V2X/Connected TransportationWe are on the cusp of finally reducing the number of lives lost on our nation’s roads. ITS America supports preserving the 5.9 GHz band for V2X safety critical communications.
Preserving the 5.9 GHz spectrum for V2X communications can help address the scourge of lives lost and ruined on U.S. roads.
Fact Sheet "Saving Lives: Preserving the Safety Spectrum" Fact Sheet
ITS America's Platform and Recommendations for FAST Act Reauthorization: Moving People, Data, and Freight; Safer, Greener, Smarter
Fact Sheet ITS America's Platform and Recommendations for FAST Act Reauthorization: Moving People, Data, and Freight; Safer, Greener, Smarter
Autonomous Vehicle Design Should Benefit Broader Group of Potential Drivers
Fact Sheet Driverless Cars and Accessibility: Designing the Future of Transportation for People with Disabilities
ITS America President & CEO Shailen Bhatt on DeFazio Letter to FCC Supporting 5.9 GHz Band
ITS America appreciates House Committee on Transportation and Infrastructure Chair DeFazio’s prioritization of public safety and applauds his continued support for V2X technologies and their safe operation in the 5.9 GHz band.
ITSA Joins with Mayors and Environmental Groups Urging Congress to Support EV Charging on Federal-aid Highways
President Biden has called on auto manufacturers to make the transition to electric vehicles so that 50% of the market is electric by 2030, and has also put forth a plan for historical investments in EV charging stations.
ITS America Equity Policy
Today’s transportation systems suffer from historic and ongoing inequities embedded in infrastructure, access, and cost. As we explore and fulfill the promise of new technologies, we must embrace and support the paradigm shift occurring in our nation, learn from the lessons of the past, and incorporate transportation equity principles into policy, research, and implementation strategies. This must include explicit consideration of technology’s effects on those least prepared to use it or who face particular barriers to adoption to ensure their safety, access, and mobility are not compromised.
ITS America Intelligent Transportation Systems Deployment Program Policy
Providing national, state, and local broadband infrastructure that supports the implementation of intelligent transportation systems, including connected and automated vehicles (CAV) and cooperative automated transportation (CAT), to improve the safety, mobility, equity, and operational efficiency of our surface transportation system is critical to meet the demands of rural, urban and underserved communities.
Summary of Senate Commerce, Science, and Transportation Surface Transportation Investment Act
The STIA includes many ITS America priorities. It provides $10 billion in grants over five years for projects of national significance by establishing the National Infrastructure Project Assistance Program. In selecting project grants, the Department of Transportation will take into consideration technologies that will allow for future connectivity and automation.
Reimagining America’s Transportation System and Outcomes through Automated Vehicle Technology
In this webinar, you will learn the ways that states, cities, AV developers, and infrastructure leaders are incorporating many of these policies and more into regulation, vehicle design, deployment, and infrastructure.
MobilityXX Presents: From Data to Action: Moving Forward on How Women Travel
Join ITS America for a discussion with Seleta Reynolds, General Manager of the City of Los Angeles Department of Transportation (LADOT), and Stephanie Wiggins, Chief Executive Officer of LA Metro, on their vision for gender-equitable mobility and putting recent research into practice. From transit service to transportation technology, this session will highlight the role of agencies in driving change, the importance of collaboration and how removing barriers to travel can result in equitable systems for all.