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Connected vehicle impacts on transportation planning technical memorandum #6: skills and expertise required to incorporate connected vehicles into transportation planning.
  • Published Date:
    2016-02-08
  • Language:
    English
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    NTL-INTELLIGENT TRANSPORTATION SYSTEMS-INTELLIGENT TRANSPORTATION SYSTEMS
  • Abstract:
    Professional development and training are essential to the incorporation of connected/automated vehicles (C/AV) into the

    transportation planning process. In order to guarantee a successful deployment, transportation planning agencies and their

    stakeholders must understand these technologies well enough to support both planning and operations functions. The objective of

    this task is to assess and describe how professional development and training programs should be designed to impart the required

    knowledge and skills.

    This Technical Memorandum summarizes the results of the work conducted in Skills and Expertise Required to Incorporate

    Connected Vehicles into Transportation Planning, and documents the results of the following four activities:

    1. Benchmark Existing Training Programs—C/AV training programs are defined and categorized including a comprehensive

    table that summarizes available C/AV training such as courses (in person and online), webinars, workshops, presentations, and

    special event training (e.g., “hackathons”). Public and private sector programs are identified along with academic/NGO programs.

    2. Conduct Interviews—Interviews conducted with representatives of the public and private sectors, as well as academic and NGO

    personnel are documented.

    3. Synthesize Interview Findings—Interview findings are synthesized and organized according to the four discussion topics.

    4. Provide Recommendations and Potential Strategy—Recommendations for C/AV training for the planning community are

    summarized, organized by training content, audiences, and delivery approaches, and describes a potential strategic approach to

    developing a training program, along with a range of expected costs, and recommended frequency for delivery.

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