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Connected and Automated Vehicles: Applications and Research

This session presents the results of connected and automated Vehicle deployments, as well as ongoing connected and automated vehicle research.
Learning Objectives
  • Understand the implications of ongoing research on connected and automated vehicles
  • Describe the implications on parking demand and design from transportation network companies and autonomous vehicles
  • Understand how infrastructure changes, including dedicated lanes, will help accelerate deployment and integration of connected and automated vehicles
Mike Bittner, Transportation Engineer, KLJ, West Fargo, ND
  • Update on TRB’s CV/AV Activities
    Ray Derr, Senior Program Officer, Transportation Research Board, Washington, DC
  • Parking in the Age of Transportation Network Companies and Fully Autonomous Vehicles
    Brian McGann, Consultant, Walker Consultants, Minneapolis, MN
  • The Strategy of Implementing AV Lanes in Minnesota a Pilot Test on SB I-35W
    Joe DeVore, Traffic Engineer, KLJ Engineering, St. Paul, MN
  • Infrastructure Solutions for Enabling Connected and Automated Vehicles
    Kris Hansen, Lab Manager, 3M Transportation Safety Division, St. Paul, MN