V2X/Connected TransportationV2X technologies enable connected vehicle applications that will save lives and provide an enhanced safety layer for automated driving system applications.
Summary of Senate Commerce, Science, and Transportation Surface Transportation Investment Act
ITS America Letter for the Record to Senate Commerce, Science, and Transportation Committee Highlighting V2X Truck Safety Benefits
2021 ITS America Technology Blueprint
ITS America’s Standing Advisory Committee on V2X/Connected Transportation
TThe Vehicle-to-Everything (V2X) and Connected Transportation Standing Committee identifies the legislative and regulatory barriers and opportunities to safely advance V2X technologies and connected transportation; develops and advocates for related legislative and regulatory policies; monitors national trends and related research; promotes the development of technologies, best practices, and private and public sector partnerships; and serves as a forum to disseminate and exchange related information and best practices. It addresses topic areas such as the development and deployment of connected, V2V, V2I, and V2P technologies and innovations; spectrum allocation and use; standards development; interoperability among technologies and infrastructure; cybersecurity; V2X application priority; and the future of V2X and connected technologies.
Chair: Chris Armstrong, Panasonic
Vice Chair: Kelly Bartlett, Michigan DOT
ITS America National V2X Deployment PlanThis proposed National V2X Deployment Plan is a call to action for state and local transportation agencies, automotive OEMs, the federal government, and other stakeholders to move beyond years of inaction and install V2X systems for public safety – beginning with signalized intersections, other road users, and selected production vehicles.
This proposed National V2X Deployment Plan is a call to action for state and local transportation agencies, automotive OEMs, the federal government, and other stakeholders to move beyond years of inaction and install V2X systems for public safety – beginning with signalized intersections, other road users, and selected production vehicles.
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.
Policies, Principles, and Primers
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.