Florida Connected and Autonomous Vehicles(CAV) Business Plan 2019

FDOT

Overview

The Connected and Automated Vehicles (CAV) Program at the Florida Department of Transportation (FDOT) is gaining significant momentum. FDOT’s Central and District Offices, planning and implementation stakeholders, industry entities, and university partners are aggressively supporting the deployment of the CAV Program to achieve near-term and sustainable safety, mobility, and economic development (SME) benefits. FDOT has started planning, designing, and deploying several CAV pilot projects. FDOT has also started to engage with private-sector companies that are developing, testing, and implementing CAV technologies and applications. FDOT’s Transportation Systems Management and Operations (TSM&O) Program and the Statewide Arterial Management Program (STAMP) are key to the Department’s CAV Program. This CAV Business Plan identifies and captures the results of FDOT’s coordination through internal and external meetings and workshops. These meetings and workshops assist in acknowledging the unknowns and help in developing an institutionalized framework and timeframes to aggressively move the CAV Program from research and pilot projects into statewide deployment using expedited planning and outcome-centric SME goals. This CAV Business Plan also outlines preparation efforts for Florida’s infrastructure while drawing upon lessons learned from prior FDOT projects. This document is not intended to be a strategic plan, but builds on similar FDOT programs and plans, including but not limited to the: Florida Transportation Plan (FTP), TSM&O Strategic Plan, STAMP Action Plan, Transportation Technology Strategic Plan, Strategic Highway Safety Plan (SHSP), Strategic Intermodal System (SIS) Policy Plan, Florida’s Aging Road Users Strategic Safety Plan (Safe Mobility for Life Coalition), and Traffic Incident Management (TIM) Plan

Source Organization Location

FL


Organizational Capability Element

  • Vehicle Systems/Connected Vehicles

Content Type

  • Case Studies & Lessons Learned

Role in Organization

  • Associate Engineer
  • CEO / GM / Commissioner
  • Engineer
  • Principal Engineer
  • Researcher/Academic
  • Senior Engineer

Publishing Organization

  • State DOTs

Objective

  • Learning
  • Networking

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Issue Date
January 1st, 2019
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