Smart InfrastructureITS America advocates for federal surface transportation programs that recognize the added value of integrating technology into transportation infrastructure and services, and provides funding for the rapid deployment of intelligent transportation technologies.
Statement of ITS America President and CEO Laura Chace on House Passage of IIJA
2021 ITS America Technology Blueprint
Increasing Worker and Driver Safety Through Access to Work Zone Data
ITS America’s Standing Advisory Committee on Smart Infrastructure
The Smart Infrastructure Standing Committee advocates for automated, connected, shared, electrified transportation and broadband policies and programs that support the rapid deployment of intelligent transportation technologies leading to safer, greener, smarter, and more equitable communities. Recently, the committee led the policymaking process to develop the association’s FAST Act reauthorization platform – Moving People, Data, and Freight – and its COVID-19 response legislation. Committee members work on innovative policies to protect infrastructure and transportation systems from cyber threats; technologies to improve roadway efficiency, reduce accidents, and facilitate the safe introduction of autonomous technologies into the transportation system; and policies that support the electrification of our nation’s roadways, transit, and freight systems. As COVID-19 continues to impact the nation’s transportation system, the committee will continue its advocacy for emergency assistance for the transportation sectors ITS America represents.
Chair: Ted Bailey, Washington State DOT
Vice Chair: Dan Corey, AECOM
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…
National Roadway Safety Strategy – ITS America Response
The U.S. Department of Transportation (USDOT) released its National Roadway Safety Strategy (NRSS) in January 2022, adopting a Safe System Approach and describing major actions USDOT will take to meaningfully improve transportation safety in five key categories – safer people, safer roads, safer vehicles, safer speeds, and post-crash care.
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…