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Smart roadside initiative gap analysis : state of the practice.
  • Published Date:
    2014-03-01
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    English
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Smart roadside initiative gap analysis : state of the practice.
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    The Smart Roadside Initiative (SRI) is a United States Department of Transportation (U.S. DOT) initiative that is

    designed to breakdown information silos between Intelligent Transportation Systems (ITS) at the roadside in order to

    improve motor carrier safety and mobility, as well as the operational efficiency of motor carriers and the public-sector

    agencies that regulate them. U.S. DOT has advanced the SRI program through the development of the Smart

    Roadside Concept of Operations (ConOps) and architecture, as well as the development of a Smart Roadside

    prototype system. U.S. DOT commissioned the SRI Gap Analysis project to: document the currently available and

    emerging roadside technologies for commercial vehicle operations (CVO); analyze the functionality being developed as

    part of the Smart Roadside Prototype; and identify gaps where functionality are absent or may be insufficient to support

    the Smart Roadside Initiative (SRI) within the U.S. DOT’s Connected Vehicle Program. In support of this task, the

    researchers documented the technologies associated with three distinct truck-related operational scenarios (mainline

    screening, virtual weigh station, and commercial truck parking systems). Technologies were identified through a

    combination of literature review, vendor interviews, interviews with state officials, and best practice site visits. The team

    then linked the technologies to five core functional elements associated with commercial vehicle operations and

    enforcement and assessed the deployment rates for different technologies by operational scenario and functional

    element. The findings and results of this assessment were used to support subsequent tasks in the study.

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