Automated VehiclesITS America members work together to address issues of automated technologies, including vehicles, self-driving trucks, automated transit, workforce impacts and mitigation strategies, and land use and transportation system integration.
ITS America’s Standing Advisory Committee on Automated Vehicles
The Automated Vehicle Standing Committee advocates for policies and regulatory frameworks to facilitate the safe testing, deployment, and integration of highly automated vehicles into the surface transportation system. Members work together to address highly automated vehicle policies and programmatic efforts covering highly automated vehicles, self-driving trucks, automated transit, workforce impacts and mitigation strategies, and land use and transportation system integration.
Chair: Greg Winfree, Texas A&M Transportation Institute
Vice Chair: Christina Aizcorbe, Velodyne Lidar
Principles & Policies
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Digital Infrastructure: Technology as a Force Multiplier for A Safer, Greener, Smarter, More Equitable Future
With advances and rapid deployments in automation, connected technologies, mobility on demand, and sustainable and resilient technologies, a future of transportation – the digital infrastructure age – uses technology and innovation to…
Policies, Principles, and Primers
ITS America Equity, Climate, Safety, and Infrastructure Principles for Automated and Autonomous Mobility
ITS America’s Automated Vehicle Standing Advisory Committee established task forces on equity, climate, safety, and infrastructure to develop a set of principles to ensure AV benefits are broadly realized. The resulting principles are intended to inform federal programs, regulations, and recommend best practices that can be implemented today and in the future.
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Statement of ITS America President & CEO Laura Chace On Latest NHTSA Fatality Estimates
“The estimates NHTSA released today are tragic – again. In the first quarter of this year, 9,560 people didn’t return to their families. We continue to set the wrong kinds of records, and that won’t change until we adapt our approach…
ITS America Releases Principles for Inclusive Future Mobility
WASHINGTON – The Intelligent Transportation Society of America (ITS America) today released principles to guide transportation stakeholders, communities, and policy makers on how best to develop policy and programs that direct investment…
Statement of Its America President & CEO Laura Chace On NHTSA Initial Data on Safety Performance of Advanced Vehicle Technologies
“ITS America applauds the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA) for collecting information on automated technologies – automated driver-assist technologies that help drivers make decisions, and automated driving system…