State departments of transportation are among the infrastructure owners and operators that play an essential role in advancing, operating, and maintaining the physical and digital infrastructure necessary to support connected and automated vehicle (CAV) technology. This AASHTO Annual Meeting Special Report, Connecting on CAVs, focuses on AASHTO’s newly released Connected and Automated Vehicle Policy Principles. The set of 10 principles is intended to help advance the development of CAV technology, which promises to improve safety by reducing motor vehicle crashes. The policy principles are intended to be a “living document,” reviewed and updated annually to reflect changes in technology and policy. You can find AASHTO’s CAV policy principles at: cav.transportation.org.
AASHTO Annual Meeting Special Report: Connecting on CAVs
January 19, 2022
Toward Zero Death
Speeches & Keynotes