State Departments of Transportation (DOTs) and other government agencies recognize the value of connected vehicle (CV) technologies in helping achieve the strategic objectives of saving lives and relieving congestion. Several agencies are currently planning and preparing for a future where CV technologies could become a part of their routine business operations. A core consideration in any such planning effort is an assessment of the need for and the nature of public CV infrastructure investments to support applications based on CV technologies.
The TRB National Cooperative Highway Research Program's NCHRP Web-Only Document 289: Business Models to Facilitate Deployment of Connected Vehicle Infrastructure to Support Automated Vehicle Operations presents methods to identify the most plausible CV infrastructure investments, shows how to build effective business case arguments, and details specific business model options during project procurement and delivery.
Table of Contents
|Guidance to Develop Business Cases and Explore Business Model Options for Connected Vehicle Infrastructure to Support Automated Vehicle Operations||5-5|
|Table of Contents||6-12|
|2 Selecting Candidates for CV Infrastructure Investment Business Case Analyses||18-43|
|3 Business Case Methodologies||44-65|
|4 Implementation Planning for CV Infrastructure Projects||66-72|
|6 References and Bibliography||75-79|
|Appendix A: CV Infrastructure Cost Components Based on Expert Judgment||80-81|
|Appendix B: Benefit-Cost Analysis Tool||82-98|
|Appendix C: CV Infrastructure Component Units Costs||99-100|
|Business Models to Facilitate Deployment of Connected Vehicle Infrastructure to Support Automated Vehicle Operations||101-101|
|Table of Contents||102-109|
|Chapter 1: Introduction and Background||116-132|
|Chapter 2: Issues Influencing Public Agency Investment in Connected Vehicle Infrastructure||133-165|
|Chapter 3: Connected Vehicle Investment Decision Process and Options||166-177|
|Chapter 4: Methods and Data to Develop, Evaluate, and Present the Business Case||178-205|
|Chapter 5: Implementation Planning for Connected Vehicle Infrastructure Projects||206-216|
|Chapter 6: Conclusions and Suggested Research||217-220|
|References and Bibliography||224-230|
|Appendix A. Connected Vehicle Deployments as of 2019||231-235|
|Appendix B: Connected Vehicle Infrastructure Cost Data Collected from Current Deployments||236-242|
|Appendix C: Connected Vehicle Infrastructure Component Cost Shares from Select Pilots and Projects||243-247|
|Appendix D: Benefit-Cost Analysis Tool||248-268|
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