for Connected Vehicle/Cooperative Systems Deployment Scenarios

The goal of this project was to lay the groundwork for Oregon to be prepared to lead in the implementation of a connected vehicle/cooperative systems transportation portfolio, and/or to avoid being caught by surprise as developments in this area evolve quickly. The project assessed Oregon Department of Transportation's (ODOT’s) internal mechanisms for addressing connected vehicle/cooperative systems, scanned, reviewed and assessed the technical maturity of potential connected vehicle/cooperative system applications, developed preliminary goals, linked to prospective connected vehicle/cooperative systems applications, and refined/ranked/prioritized those that fit with potential ODOT role in advancing/leading these initiatives. The project identified opportunities for linking ODOT’s current programs with national and international connected vehicle/cooperative system research, testing and deployment initiatives, and recommended a final shared vision and “road map” for Oregon's priority connected vehicle/cooperative system applications. This volume contains the connected vehicle roadmap for Oregon. Included is a review of the American Association of State Highway and Transportation Officials (AASHTO) connected/automated vehicle research roadmap, and additional context through an update on recent federal transportation initiatives related to connected and automated vehicles. Also included is a review of the ongoing vehicle to infrastructure (V2I) deployment coalition. Other state DOT actions are also summarized; including the AASHTO pooled fund study and work being done in California, Michigan, Texas and Virginia. A spatial analysis of ODOT roadside devices for potential V2I adaptation is also included. The connected vehicle roadmap contains 94 recommended actions under a total of 12 categories: DSRC and Backhaul Communications, Education and Outreach, Policy and Communications/Collaboration, Benefits/Business Case, Data Management and Strategies, Applications, Try Things, Research Questions/Challenges, Planning and Equity, Multimodal, Design and Construction, Operations and Maintenance. Each recommended action is ranked according to its priority, timing and cost.

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    California Polytechnic State University, San Luis Obispo

    Department of Civil and Environmental Engineering, 1 Grand Avenue
    San Luis Obispo, CA  United States  93407

    Oregon State University, Corvallis

    School of Civil and Construction Engineering, 101 Kearney Hall
    Corvallis, OR  United States  97331-2302

    Oregon Department of Transportation

    Research Section
    555 13th Street NE
    Salem, OR  United States  97301

    Federal Highway Administration

    400 Seventh Street, SW
    Washington, DC  United States  20590-0003
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  • Publication Date: 2016-5


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  • Media Type: Digital/other
  • Edition: Task 5 Report
  • Features: Figures; Maps; References; Tables;
  • Pagination: 139p

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Filing Info

  • Accession Number: 01599285
  • Record Type: Publication
  • Report/Paper Numbers: FHWA-OR-RD-16-12
  • Contract Numbers: SPR 764
  • Created Date: May 6 2016 12:56PM