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Internal ODOT survey on attitudes and readiness for connected and autonomous vehicles as part of preparing a possible Oregon road map for connected vehicle/cooperative systems deployment scenarios : task 1 report : SPR 764.
  • Published Date:
    2016-04-01
  • Language:
    English
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  • Publication/ Report Number:
    FHWA-OR-RD-16-12
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  • Edition:
    Task 1 report
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  • Abstract:
    The goal of this project was to lay the groundwork for Oregon to be prepared to lead in the

    implementation of a connected vehicle/cooperative systems transportation portfolio, and/or to avoid being caught

    by surprise as developments in this area evolve quickly. The project assessed ODOT’s internal mechanisms for

    addressing connected vehicle/cooperative systems, scanned, reviewed and assessed the technical maturity of

    potential connected vehicle/cooperative system applications, developed preliminary goals, linked to prospective

    connected vehicle/cooperative systems applications, and refined/ranked/prioritized those that fit with potential

    ODOT role in advancing/leading these initiatives. The project identified opportunities for linking ODOT’s

    current programs with national and international connected vehicle/cooperative system research, testing and

    deployment initiatives, and recommended a final shared vision and “road map” for Oregon's priority connected

    vehicle/cooperative system applications. This volume summarizes the results of a detailed internal-only

    assessment and inventory of current technical and “cultural” status of ODOT activities and gain sense of interest

    and readiness for potential alignment with potential applications and the future of connected and automated

    vehicles. A survey was distributed to agency staff in order to gauge perception of connected and automated

    vehicle technology. The empirical results of the survey are described in detail. In general, most respondents had

    heard of these technologies and were in favor of their application. However, many had concerns about cyber

    security and system failure having catastrophic consequences. Likewise, many voiced concerns about ODOT’s

    preparedness for connected or automated vehicles. ODOT and other agencies can use these findings to help

    prepare for a better future of connected and automated vehicles.

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