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Title: USDOT ITS Strategic Planning Valerie Briggs ITS Joint Program Office June 15, 2009


1
USDOT ITS Strategic PlanningValerie BriggsITS
Joint Program OfficeJune 15, 2009
2
Background
  • ITS Program was started by Congress in 1991
  • 3.3B allocated to date
  • 1.8B for research
  • 1.5B for deployment (earmarks)
  • ITS Program Headlines
  • Field operational tests
  • Deployment
  • Integration

3
The ITS Program Past, Present and Future
The Universe of ITS
Major ITS Initiatives
Traditional ITS Technologies
4
Background
  • Major research initiatives
  • Integrated Corridor Management (ICM)
  • Vehicle Infrastructure Integration (VII)
  • Cooperative Intersection Collision Avoidance
    Systems (CICAS)
  • Next Generation 911 (NG911)
  • Emergency Transportation Operations (ETO)
  • Mobility Services for All Americans (MSAA)
  • Clarus
  • Integrated Vehicle Based Safety Systems (IVBSS)
  • Electronic Freight Management (EFM)
  • Congestion Initiative
  • Rural Safety Initiative

5
Background
  • Major research initiatives
  • ICM Funding continues in FY 10
  • VII (IntelliDrive) - Funding continues in FY 10
  • CICAS (IntelliDrive) - Funding continues in FY 10
  • NG911 Funding complete
  • ETO Funding complete
  • MSAA Funding complete
  • Clarus Funding set aside
  • IVBSS Funding complete
  • EFM Funding complete
  • Congestion Initiative Funding complete
  • Rural Safety Initiative Funding complete

6
Background
  • Its time to plan for the next generation of ITS
    research
  • What are the major opportunities in technology
  • Wheres the next leap forward
  • Whats the Federal role
  • Whats the best use of resources
  • How do we move to the next generation of ITS
    while supporting what we have today

7
Next Generation ITS Research
  • Some things we heard
  • Focus the program
  • Have an overarching direction
  • Be vocal
  • Put forward a vision
  • Engage the community
  • Technology is out pacing government research
  • Change the game to leverage private sector
    innovation

8
Next Generation ITS Research
  • Noteworthy Trends Transportation
  • Stagnant safety statistics
  • Growing congestion
  • Growing environmental awareness
  • Emphasis on performance measurement management
  • Troubled transportation financing
  • Road pricing and financing alternatives
  • Growing acceptance of the role of public agencies
    in transportation performance
  • Growing interest in transit
  • Transportation impacts lives its no longer
    transparent

9
Next Generation ITS Research
  • A Performance Revolution is Coming!
  • Multi-modal solutions
  • Focus on moving people not cars
  • Integrated network performance
  • Allocating transportation via price signals

Go California- Caltrans
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Next Generation ITS Research
  • Noteworthy Trends Technology
  • Wireless technology boom
  • Strong consumer market
  • Fast pace of innovation
  • Expectation for information
  • Ubiquitous connectivity
  • Person-to-person networking

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Next Generation ITS Research
  • A Data Revolution is Coming!

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Next Generation ITS Research
  • Connectivity
  • Safety technologies in vehicles
  • Multi-modal solutions
  • Seamless Service for
  • Transportation management
  • Travel information
  • Pricing
  • Environmental information

13
ITS JPO Strategic Plan Goals and Objectives
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Next Generation of ITS Research
  • Vision A national, multi-modal surface
    transportation system that features a connected
    transportation environment among vehicles, the
    infrastructure, and portable devices to serve the
    public good by leveraging technology to maximize
    safety, mobility and environmental performance
  • Vision pertains to next generation research
    program
  • All other facets of ITS are still relevant
  • This is the research work that will carry us into
    the wireless world to serve the collective public
    good

15
Connectivity is manifested in IntelliDriveSM
  • IntelliDriveSM is a suite of technologies and
    applications that use wireless communications to
    provide connectivity
  • With and between vehicles
  • Between vehicles and roadway infrastructure
  • Between vehicles, infrastructure and wireless
    consumer devices
  • IntelliDriveSM embodies connectivity

16
ITS JPO Strategic Plan Goals and Objectives
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Parameters for Future Research
  • Consistent with US DOT Goals, ITS Program Vision
  • Few, focused, high value, bold
  • Potential for significant impact at a national
    scale
  • Generally address research or deployment issues
    that support multi-modal vision
  • Address a clear research question that would not
    otherwise be filled due to
  • Too big or too risky for any one entity alone
  • Too many players and no clear ownership
  • Expected to offer a positive, measurable return
    on investment
  • Offer a justifiable or clear Federal role
  • Appear to be implementable, technically feasible,
    and have a clear champion, with supportive
    partners
  • Will be a market catalyst

18
Goal 1. Transformative safety through vehicle and
infrastructure connectivity
  • Enable active and passive safety applications
    (i.e., applications designed to assist vehicle
    operators in avoiding imminent crashes and which
    require low latency communications).
  • Improve safety by providing in-vehicle advisories
    which do not require low latency communications.
  • Perform testing necessary to support regulatory
    and advisory activities, evaluations of system
    performance effectiveness, and the development
    and validation of standards.
  • Provide a foundation for technologies to enable
    partial or full vehicle control.
  • Enable vehicle-based applications such that they
    achieve program objectives without negatively
    impacting driver focus.
  • Harmonize standards and architecture
    internationally around the vehicle platform.

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Goal 2. Capture complete, real-time information
on all roads and all modes to support
transformational system performance
  • Capture real-time data from connected vehicles,
    mobile devices and infrastructure.
  • Capture real-time system cost information across
    all modes.
  • Develop a technology framework that enables the
    integration of real-time data from all sources
    for use in transportation management and
    performance measurement.

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Goal 3. Achieve transformational transportation
management and system performance through
applications of vehicle and infrastructure
connectivity
  • Create applications and strategies for the use of
    real-time mobility and cost data for use by
    transportation managers to ensure the safe,
    efficient, and secure movement of people and
    goods.
  • Utilize real-time mobility and cost data for
    dynamic decision-making by transportation users.

21
Goal 4. Realize next generation electronic
payment systems that support transformational
system performance
  • Create interoperability of electronic payment
    systems across modes (parking, transit, pricing,
    tolls, etc.).
  • Define technology framework to support emerging
    state and national policy for transportation
    financing.

22
Goal 5. Enable environmental management through
vehicle and infrastructure connectivity
  • Capture real-time environmental data from
    vehicles.
  • Integrate real-time environmental data from all
    sources for use in transportation management and
    performance improvement.
  • Create applications that use real-time data on
    environmental impact for use by transportation
    managers.
  • Create information from real-time data on
    environmental impact for use in traveler
    information.

23
Goal 6. Establish an institutional foundation for
deployment of safety, mobility, and environmental
applications based on vehicle and infrastructure
connectivity
  • Identify and research solutions to address
    institutional foundations, governance, privacy
    issues, potential regulations, and policies, both
    nationally and internationally, to implement
    transportation technologies.
  • Address social equity in all goal areas to ensure
    that all users benefit from transportation
    solutions.

24
Major Milestones in the Development of the ITS
Strategic Plan
  • April 20 Request for Information posted
  • May 20 Request for Information closes
  • June 4 Stakeholder Workshop
  • June-July Completion of program proposal
    drafts internal briefings and evaluation
  • July Comparison of proposed programs and budget
  • August Presentation of proposals to the ITS
    Management Council (DOT Modal Administrators)
  • September Development of FY 2010 budget and
    development of ITS Strategic Plan
  • October 1 Launch of new research initiatives

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