Connected Traffic Control System (CTCS): Research Planning and Concept Development

Project No: 112539

Target Completion Date: November 30, 2019 Safety, Operations, and Traffic Engineering

About the project:

The Connected Vehicle pooled fund study (CV PFS) and FHWA have been collaborating to develop and demonstrate the Multi-Modal Intelligent Traffic Signal Systems (MMITSS) under the Dynamic Mobility Application Program of USDOT. Currently, the MMITSS Phase 3 (Deployment Readiness Enhancement) is under way. As an extension to these MMITSS efforts, CV PFS and USDOT have agreed on pursuing the “Connected Traffic Control System (CTCS): Research Planning and Concept Development” project together to conduct the foundational research for the overall future traffic control systems under the upcoming connected vehicle environment. Similar to the MMITSS Phase 1-3 effort, USDOT will provide CV PFS with funding ($400,000) and the CV PFS team will provide additional matching funds ($100,000). The UVA Center for Transportation Studies will oversee and administer a contract that will develop the CTCS research plan based on stakeholder input and a review of the state of the art.

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Last updated: October 21, 2023

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