Webinar #3: SPaT Challenge Design Considerations (Part 2)

AASHTO, ITE, and ITS America SPaT Challenge

Start Date: April 17, 2018 at 2:00 pm EDT | End: April 17, 2018 at 3:30 pm EDT


This webinar will present an overview of MAP messages, examples of MAP message creation approaches, as well as an overview of vehicle position correction (needs and solutions).

The American Association of State Highway Transportation Officials (AASHTO), the Institute of Traffic Engineers (ITE), and ITS America (ITSA) working together through the Vehicle to Infrastructure Deployment Coalition (V2I DC) have challenged state and local public sector transportation infrastructure owners and operators (IOOs) to work together to achieve deployment of roadside Dedicated Short Range Communications (DSRC) 5.9 GHz broadcast radio infrastructure to broadcast signal phase and timing (SPaT) in real-time at signalized intersections on at least one road corridor or street network (approximately 20 signalized intersections) in each of the 50 states by January 2020. This is commonly called the SPaT Challenge.

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Learning Objectives:

Participants will have an understanding of the SPaT Challenge and resources that have been developed and are available to support an agency interested in planning a deployment, as well as preliminary information to plan for costs, procurements, and selecting a corridor for SPaT broadcasts.

Target Audience:

State and local transportation agency engineering and technical staff interested in deploying SPaT broadcasts; private contractors and consultants that support state and local transportation agencies; private-sector vendors and manufacturers of connected vehicle equipment related to DSRC, roadside equipment, and signal controllers.

Event Type: Webinar

Organizational Capability Element: Procurement, Vehicle Systems/Connected Vehicles, Technical Understanding

Operations Area of Practice: Connected Vehicles, Standards and Specifications, Vendor Access and Product Information, Equipment Management