Jack Hall, ITS and CVAV Program Manager, CCTA

Jack Hall, ITS and CV/AV Program Manager
Contra Costa Transportation Authority
March 31, 2015
CCTA’s CV Vision & Priorities
• Lead the Nation
• Inclusiveness
• Deep and Wide
Partnerships
• Facilitate and Accelerate
CCTA CV Pilot Projects:
Synergistic & Integrated
CCTA CV Pilot Projects
I-80 Next Generation ICM/ATM
Mobility:
• Address Data Gaps
• Application of CV Technologies
• Extensive Instrumentation
• Corridor Management Strategies
• New DSS
Expected Outcomes:
• Reliability of Travel Times
• More Relevant Mode Choices
• Maximize ITS Benefits through CV Apps
• Integrated Multi-Modal Operations and
Management
CCTA CV Pilot Projects
SR-4 Integrated CV and ICM
ICM
Grant
Safety and Mobility:
• Incident Identification and
Response
• CV Apps and Strategies
• ICM to ICM Integration
• Data-Intensive Performance
Monitoring
Expected Outcomes:
• Enhanced Corridor Safety & Mobility
• Integration of CV Apps with ATMS
and DSS
• Data Exchange with Regional ICM’s
CCTA CV Pilot Projects
Connected Transit
Mobility:
• Connection Protection
• Integration of Independent Transit
Services
• Application of CV Technologies
• Data-Intensive Performance Monitoring
Expected Outcomes:
• Operational Enhancements
• Resource Optimization
• Optimized Levels of Service and
Reliability
• Continuous Improvements via Data
Aggregation & Analytics
CCTA CV Pilot Projects
Concord/Walnut Creek ATSS
Safety and Mobility:
• Traffic Signal Coordination
• Refined Level of Signal Management
• Rich Set of V2I Data
• Interagency Coordination
Expected Outcomes:
• More Effective Signal Phasing and Synch.
• Reduced Delays
• Enhanced Safety
• Better System Visibility
CCTA CV Pilot Projects
Bike and Ped Safety Warning
Safety:
• Reducing crashes with vehicles
• Application of CV Technologies for
Safety
• Creating Awareness and Options
Expected Outcomes:
• Safer environment for all Roadway
Users
• Accommodate Increasing Bike Trips
• Networked Bikes and Peds
CCTA CV Pilot Projects
Self-Parking Car
Expected Outcomes:
• Reduced Delays
• Safer Parking Maneuvers
• Driver Convenience
Mobility:
• Urban Parking Challenges
• Reduction in Parking-Induced Delays
• Application and Integration of CV Technologies
CCTA CV Pilot Projects
Next Generation ATIS
Mobility and Safety:
• Driver Distraction
• Application of CV Technologies to
Consolidate Devices and Information
• Most Relevant Traveler Information
Expected Outcomes:
• Highly Predictable Travel Times
• Mode Choice Options &
Recommendations
• Load Balancing the Transportation
Network
• Enhanced Safety
VTA / City of San Jose CV Pilot Project
San Jose TIZ
Mobility:
• Multi-Modal Integration
• Advanced CV Networking and Security
Apps
• Interagency Collaboration and Data
Sharing
• Data-Intensive Performance Monitoring
Expected Outcomes:
• Dynamic Speed Harmonization
• Traffic Signal Timing and Priority
• Queue Warning
• Predictable Traveler Information
Next Steps
• USDOT Collaboration
• Industry Collaboration
• Partnership Ecosystem
• Accelerate CV Public Acceptance and
Commercialization
GoMentum Station
CCTA CV/AV Partnership Benefits
Establish a Sustainable Partnership Model for the Long Term
• Manageable number of partnerships
• Clearly defined objectives and milestones
• Accommodation & alignment of partner priorities
• Accelerate R&D, testing & commercialization
• Identify Economic Incentives for R&D and Jobs
Relocation
GoMentum Station
CCTA CV/AV Partnership Benefits
Establish a Sustainable Partnership Model for the Long Term
• Program Management
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Site Planning, Preparation & Construction
Coordination of Necessary Permits & Approvals
Partner Access Management
Public Outreach and Marketing
Security & Confidentiality
Communications and Data Management/Analytics
Facility Refinements
Operations and Maintenance
All About Execution
Next Steps
• Complete Partner Network
• Finalize Partnerships and Agreements
Next Steps
• USDOT Collaboration
• Industry Collaboration
• Partnership Ecosystem
• Accelerate Path to Success
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