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PMSS Project Details

 

Project ID:FHWA-PROJ-10-0042
Project Name: Integrated Active Transportation System Operational Vision and Implementation Research Plan
Status: Completed
Contact:
Last Name:Lee
First Name:Kunik
Telephone:202-493-3491
E-mail:kunik.lee@dot.gov
Office: Office of Safety Research and Development
Roadmap/Focus area(s): Safety Planning
Comprehensive Approach to Safety
Safety Data and Analysis
Project Description:Analysis of the likely impact of changes in key factors relating to social, political, economic, legal, and technical issues that may influence or constrain the realization of the Integrated Active Transportation System (IATS) over a timeframe of 30 to 50 years.
Start Date: September 9, 2010
End Date: September 9, 2012
Goals:The key project objective is to develop a research framework, including guidelines to support ongoing research decisionmaking and to facilitate realization of the Integrated Active Transportation System (IATS) concept.
Test Methodology: Workshops
Expected Benefits:The expected benefit is readiness of future transportation.
Deliverables:Name: Reports
Product Type(s): Research report
Description: The products are reports of the development of a detailed working description of the Integrated Active Transportation System (IATS) operational vision based on the description of how the system could address the five types of safety and mobility events: Vehicle-to-Vehicle (V2V), Vehicle to Infrastructure (V2I), Driver to Vehicle (D2V), Driver to Infrastructure (D2I), and emergency response requirements.
Keywords: Research
Safety
Energy Resources
Materials
Highway Traffic Control
Transportation
Human Factors
Subject Areas: Highways
Environment
Energy
Economics
Law
Materials
Operations and Traffic Management
Motor Carriers
Passenger Transportation
Pavements
Policy
Public Transportation
Research
Safety and Human Factors
Society
Transportation (General)
Vehicles and Equipment