Determining the Impact of Connected and Automated Vehicle Technology on State DOT Maintenance Programs (NCHRP Research Report 1084)

Connected and Autonomous Vehicle Technology: Determining the Impact on State DOT Maintenance Programs (NCHRP Research Report 1084)

The operation of connected and autonomous vehicle (CAV) technology is expected to impact various components such as traffic control devices, markings, signals, guardrails, computing systems, and communication infrastructure, both on a permanent and temporary basis. It is crucial for state transportation departments to pinpoint deficiencies in understanding and expertise, and to ready themselves for the hurdles of deploying CAV technologies while ensuring that the current road network continues to function at a satisfactory service level.

Infrastructure Assets: Highway Assets
Capabilities: Data & Information Systems, Tools & Technology


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Report Number:
NCHRP 1084

Project Number:
NCHRP 14-42

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