Connected Vehicle Policy Workshop

The purpose of this meeting is to seek stakeholder input for the Federal Highway Administration (FHWA) to develop Connected Vehicle guidance. The U.S. Department of Transportation would like input from transportation infrastructure owner/operators on their needs for guidelines, tools, resources, and policies that will support the successful implementation and operations of connected vehicle technologies. The primary target audience for this meeting is State and local Departments of Transportation, transit operators, other operating agencies, and infrastructure owners who are starting to plan for the deployment and use of connected vehicle technologies in their area. While this meeting is specifically focused for an audience that has been following connected vehicle research and has been formulating plans for implementation, it is open to other stakeholders in the connected vehicle community, including national associations and the general public.

Attendees will be asked to discuss their needs for guidelines, tools, and resources to best support their decisions and deployments. Attendees will also be asked to identify anticipated institutional challenges. The results of this meeting will be used as input for FHWA’s development of Connected Vehicle guidance that is expected in 2015 and will also inform the Federal Transit Administration.

The meeting will be held on Thursday, January 16, 2014, from 1:00 PM (ET) to 4:00 PM (ET) in the Hampton Room at the Omni Shoreham Hotel, 2500 Calvert Street, NW in Washington, DC. Remote participation will be available via webinar.

For more information, please contact Robert Arnold, Federal Highway Administration, Director Office of Transportation Management by email at or by telephone at 202-366-1285.

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