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February 1, 2018

U.S. Department of Transportation

ITS Deployment Tracking: 2016 Survey Findings on Current Levels and Trends

Feb. 20, 1:00-2:00 PM ET–This webinar is the first in the "What's New in ITS Deployment" webinar series. It will present key findings on a new set of connected vehicle questions included in the 2016 ITS Deployment Tracking Survey and seek participant feedback on the types of advanced technologies and deployment information that future deployment tracking surveys should collect.


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More FREE ITS Training Opportunities


Upcoming T3e Webinar:

Are Autonomous Vehicles Safe? Understanding What’s Already Here and What Needs to Happen

Feb. 6, 12:30-1:30 PM ET–This webinar will cover recently-concluded and ongoing student-conducted projects related to safety and regulatory concerns for the expanding market of autonomous vehicles. The work presented has been conducted within the past year at San José State University's RiSA2S Research Center, led by Assistant Professor Dr. Francesca Favaro. 



From the Archive: Data and Connected Vehicle Support of Active Traffic Management Strategies (10/31/16)

This T3e webinar featured presentations from four Florida International University students on their current ITS research, under a unifying theme of data and connected vehicle support of active traffic management strategies.


Reminder: Transportation Technology Tournament Deadline Approaching

Feb. 15–The deadline to submit an application to participate in the student Transportation Technology Tournament is February 15, 2018. New problem statements have been added that address topics such as urban arterial metering, system management of pedestrian signal timings, and reversible and restricted lane operations on arterial streets. Finalists will present at the 2018 ITE Annual Meeting in Minneapolis, MN, in August.



ITS Awareness Web-based Training from the National Highway Institute

This free course provides public and private sector practitioners with an introduction to current ITS by presenting an overview of the broader context in which individual ITS applications and service packages are developed, deployed, and operated.